- DEGREES & PROGRAMS
- AREAS OF INTEREST
- Tuition & Aid
- Why Strayer
The location of the school can help maintain your school/work-life balance, as Takoma Park is filled with antique shops, Yoga studios, organic markets, and unique restaurants. The campus is two blocks from the Takoma Park Metro and we offer free parking for our students. Silver Spring is one metro stop away and a 15-minute drive from campus. In addition to holding classes, we provide services that include financial aid, academics, and career counseling.
Interested in pursuing your associate or bachelor’s degree with Strayer University? You may be eligible for a $2,000 scholarship if you enroll at a campus in Cherry Hill, Piscataway, Willingboro, Takoma Park, or Washington, D.C.
We’re one of the most diverse Strayer campuses. The student body is made up of students from all over the world, and our campus is an International Student Hub. Our staff is well-versed in a range of international student processes.
Our admissions team is very hands-on. The dean creates academic plans for all students, and a personal Success Coach is available to assist students six days per week. Students do not need an appointment to see the dean or the director. The campus activities include a quarterly Student Appreciation Week, International Day, and Honor ceremonies.
We offer undergraduate courses in business, accounting, criminal justice, information systems, and information technology. We also offer all Strayer University master’s programs, including the Jack Welch Executive MBA, the Digital Entrepreneurship MBA, and master’s degrees in education, health services administration, human resource management, public administration, and information technology.
For residents of Maryland and District of Columbia, New/Readmit undergraduate student for Fall 2019 must have at least 6 classes (or credits equivalent to 6 classes) transfer into Strayer University to be eligible for $5,000 scholarship to be awarded as $1000 off tuition per term for 5 terms of attendance beginning with the Winter 2019 quarter. Student, any immediate family member of the student, or household member of the student may not be currently employed by the University, the University’s parent company, or any other subsidiary of the parent company. Student must have at least 6 classes (or credits equivalent to 6 classes) transfer into Strayer University. Unofficial transcripts can be used for eligibility, but official transcripts are required to award the scholarship. Student must not take off more than two (2) consecutive terms in order for subsequent installments of scholarship to be awarded. Student must enroll and begin classes in Fall 2019 and the scholarship will be awarded in Winter 2019. Student must complete at least one course in Fall 2019 and post attendance through week 8 of Winter 2019. Scholarship will post to the student’s ledger in week 8 of Winter 2019. Student must not take off more than two (2) consecutive terms in order for subsequent installments of scholarship to be awarded. Eligible programs include all Strayer University undergraduate programs. This scholarship does not include JWMI, NYCDA, Degrees@work, or Verizon Onsite.
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.
We understand what businesses need and design our degree programs to meet demand.
You worked hard to get here, so we’ll help you transfer prior college credit—even turn your real-life experience into real college credit when we can.
You can be confident that your hard work at Strayer will be recognized and respected by employers.
Our Takoma Park campus offers the following undergraduate and graduate degree programs, many with online and on-campus options.
State Licensure and Approvals
Strayer University’s main campus is located in the District of Columbia. Strayer University is licensed by the Education Licensure Commission of the District of Columbia (DCELC). DCELC has granted approval for Strayer University to offer all of the courses and all degree, diploma and certificate programs currently listed in the Strayer University Catalog. DCELC does not object to Strayer University offering these courses and degree, diploma and certificate programs outside of the District of Columbia and, in particular, in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Credits for courses taken at any of Strayer University’s campuses, including its Virginia campuses, may be transferred to any other Strayer University location, including those in the District of Columbia, or to the Online campus, as part of an existing degree, diploma or certificate program.