Strayer University recognizes that learning doesn’t only happen in the classroom. Many of our students enroll with the equivalent of college level credit through learning that they have gained at other institutions, in their professions, or through other life experiences. Strayer University recognizes the many ways that you have learned in the past to ensure that you are given the credit you deserve toward your degree. This credit will help you complete your degree program as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Strayer University staff will work with you to identify and evaluate all of the potential ways you may be eligible for academic credit toward your degree. This section will provide you with information about each option, including University policies concerning such credit.

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Transfer Credit

Strayer University welcomes students transferring from other educational institutions, and recognizes performance on national testing exams.

Previous College Credit

National Testing Exams

Military Credit

Strayer University is proud to work with active and retired U.S. military personnel and their families, and may recognize the credit you have earned while serving our country.

Military Credits

Resources for Military Students

Professional Development

As an institution dedicated to making earning a degree possible for working adult students, Strayer University recognizes the value of skills, training, and certifications you have earned as you have worked to advance your career.

Certifications and Licenses

Corporate Universities and Training

Experiential Learning Assessment Program

Sometimes the learning you have done academically, professionally, or personally doesn't come with a transcript or any other form of documentation. This program allows you to demonstrate what you have learned so that we may determine whether you are eligible for academic credit.

Challenge Exams

Experiential Learning Portfolios

Directed Learning Project

Fall Classes Start 10/2

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