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- Why Strayer
In addition to state-of-the-art classrooms that include smart boards, our modern campus has plenty of space for you to work, with a student lounge, a library, and a computer lab. We’re in the I-270 Technology Corridor, neighboring several major companies. Accessible to public transportation and with ample parking, there’s plenty of shopping and restaurants in a 5-mile radius, but you don’t need to leave campus if you want a snack, thanks to the vending machines in our student lounge.
Our dedicated staff is warm, friendly, and available. The Learning Resource Center offers research assistance, APA formatting help, resume writing workshops, and job search help—all the computers and printers are free for student and alumni use. Our financial aid advisors can work with you to find ways to remove the cost barriers associated with college, and your academic advisor will help you create a course of study to meet your career goals.
We offer a wide range of classes in the morning and afternoon and on Saturdays. Our professors bring their real-world experience to the classroom, in courses ranging from accounting to education, nursing, and the Jack Welch Management Institute Executive MBA.
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.
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For residents of Maryland and District of Columbia, New/Readmit undergraduate student for Spring 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 Summer 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 Spring 2019 and the scholarship will be awarded in Summer 2019. Student must complete at least one course in Spring 2019 and post attendance through week 8 of Summer 2019. Scholarship will post to the student’s ledger in week 8 of Summer 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 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.
Our financial aid advisors work with you to find ways you can reduce the cost of earning your degree.
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 understand what businesses need and design our degree programs to meet demand.
Our Rockville Maryland campus offers the following undergraduate and graduate degrees, many with online and on-campus options.
State Licensure and Approvals
Strayer University is authorized by the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) to offer programs at its Maryland locations and is registered with MHEC to enroll Maryland students in its fully online distance education programs.