With the opening of our new downtown campus in Alabama’s capital, Strayer is excited to be the new university in Montgomery, AL. Conveniently located, the new campus is a place where you can do it all: take select classes, find a quiet place to study, collaborate with classmates, network, and even socialize and have a little fun. You and your classmates can also enjoy nearby attractions such as the Riverwalk, The Davis Theater and Alabama Governor's Mansion.
Fall classes start on October 1
Our Montgomery, Alabama College Campus
What You’ll Find
At our college in Montgomery, AL, you’ll find all the Strayer University learning resources and staff you need in one convenient, urban setting.
Learn in our on-campus classroom—or learn online in our student lounge and study areas.
Use the campus as a space to work on projects with fellow students, or to meet with Strayer faculty and deans.
Network with peers (or just hang out) at some of downtown Montgomery’s restaurants including Mellow Mushroom, J.W. Beverette’s Soul Food and Cahawba House.
There is ample of parking located by the campus. During daytime hours you'll have to pay for parking, but parking is free after 5 pm on weekdays and all day on the weekends.
The Right Mix for Working Adults
Strayer delivers a combination of online and on-campus classes to help you learn the way you learn best. Our dynamic, interactive, online education gives you the flexibility you need while our expert staff provide on-site support to keep you on track.
The Skills You Want
We understand what businesses need and design our degree programs to meet demand.
We’ll Help You Afford Your Degree
Come talk to us about reducing the cost of earning your degree.
The Recognition You Deserve
You can be confident that your Strayer degree is recognized and respected by schools and companies everywhere.
Available Programs at The Montgomery Campus
State Licensure and Approvals
Strayer University is licensed to do business in Alabama by the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education and its courses have been approved by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education.