At Strayer University, we think cost should never be an obstacle to a valuable college degree. That’s why we’re out to make our degrees as affordable as they are important. For starters, every new undergraduate student will receive a 20% reduction in his or her tuition. Every new undergraduate student will also receive their own Graduation Fund to help them finish. And when you factor in possible credit transfers, military benefits and corporate discounts, you may be closer to earning your degree for less money than you think.
Federal Financial Aid
The U.S. government offers a number of grant and loan programs to help eligible students finance their college and graduate school educations. They can help you pay for education expenses such as tuition and fees, textbooks, and living expenses while you’re earning your degree.
Students may also apply for private educational loans, which are credit-based funds provided by outside, nonfederal lenders to pay for the difference between the cost of attendance and amounts received through loans and grants under federal financial aid programs, or other tuition assistance programs.