Overview of Case Western Reserve University
Case Western Reserve University improves and enriches people's lives through research that capitalizes on the power of collaboration, and education that dramatically engages our students.
Case Western Reserve University is known for its world-class research, but with more than 200 student organizations, free access to its high-tech makerspace and other facilities, and a full calendar of intriguing events, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved outside the classroom, too. Located in the heart of Cleveland’s culturally vibrant University Circle—home to the Cleveland Orchestra, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art and much more—there's always something to do.
Learn more about Residence Hall Life and Local Tours and Attractions that students enjoy at Case Western Reserve University.
Local Tours and Attractions
Students attending TESI at CWRU will be able to work and study at times in the Larry Sears and Sally Zlotnick Sears think[box], which is Case Western Reserve’s world-class public-access makerspace. Spanning seven stories and 50,000 square feet, the innovation center is a complete ecosystem for venture creation. The space includes everything from design and ideation resources to prototyping and fabrication equipment, as well as the legal and business expertise needed to launch a startup.