Case Western Reserve University
- Case Western Reserve University was founded in 1826 in Hudson, Ohio.
- The college, which was the first in northern Ohio, took its name from the surrounding region (known at that time as the Western Reserve of Connecticut).
- As a result of the prosperity of the late 19th century, the city of Cleveland, Ohio, was on the rise and it needed a university.
- With funding from American industrialist Amasa Stone, the college moved in 1882 to "uptown" Cleveland.
- Case Institute of Technology, a school of science and engineering, and Western Reserve University, known for its strong liberal arts and professional programmes, came together in 1967 to form Case Western Reserve University.
- In U.S. News & World Report's 2013 rankings, Case Western Reserve's undergraduate programme ranked 37th among national universities.
10900 Euclid Ave , Cleveland, OH 44106, United States