Find Success. Learn Online.
How Online Learning Works.
Learning online doesn't mean being on your own. At Strayer University, we've spent thousands of hours perfecting the way we teach our online classes to best support our students. You'll have access to all the resources of a Strayer campus, as well as two options for how you can customize your online education experience:
ONLINE IN REAL-TIME:
These online classes occur at set times on evenings and weekends. You'll hear live audio from your professor, engage with a "virtual blackboard," and have the ability to interact with your classmates and your professor via live text messaging.
These online classes occur completely on your schedule — anywhere you can get online. Your living room. Your kitchen table. 24 hours a day. Seven days a week. You'll have access to recorded lectures, video presentations, instructional materials, and the ability to chat with your fellow students.
Online Learning at Strayer.
iCampus is our proprietary learning portal — your home base for all your online learning needs. It's how you register for courses, attend class, complete and submit assignments, and even connect socially with your fellow students.
We're constantly expanding and improving on the features of iCampus based, in large part, on feedback we get from our students. At Strayer, you get a voice in everything connected to your education — including how it's delivered.
ALL ABOUT ONLINE LEARNING
Preparing to Learn Online
Feel confident in your decision to pursue your degree online. These tips will help you manage your online learning experience, from setting aside the right amount of time to preparing an effective study space. Learn more.
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The classes online at Strayer are very convenient. You can log on at any time of the day or night."
Johanna Dryden, Student
distance education course online in the Fall of 2012.*