One of the top reasons for going to Case would be to study some form of engineering. Professors are nice and willing to help students should they need it (which many of us do). There are plenty of resources and opportunities to use what you've learned and apply them to actual projects, like ThinkBox, which is Case's innovation center that offers 3D printing services and other necessary tools to make your ideas come to life.
Aside from being a great school for engineering, the students at Case make your experience there all the more better. You get the opportunity to meet like-minded individuals and generally nice people. I know I can safely say that the people I've met there so far have made my experience even more enjoyable.
The last reason I believe someone should attend Case is to have the opportunity to take part in some of the various clubs and organizations. This allows you to be able to interact with people with similar interests and put on special events related to your club for others to see. For example, Case has a Juggling Club that puts on a small circus event every year. This is just one of the various different groups that allows you to be a part of something fun.