Case Western Reserve University is an independent research university located in Cleveland's University Circle, a square mile urban district of cultural, medical, educational, religious, and social service institutions. CWRU holds membership in the Association of American Universities, and is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and by several nationally recognized professional accrediting associations. 聽
- Undergraduate: 5,383
- Graduate and Professional: 6,491
- Total (headcount, all programs): 11,847
- States represented: 50
- Countries represented: 94
- Undergraduate: 1,157
- Masters: 1,682
- Doctorates: 667
- Certificates: 30
- Total: 3,536
- more than 110,000
- Faculty (full-time, fall 2019): 3,695*
- Staff (full-time and part-time, fall 2018): 3,202
*The faculty counts refer to full-time Board-appointed faculty. These appointments may be tenured, in the tenure track, or non-tenure-track (not tenure eligible), and must be approved by the Board of Trustees.
Board-appointed faculty may be paid through the university or an affiliated hospital. 聽Their rights and responsibilities as CWRU faculty are not determined by the source of their pay, but by their appointment. 聽However, those faculty not paid through CWRU are not considered employees. 聽This is an important distinction for the purpose of certain reports on faculty and staff.
- Library holdings: 4 million volumes
- Campus size: 267 acres located in Cleveland's University Circle, and a 400-acre farm located in Hunting Valley, Ohio.
- Operating budget (2019-20): $1.2聽billion
- Endowment funds (market value, June 30, 2019): $1.867 billion
- Gifts and pledges from private sources (2018-19): $182.1 million
- Research revenues (all sources, 2017-18): $408.5聽million
- Full-time undergraduate tuition (2019-20): $50,450
- Institutional type (Carnegie classification): Doctoral University (Highest Research Activity)
- Accredited聽since 1913 by the聽Higher Learning Commission.
- Student Consumer Information聽provided in accordance with the聽Higher Education Opportunity Act
- Fiscal year: July 1 to June 30
- Barbara R. Snyder, President
- Ben Vinson III, Provost and Executive Vice President
- Deans and Administrators