YOUR LAST YEAR, THAT COULD BE ON US.
We know paying for college can be difficult. At Strayer, we’re committed to making college affordable for all. That’s why we created the Graduation Fund. Our unique program helps pay for up to 25% of your bachelor’s degree. Here’s how it works:
As a new undergraduate student, you’ll receive your very own Graduation Fund the day you enroll. As you successfully complete classes your affordable college fund automatically grows and can cover the tuition for up to ten of the final classes you need to graduate. Saving you up to $14,350 on tuition (up to 25% of the cost of your degree.1), and further encouraging you all along the way.
There’s nothing to sign or fill out. You’re automatically enrolled, even if you’re transferring credits.
No Additional Restrictions
Successfully complete ANY course to build your fund, and ANY future course can be covered.2
Every new undergraduate student starts a fund. There are no limits to how many students benefit.3,5,6
Your fund keeps growing as long as you’re enrolled and working towards earning your bachelor’s degree.4
- Does not include books or fees.
- Developmental courses (08X/090/091), transfer credits, courses completed prior to readmission, and courses passed by placement exam are excluded from this program and do not count toward earning tuition awards. Fund must be redeemed for the final courses leading to a bachelor’s degree. Successful completion means earning the grade required by the curriculum as outlined in the Strayer University Catalog.
- Only new or readmit students enrolling in undergraduate programs (non-degree, undergraduate certificate, undergraduate diploma, associate or bachelor’s program) are eligible for savings. Some groups of students may not be eligible including, but not limited to: students eligible for Supplemental Assistance Scholarship, students eligible for Experienced Student Completion Scholarship, full time Strayer University employees and their dependents, students eligible for the Law Enforcement Tuition Assistance Program, students enrolled in the Complete@Strayer Community College program, students enrolled in the RN-BSN program, and students attending one of the Degrees@Work campuses.
- Tuition credit is earned only after successfully completing courses and could be lost if you do not take courses for two consecutive quarters.
- Students already receiving scholarship aid from Strayer University may not eligible.
- Students receiving tuition assistance from their employer through agreements with Strayer University may not be eligible.