Our, library, lounge, and learning center are available when you need a quiet place to study or just a few minutes away from your books. We’re an international student hub. The campus is two blocks from the McPherson Square and Farragut North Metro stations. And for those of you driving, there is discounted parking nearby.
Campus Locations Washington, DC
Spring Classes Start on April 1
Our District of Columbia College Campus
What You’ll Find
Our campus is open during the day and evening and Saturdays. We provide a range of student services, including financial aid assistance; academic advising, tutoring, and career counseling through our Learning Resource Center; and support for our international student population, such as course selection and preparation for studying in the U.S.
Our faculty members bring real-world experience into the classroom. We offer degree programs in several subjects, including acquisition and contract management and business administration.
A Quiet Place to Work
Come grab a quiet corner of our library, with free access to computers and printers.
People Who Care
Whether you have academic, financial or simply scheduling questions, our staff is here, in person, to help.
To help you market your new skills, we can help with resume writing, interview preparation, networking, and corporate connections.
A Deeper Understanding
Your personal Success Coach knows there’s more to your life than school right now. They’ll help you face the challenges that come your way.
Get the balance and support you need at Strayer
Transfer and save $5,000 on your bachelor’s
Take it from Queen Latifah: You can do this. And we’re so sure you’re capable of achieving your professional and educational goals that we’re offering DC and Maryland residents a $5,000 Switch & Save Scholarship*. Transfer into a Strayer University bachelor’s degree program with at least six eligible classes (students can transfer up to 28 classes or 126 quarter credit hours) from your current school and discover flexible learning options that can fit even the busiest life.
- Flexible. Learn when it’s best for you with 24/7 online classes designed to help you balance your education with the demands of work and life.
- Local. With 7 campuses in DC and Maryland, Strayer University has been educating the region’s working adults for over 125 years.
- Affordable. Enjoy a $5,000 scholarship for all qualified DC/MD transfer students, save up to 25% off tuition with the Graduation Fund and get a new laptop on us.
- Dedicated. Get real-world experience from faculty and advisors, as well as constant support from your own personal Success Coach.
The Right Mix for Working Adults
Strayer delivers a combination of online and on-campus classes so you can learn the way you learn best. Our on-site staff are here to support you throughout your dynamic, interactive online education experience.
We Understand Your Concerns
Our financial advisors work with you to find ways you can reduce the cost of earning your degree.
We Value Your Path
We respect how you got here, so we’ll help you transfer prior college credit or turn your real-life experience into real college credit when we can.
We’re Business Driven
We understand what businesses need and design our degree programs to meet demand.
Find the degree program right for you
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.