You can finish your degree on campus or online with Strayer University. Whether you've taken just a few classes elsewhere or want to build from your associate to your bachelor's degree, we can help you save time and money by getting credit for the work you've done. Our transfer alliances with more than 460 colleges and universities mean more of your credits count toward your Strayer degree.
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- 460+ Transfer Alliances
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Is Your College a Partner?
If your school is one of our 460-plus transfer alliance partners, we can help you get the maximum number of transfer credits from your associate degree when you enroll in a related bachelor's program at Strayer. Type your school name in the box or see a list of partner schools by state.See full list by state
Which Degree Do You Want?
Once you know your former school is a partner, you'll want to check our list of degree programs to ensure that we have one related to your previous academic work. For the maximum number of credits to transfer, you should be pursuing a degree in a similar area to your previous college work.More About Strayer Programs >
*Terms of individual agreements may vary. Check your school's agreement for details.
Dallas County Community College District
- Cedar Valley
- El Centro
- Mountain View
Tarrant County College District
- Northeast, Northwest, South, Southeast, Trinity River
- Central Park
- Preston Ridge
- Spring Creek
- Allen Center
- Rockwall Center
Central Texas College
- Pacific Far East
- Ft. Hood
I really didn't have many credits left to take because of the transfer program."
Joy Assent, BBA Alumna
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