Leading publicly traded companies and government agencies turn to Strayer to train their people. If your employer is a corporate alliance partner, you may be able to take advantage of customized educational programs that give you the skills to advance in your company — some of which are delivered on site at your workplace. You may also be able to decrease the cost of any Strayer degree and speed your time to degree completion. Your benefits may include:
Tuition discounts for you and
your immediate family members
Learning Portfolio fees
opportunities where applicable
Credit for corporate training
and work/life experience
How Partnerships Benefit You.
Our corporate partners offer savings on your Strayer education, targeted training to help you excel in your career and more. Learn about all the benefits.More About This Program >
Which Program Do You Want?
Here, you can see if your company offers any specialized Strayer programs. Corporate alliance benefits are also available for all of our on campus and online degrees.More About Strayer Programs >
PARTNERS IN SUCCESS
We serve over 200 leading companies in the following industries:
- Aerospace & Defense
- Banks & Credit Unions
- Consulting Services
- Express Delivery Services
- Food Services
- Government Agencies
- Grocery Stores & Supermarkets
- Information Technology Services
- Insurance Carriers
- Media & Entertainment
- Medical Products & Equipment
- Professional Sports Teams Organizations
- Security Services
- Specialty Retailers
On average, Strayer helps more than 6,000 corporate partner employees each
quarter to improve their knowledge and skills.*
* Based on Strayer enrollment figures, 2013-2014.
Who better to promote into management than folks who have dealt with your customers... that know your products?"
Cathy Stewart, VP Onsite Programs
That's what success is: it's getting back up every time that you fall and completing what you started."
Kathy Rollins, success coach
The Support-Success Connection
Of those who consider themselves successful, 54% say they have a supportive network, while only 31% consider themselves ambitious.*
* Strayer Success Project Survey, 2014