Our Campus | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Our Campus

Weatherhead School of Management is part of Case Western Reserve University, a large research university with world-class resources. With innovation centers, research libraries, expert faculty in dozens of fields and some of the country’s top institutions for art, music and medicine at your doorstep, no subject is out of reach.

A center for innovation.

The Larry Sears and Sally Zlotnick Sears think[box] is Case Western Reserve Universty’s center for innovation, which provides a space for anyone—especially students, faculty and alumni—to tinker and creatively invent. think[box]'s new space, a 7-story, 50,000 square foot facility, will make think[box] one of the largest university-based innovation centers in the world.

The tools to launch your idea.

With resources like LaunchNet and the School of Law’s IP Venture Clinic, students and alumni get the skills, knowledge and guidance to start new companies. With LaunchNet’s help, you can accelerate your start-up and secure funding and the IP Venture Clinic will partner with your company as you develop your plan to commercialize your technology.

A place to innovate responsibly.

The Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit exists to advance the scholarship and practice of flourishing enterprise. Your work can mean more than a paycheck. Using appreciative inquiry to transform organizations, expand leadership vision, set strategy and enhance the power of teams, the Fowler Center will help you see how you, your organization, society and the environment can flourish together.

Over 1.7 million books.

The Kelvin Smith Library is one of the best collections in the country. Combining both traditional and electronic access, the library provided access to over 1.7 million volumes of books and nearly 2 million uses of electronic resources in the past year. This incredible collection is available to you as a student and as a graduate.

Entrees and ellipticals.

All Weatherhead students have access to any of Case Western Reserve's athletic facilities, including the Wyant Athletic and Wellness Center, Adelbert Gym and Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center. Many classes on wellness, nutrition, mindfulness, fitness, meditation and more are offered.

The Tinkham Veale University Center, also known as “the Tink,” is an 82,000-square-foot facility that houses six different dining options.

A connection to community.

The Tink is also home to social clubs and student service centers that support all students at Case Western Reserve, including Center for Civic Engagement and Learning, The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Greek Life, The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence, the LGBT Center, and Student Activities and Leadership. This is in addition to Weatherhead’s student clubs.

If you are an international student, our International Student Services office can help you find your way in your new hometown.

Access to nature.

Case Western Reserve was gifted two estates, together comprising 400 idyllic acres of farm land in Hunting Valley, Ohio. Visit Squire Valleevue and Valley Ridge Farms to connect with nature. In addition to miles of paths through different ecosystems and art and horticultural classes, the farm grows fresh produce for local institutions and is the site of ongoing ecological research.

Inspired surroundings.

Outside our state-of-the-art classrooms, our unique urban campus bustles across 155 acres in University Circle, a vibrant cultural district just five miles east of downtown Cleveland, Ohio. If on-campus activities aren’t enough to keep you occupied, just step off-campus. You are surrounded by possibilities for all tastes and in all seasons.

And more! All of this is within walking distance of campus, but if you are still aching for entertainment beyond our mile-wide community, you’ll have to hop over to our Cleveland page.