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In 1967, the Case Institute of Technology and Adelbert College of Western Reserve University united together to form Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Since its establishment, Case Western Reserve University has continued to grow and prosper. In 2005, 4186 undergraduates and 5,766 graduate students enrolled in the institution. Case Western Reserve University is especially known for its law, medical, nursing, and business colleges.
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