Through our Corporate Alliance program, Strayer University provides education programs to thousands of employees each year. Strayer University currently enjoys alliances with many leading corporations, including:

Booz Allen Hamilton, Capital One, Comcast, Department of Health & Human Services, Federal Bureau of Investigations, FedEx, Lowe's, McDonald's, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, Starbucks, The Kroger Co., Verizon, and Verizon Wireless.

How can my company establish a corporate alliance with Strayer?

We can provide your Human Resources department with information, materials, and even a customized Web site to make continuing education simple for your organization. You will receive an account representative who will facilitate interaction between your organization and Strayer University. This solution reduces the administrative burdens and costs by providing streamlined billing and reporting.

Contact us to obtain more information about forming an educational alliance.

College Credit for Other Course Work

Through Articulation Agreements, employer in-house training courses may have been evaluated for college credit, even if the training has not been reviewed by American Council on Education (ACE), which could be transferable to degree programs at Strayer University. Strayer University also accepts reviewed transfer credits under the ACE program, and grants course credits for experiential learning under the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) guidelines, College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and the DSST exams.

Degree Completion Programs

As a special benefit to our corporate alliance partners, a customized "Degree Completion Program" can be designed for you. Strayer University will evaluate experiential learning, transfer credits, and credits from your company's in-house training programs to develop a map of courses that will lead to the completion of your degree.

Customized Certificate Programs

Contact Strayer University today about building an education program to suit your company's needs.

Fall Classes Start 10/2

You must be an RN to enter the RN to BSN Program.