Case Western Reserve University Top Questions

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?


How beuatiful the campus is in spring. The apartments and other student benefits that we get are also great.


When I talk to my friends about Case, I tell them about the incredible, hardworking, caring people I go to school with. The students of Case Western Reserve University are spme of the hardest working people I have ever met in my life. These people have challenged me to work even harder than I did in high school, when I didn't think it was possible. The students as well as professors have inspired me to reach for the stars and never place limits on my goals. In one short year, I have learned more than ever in my life.




I am majoring in engineering at Case Western Reserve, so asking me to name what’s best about Case is like asking Tiger Woods to name his favorite sport. My answer is simple: engineering, engineering, engineering! Case hosted the nation’s first computer engineering program, and it remains peerless. We are world leaders in biomedical and materials engineering, and unsurpassed in research and development. In fact, every aspect of Case’s engineering program is world class, and the small class sizes provide many opportunities to work one-on-one with some of the most brilliant engineers of our day.


The national reconginition and commitment to excellance that the school has making it a much more competitive school for job placement and grad school placement than the schools my friends attend.


CWRU is large urban school, which has schools to accomodate the techies, the social scientists, health care professionals, artists, engineers, musicians and teachers. It has a diverse student and faculty population. At present, it ranks 37th in the top 100 schools in the country. CWRU taught me how to study and become a scholar.


When I brag about Case Western to my friends back home, the thing that I say most is how graduating with a degree from Case will put me ahead very far in today's economy. People understand and respect the amount of work Case students put in, and they know it is not easy to come out of Case with a degree. As a result of this, employers will more often side with a Case student than another student who graduated with the same degree, which will put me ahead in a race to find a respectable job.


I work with professors who are leaders in their field, and I like my department(Civil Engineering) and advisor.


I don't generally brag, but if I did it would be about the school's somewhat prestigious and respected reputation.


There are a lot of undergraduate research opportunities offered at this campus. Source is one example of an organization that helps students to find research possibilities. Also, everyone here is very goal-oriented so that helps you to keep on track with your academic progress.


I don't brag. Case Western sucks.


When I brag about my school, it is usually about the extent to which the faculty figuratively anal rape us with homework and tests.


The school has a reputation. Businesses from around the country have heard of my school. Also, the professors really do make themselves available. I feel like they want me to succeed. Finally, while the price is steep, the school does seem to try its best to accommodate me. When I was registering, I felt as if the administration would do whatever it could to help me financially.


Case is the top research university in Ohio and is in the top 50 universities in the country. Case also has quite a few important contributions to science and medicine, resulting in nobel prizes, including the Michaelson-Morley experiment.