United States, Ohio

With a strong base in Cleaveland, Ohio, the Case Western Reserve University was established from the merging of the Case Institute of Technology and Western Reserve University in 1967. The Case Western Reserve University has 8 schools and 3 academic institutes along with the University Registrar for candidates and international students’ assistance, academic calendar, administrative tasks. Immigration assistance, accommodation support, acknowledgment of socio-economic terms, on-campus assist are some of the many facilities every inter-national enroller gets at CWRU. In the area near University Circle, this educational institute has much to unbox in terms of education, research, and every aspect that a student must hold after graduation. Newly recognized as the ‘Americas’ Hottest City-Cleaveland, student life is great with much to explore in the nearby regions.

Campus Life

Inside the world of Case Western Reserve University, the campus has every segment relevant to the students and academics. The registrar office, student affairs, administrative office, medical health center, strosacker auditorium, Quad-Hub of on-campus activities for students. Almost every building of the university has on-going research to explore and innovate in the segment of interest. However, there’s also the Michelson-Morley fountain to calm and bring peace to minds, and students can relax here after the academic hours. 

Noted Alumni

'The Alumni Association' at the Case Western Reserve University is something that remains a highlight of all times. On a recent basis, the alumni students from CWRU are invited at several on-campus, off-campus functions, workshops, dance sessions, living the nearly gone times again. Some of the noticeable alumni who made their successful career took their detailed studies at CWRU are Donald A. Thomas, Anu Garg, Craig Newmark, and David Satcher.