Collaborative Learning Environment

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When you become a student in CWRU’s Regenerative Medicine & Entrepreneurship program, you become an educational partner in a collaborative learning environment. Our students excel with the support of attentive faculty, and take advantage of a number of resources to further their education. With the opportunity to take part in ground-breaking research, students can learn from each other and experienced professionals. 


Our students receive in-person instruction from our world class faculty and content experts.

Inside the Classroom

Our students receive in-person instruction from our world class faculty and content experts. Students learn from didactic lectures, case studies, student projects, invited guest speakers, and national seminars and conferences. Small class sizes allow personalized attention from program leaders and faculty that are invested in your success. You will also receive a unique and personalized hands-on, laboratory experience during the independent  study phase of your program.


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Outside the Classroom

Located just 5 miles from Downtown Cleveland, CWRU’s home is rich in history and the arts. Located in University Circle, CWRU’s neighborhood is one of the most dynamic, diverse, and culturally rich communities in the world. Ranked as one of the country's most livable cities—and especially a great place for young professionals—Cleveland is a mid-sized city that gets high marks for its thriving health care and biotechnology industries, lively arts and cultural scene, low cost of living, four-seasons climate, and wealth of natural resources. Cleveland is often hailed in the press as a hot new dining city, and it’s long been renowned for its arts scenes in neighborhoods such as Tremont, Ohio City and Collinwood. From African-American theater at Karamu House and indie concerts at the Beachland Ballroom to Friday-night polka-rock in Gordon Square and Saturday-morning shopping at the West Side Market, opportunities abound for a busy life. Plus, you’re also just a short bus ride from Playhouse Square, the country’s largest performing arts center outside of New York City. There’s plenty to explore in Cleveland! Click to explore the land.


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Student Activities

Student Activities creates transformational involvement and leadership opportunities with over 1,400 student organizations, immersive service trips and initiatives to serve locally. Our major campus events, like Welcome Week and Homecoming, are among the most dynamic and exciting aspects of life outside the classroom at CWRU.