From its campus in Cleveland, Ohio, Case Western Reserve University grants degrees as a private institution. Students earn an accredited degree that prepares them for careers and professional advancement. Learners benefit from academically rigorous programs at an affordable price. Multiple programs at the school appear in national rankings. The school charges an average per-credit fee of 1500. Degree-seekers at the accredited school may qualify for federal financial aid, including the Pell Grant. Degree-seekers choose from academic and technical programs at the school. Based on their major, students take foundational courses, technical classes, and general education requirements. The school holds accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission.