From its campus in Storrs, Connecticut, University of Connecticut grants degrees as a public institution. With both academic and technical programs, the school helps students reach their educational goals. The institution's bachelor's programs incorporate lower-division and upper-division requirements. Bachelor's programs also incorporate general education requirements. Upper-division requirements focus on advanced concepts within a major. Enrollees receive support in the form of tutoring and career services. Data on the school's average cost per credit is currently unavailable. At the accredited institution, learners qualify for federal student aid programs, such as the Pell Grant. University of Connecticut holds accreditation from the New England Commission on Higher Education, an independent accrediting body.