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130 years of making education happen
Graduating over 150,000 students from all different backgrounds.
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Get the degree you’ve always wanted. At Strayer University, we offer flexible, online and on-campus learning options to fit your budget and your life.
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Help control your cost
We’re here to help you understand what you may be able to save on your degree – so you can help control costs and make the most of your savings. For example, you can access no-cost gen ed courses through our affiliate, Sophia, then stack your savings with the Strayer Graduation Fund.
As a Strayer student, you have access to no-cost gen ed courses through our affiliate, Sophia Learning. Take up to two online Sophia courses at a time, then apply them toward your undergraduate degree.
*No-cost gen ed provided by Strayer University affiliate, Sophia Learning. Package assumes taking 10 Sophia courses, no other transfer credits, remaining continuously enrolled in your Strayer degree program and using the Strayer Graduation Fund.
For every three courses you pass, earn one on us, tuition-free, to be redeemed at the end of your program with the Strayer Graduation Fund. Eligible bachelor’s students are automatically enrolled. Your opportunity to save begins with your first class.
Help control your cost with scholarships
At Strayer, we work hard to offer a variety of scholarships – so you can make the most of savings on your degree and control costs. We’re here to help you understand what you may be able to save.
Do you know a Strayer student, graduate or faculty member? Ask them about our Referral Scholarship. If you register for an eligible Strayer program, meet all eligibility requirements and maintain good academic standing, a referral can save you $500 on tuition.
Ready to get rewarded for your past work and reach your true potential? If you have 18+ transfer credits, you may be eligible to earn a $5,000 scholarship. When you’re ready to finish what you started, we’re here to support you each step of the way.
*Student is required to take two courses per quarter during disbursement period.
If you’re a Strayer University bachelor’s graduate ready to pursue a master’s degree, our Alumni Scholarship can save you $4,000. All you need to do is register for an eligible Strayer graduate program, maintain a GPA of 3.0 or greater and meet eligibility requirements. Combine this scholarship with our Graduation Fund to save even more.
Wherever you are in life – whatever your career ambition – you’ll find opportunities to save at Strayer. Here’s a sample.
Military and Veteran Students
Strayer participates in programs for those currently serving in the military and veterans.
Members More than 500 companies offer educational benefits to their employees through Strayer.
National Service Participants
AmeriCorps, the Peace Corps and the National Health Services Corps all offer college money in exchange for a service commitment.
Designed for the way you live
An online degree from Strayer can free you from the constraints of a classroom schedule. You get a practical path to acquiring real-world skills with the convenience of fitting your education into your busy life.
- Attend classes from anywhere and work at your pace.
- Instantly access course materials, schedules and assignments.
- Stay connected with students and instructors wherever they are.
Online student resources
Financial aid guidance
Connect with one of our admissions officers to get financial aid information and insight when you need it, including ways you may be able to save on tuition.
The University Career Center provides a wide range of services and resources. Find support for crafting your resume, cover letters, portfolio and LinkedIn profile. Or get tips on networking and interviewing.
SOAR (Student Outreach, Assistance, Resources)
Get 24/7 access to experts and resources to help you succeed in and out of the classroom. From finding the perfect babysitter to managing the challenges of daily living, SOAR’s got you covered.
Frequently asked questions
All of your exams, tests and assignments are completed online. You are welcome to use the computers on campus, where available, to finish your work or take tests.
You’ll use our online course room, Blackboard, for submitting assignments and viewing course content. Classes are 11 weeks long, and each week your work will be due in Blackboard by Sunday at midnight. You can access Blackboard through your student portal, iCampus.
Depending on the class, there are multiple textbook formats. Some are electronic only with the option of print on demand for an extra fee. Some classes just have a textbook, while others require additional materials.
Transfer credit for up to 28 completed courses
Your bachelor’s degree could be 70% complete – transfer up to 28 classes to Strayer and finish what you started.
Read important information regarding eligibility. The transfer credits policy doesn’t apply to associate or certificate programs or Jack Welch Management Institute MBA.
Get a head start by transferring credit
Transfer into one of our bachelor’s degree programs and discover the ways we make it easy for you to learn and grow – and balance your education with the demands of a busy life. Our simple transfer process rewards the work you’ve already done by letting you potentially transfer credits for up to 28 bachelor’s classes.
Easy as 1, 2, 3
Submit your application, and an admissions officer will contact you to discuss your transfer credit options.
Contact former schools to have your official transcripts sent to the Strayer registrar’s office, or see if Strayer can do so on your behalf.
Strayer will review your transcript, and your admissions officer will contact you as soon as possible with a list of approved credits.