These four simple steps will place you on the path to enrollment. Create a personalized education plan that will consider your financial situation, schedule, and academic interests. A representative from the Admissions Office will assist you through the process.

  1. How to Enroll

    Step 1: Your Information

    Fill out our quick form that asks basic information

    Step 2: Speak With an Admissions Officer

    Your Admissions Officer will reach out and guide you through enrollment

    Step 3: Tuition and Financial Aid

    You and your support staff will gather financing options

    Step 4: Course Catalog

    Select a program and sign up for courses

    Disclaimer BA & MA:

    Strayer University is an open-access institution. That means we ask undergraduate applicants to provide proof of a high school diploma or its US equivalent, but do not require submission of scores from standardized tests. There is no minimum GPA requirement for Bachelor’s degree applicants. Requirements may vary by state or program.

    Applicants for a Master’s degree must provide proof of graduation from an accredited college or university with a baccalaureate degree or it’s US equivalent, and meet the GPA requirements outlined in the catalog. Requirements may vary by state or program.

Admissions Officers

  1. Our Admissions Officers are available to answer your questions and offer the one-on-one support you need to make an informed decision about returning to school and choosing Strayer University. Your Admissions Officer will provide guidance and support to show you how you can reach your educational goals and be successful in your college career.


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Let us help you find answers to the questions that may be slowing you down:

  • What program is right for me?
  • Can I afford a degree?
  • How flexible is the schedule?
  • How long does it take?


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