In 2016, estimated total costs for out-of-state students living on campus are $63,500 per year. This sum includes tuition and fees ($46,000), room and board ($14,000), books and supplies ($1,000), estimated personal and transportation expenses ($2,000) per year. Besides, graduate application fee costs $50.
The university is approximately 8 km east of downtown Cleveland, adjacent to the historic Wade Park District in University Circle, a park-like city neighborhood and commercial center, home to numerous educational, medical, and other cultural institutions.
Cleveland is ranked as one of the country's most livable cities—and especially a great place for young professionals—Cleveland is a mid-sized city that gets high marks for its: thriving health care and biotechnology industries, lively arts and cultural scene, low cost of living, four-seasons climate, and wealth of natural resources.
Cleveland often is hailed in the press as a hot new dining city, and it has long been renowned for its arts scenes in neighborhoods. Moreover, you are also just a short bus ride from Playhouse Square, the country’s largest performing arts center outside of New York City.
Besides, two main transportation options are available for students: For on- and near-campus transportation, Case Western Reserve has a fleet of shuttle buses known as Greenies.