We Are Proud to Serve Our Active Duty Military & Our Military Veterans
We are a GoArmyEd, Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP), and Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) school. It is our goal to make it as easy as possible for our service members, veterans and military families to reach their educational goals. Here are the many ways we support our military:
- Scholarships for active duty military personnel and military spouses
- Waived evalutation and application fees
- Participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program
- Academic credit for military training and experience
- Partnerships with service schools for credit transfers
- Veteren's advising for recertification and continued eligibilty
Our undergraduate and graduate degree programs in business, criminal justice, education, accounting, public administration, health services administration and information systems are in high demand, both in the military and in the private sector. In addition, our classes are available online, on campus or both – providing the utmost flexibility – allowing you to balance your educational goals with the demands of your military service, career and family.
Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative Program (AU-ABC)
Earn your bachelor's degree through the AU-ABC program and Strayer University. Airmen that have completed an associate in applied science degree with the Community College of the Air Force or other accredited two-year programs can earn a career-related (AF-relevant) four-year Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Science degree from Strayer University.
The Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) General Education Mobile (GEM) Program
Strayer University is proud to be one of a select few academic institutions invited to participate in the CCAF GEM program. Airmen can complete a variety of general education courses that are pre-approved by CCAF and offered in a distance learning format: online, on-campus or both.
When enrolling in a course, be sure to complete your TA form within the GEM plan search plan.
Since May 2006, Strayer University has been a part of GoArmyEd, the United States Army's system for managing higher education for soldiers using tuition assistance (T/A) benefits. All eligible Active Duty, National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers can request Tuition Assistance (TA) online, anytime, anywhere for classroom and distance learning.
Strayer University does not determine eligibility for Tuition Assistance. Please contact your Admissions Officer for additional details and information.
Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP)
Strayer University has established a partnership with the Navy College Program to give Sailors greater access to higher education via distance learning. The Navy College Program Distance Learning Partnership (NCPDLP) program uses the Rating Roadmaps to matches specific ratings with particular degree programs to make maximum use of military training and experiences in order to fulfill degree requirements.
Your admissions officer and faculty advisor can help you through this process.
Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC)
Additionally, as a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium, Strayer University will accept both credits and transfer credits to other SOC approved schools, subject to SOC course mapping requirements.
We offer associate and bachelor's degree programs for Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel and their families with flexible class options online, on-campus or both.
Veterans Educational Benefits
There are multiple GI Bill benefits for which you might qualify. Strayer University advisors will guide you through the application process and provide information on how to apply for VA benefits and obtain VA reimbursements.
- Post 9-11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)
- The Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30)
- The Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 1606)
- Survivors' and Dependents' Educational Assistance (Chapter 35)
- Disabled Veterans Assistance (Chapter 31)
- Veterans Education Assistance Program (VEAP Chapter 32)
The Post 9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon
The Post 9/11 GI Bill is an education benefit program for individuals who served on active duty on or after September 11, 2001. Our Yellow Ribbon Scholarship provides additional funding to offset any tuition and fee expenses that are not covered by your Chapter 33 benefits. Students were eligible to use this benefit for study beginning August 1, 2009.
Military Spouse Career Advancement (MyCAA)
Strayer University understands the many challenges faced by military families, and we realize how difficult it can be to pursue your educational and professional goals while supporting your spouse's military career. That's why we are pleased to participate in the Department of Defense's Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) program.
Spouses of military service members serving on active duty are eligible for the same scholarship as the military service member, regardless of whether or not the military service member is a student at Strayer University.
MAKE A PLAN AND MOVE AHEAD
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?