Strayer University | Online Education That Fits Your Life
Established in 1892 and accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Strayer University is dedicated to providing quality higher education programs for working adults like you.
Classes are designed to fit your busy schedule, meeting on evenings, weekends, and asynchronously on the web. Undergraduate and graduate programs are available in accounting, business and internet technology. Request more info!
Everything about our program is designed to accommodate your needs.
We want to make getting your degree as pleasant a process as possible. We know going to school and balancing a career and your life can be hard. At Strayer University, you get the unique advantage of a comprehensive support system that allows you to complete your degree quickly. Below are just some of the things we do to help you succeed before you become a student, while you're a student, and after you graduate.
Financial Aid Advising
We understand it's not always easy to sort through the complexities of financial aid. That's why our Student Services Office is ready to help you learn about sources such as federal grants and loans, private loans, payment plans, and scholarships. Financial aid is only available to those who qualify.
Convenient Campus Locations
Our undergraduate and graduate programs are available at more than 30 campuses in Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Florida, and Washington, D.C., as well as online.
Strayer University makes it easy to maximize the credit you receive from your work and life experience, previous college experience, and equivalency exams. You'll complete your program much faster and move along the path to completing your degree.
Flexible Class Schedules
On campus classes are available seven days and nights a week. So, you can go to class at times that fit your schedule. Online students enjoy the utmost flexibility in choosing between synchronized and independent online offerings.
Faculty advisors will help you design the appropriate plan to meet your academic objectives, assist you with any special problems that interfere with your objectives, and work with you to establish career goals.
Most campuses hold weekly tutoring sessions prior to evening classes throughout the academic year. Tutoring is available for introductory-level courses in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, English, and Mathematics. Registration is required for the tutoring sessions.
Career Development Assistance
Career advising and job referrals are available through our Learning Resources Center at each campus on an individual basis. You may also access MonsterTrak.com, a career site for college students that provides job listings, an online career forum, and a resume database.