Ranked as one of the country’s most livable cities, Cleveland, Ohio, is a mid-sized metropolis with a big impact. The city serves as headquarters for many large corporations and is a major banking center, hosting one of 12 Federal Reserve Banks in the United States.

Thriving health care and biotechnology industries position Cleveland as a health care hub. Here, you’ll find dozens of hospitals and medical centers including Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center and the MetroHealth Medical Center, which are internationally recognized for outstanding patient care and contributions to medical research. 

Home to more than 4 million people, Northeast Ohio is known for its low cost of living, lively arts and culture scene, and professional sports teams. Extensive dining options can be found across the city’s unique neighborhoods, lending Cleveland a reputation as a dining destination. 

On the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland’s four-season climate and easy access to the 24,000-acre Metropark system make it the perfect location for those who love the outdoors. More than 60 ethnic groups live in Cleveland, contributing to seasonal festivals with traditions brought to the region from around the world.

University Circle

Case Western Reserve University is located in the heart of University Circle, one of the city’s most energetic and culturally robust communities. Just minutes away from downtown Cleveland, University Circle comprises 550 park-like acres in a vibrant urban environment. Of the 40 cultural, medical, educational, religious, and social service institutions that call University Circle home, Case Western Reserve is the largest. 

Our campus community is within walking distance of outstanding destinations like Severance Hall, home of the world-famous Cleveland Orchestra; the Cleveland Museum of Art, housing one of the nation’s finest collections; the Cleveland Institute of Music; the Cleveland Institute of Art; the Western Reserve Historical Society; the Cleveland Botanical Garden; the Cleveland Museum of Natural History; and many others. 

University Circle attracts visitors from throughout the region and around the world to its concerts, theater performances, athletic events, museums, art shows, public lectures, exhibits, and restaurants. Housing, shopping, and recreational facilities are all located in the area.