Although lots of people claim that Cleveland, OH is boring, the city is home to Case Western Reserve University, a school that is as far from boring as a person can get. This private, co-educational university has it all leading-edge research, arts, athletics, student organizations, and exciting events. Almost 12,000 students attend CWRU and slightly more than half are graduate students. The student/faculty ratio is 11:1. Founded in 1826, CWRU has a history that includes being the first college to ever exist in northern Ohio.
Advanced, state-of-the-art research is the top priority at Case Western Reserve University. More than 1,400 research projects were funded by $360 million in annual funding. Students can conduct research across 95 undergraduate and 135 graduate programs. The most popular degrees are:Biomedical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Nursing Computer Science Biology
In the nation, Case Western Reserve University is ranked #37, and in Ohio, CWRU is ranked #1, according to U.S. News World Report. CWRU has also developed a strong reputation in several niche categories, including Biomedical Engineering, Health Law, International Law, and Nurse Midwifery. In all these categories, CWRU is rated in the top 15 nationwide by U.S. News World Report.