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Case Western Reserve University

Breakdown of “Collaboration/Competitive” at CASE/CWRU

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By Gender
MalesB-
FemalesB+
By Major
AccountingB+
Aerospace EngineeringC+
AnthropologyA+
Art & Design DepartmentA-
AstronomyC
BiologyB+
Business - Management and AdministrationB-
Chemical EngineeringB
ChemistryC
Civil EngineeringA
CommunicationsA-
Computer EngineeringF
Computer ScienceB
EconomicsA-
Electrical EngineeringB
Engineering DepartmentB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)B-
Mechanical EngineeringB+
Music - PerformanceA-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceA
NursingB
NutritionA+
OtherB
PhilosophyA
PhysicsB
Political ScienceA-
PreDent and DentistryA
PreMed and MedicalA-
PsychologyC+
SociologyD
UndecidedB-

Against similar schools

Collaboration/Competitive compared with similar schools in class.

Case Western Reserve University
 B
Average of All Schools
 B
Average of schools in class
 B

Harvard University
 B
Cornell University
 B
Stanford University
 B+
Rochester Institute of Technology
 B
Yale University
 B+
Princeton University
 B
University of California - Berkeley
 B
F
A+

Collaboration/Competitive

Case is a great place if take advantage of certain opportunities. If you want a decent social scene, I HIGHLY recommend getting involved in greek life...Read full comment
There was a lot of thought put into this, so it?s going to be relatively long. I?m a mechie, so this review is generally geared towards STEM (science,...Read full comment
Regardless of what many people say, there is a lot to do if you are a student at Case. The University recently collaborated with the Art Museum, the ...Read full comment
Case began as a long shot for me, but as I looked into it more, the only thing holding me back was the social scene. It has fantastic academics, grea...Read full comment
Case is a unique experience- it is far from being nondescript. The campus is unlike any other that I visited, the campus culture is vastly different, ...Read full comment
Going to CWRU has been the biggest waste of time and money imaginable. I came in as a BME major (as do 50% of freshman) and changed to biology the fir...Read full comment
Even though there are many problems with the undergraduate program, it was much worse when I started here in 2000. Every year, the incoming class see...Read full comment
I was also an economics major. The form wouldn't let me fill in multiple majors. Case was a great experience. The professors were almost all in...Read full comment
Case taught me to be proactive, to seek out relationships with professors, and to be diplomatic but persistent. The coursework was challenging, even f...Read full comment
The faculty is great at Case Western. They're always willing to help and they seem to be less egocentric than faculty at other schools. There are not ...Read full comment
Hello everyone that might be interested in this school. Let me give you a little advice. If you want a good education at a fairly decent price, this...Read full comment
Case is a great university for any science major. I am a biomedical engineering major and am enjoying my classes so far. Many people complain about th...Read full comment
The surrounding city around Case is not at all bad. If you look at some of the buildings outside the campus area, you might think the city were a bit ...Read full comment
Don't go to Case if you want "the college experience." Go to Case if you want respect, and an edge when you graduate from Case. The first two years I ...Read full comment
The academics at Case are great and the price is reasonable. I have not had more fun with my classes anywhere else before (mostly, I think, because I...Read full comment
I enjoyed Case Western. I had heard some bad things about Cleveland prior to joining the University, but the city was not as bad as people made it out...Read full comment
College is what you make of it and Case fulfills that stereotype. However, one caveat to this is that there is a bent to all this; Case is filled wit...Read full comment
I came to Case by accident, but did not necessarily regret the decision when I arrived on campus freshman year. I am currently in my sophomere year h...Read full comment
CWRU is a beast of a school. The workload is difficult and you will be constantly procrastinating, and pulling all nighters especially towards junior/...Read full comment
I chose to come to Case because it seemed like the best of the schools I got into. In other words, I "settled" by being here, and came in with very lo...Read full comment
I am currently a first-year. To be honest, I think I had the wrong expectation about Case. Technically it is in the city, but it takes at least a half...Read full comment
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