The Huntersville, North Carolina college campus is dedicated to you getting your degree. It features evening classes and weekend courses. Our Financial Aid team goes above and beyond to ensure that all cost savings options are presented to you upfront.
Summer classes start July 2
Our Huntersville, NC College Campus
What You’ll Find
Our Huntersville, North Carolina location hosts workshops throughout the quarter to ensure that the campus not only provides resources for our students in the classroom, but outside of the classroom as well, including resume writing, job interview tips and public speaking skills through our Toastmasters Club.
People Who Care
Our staff is available to assist you with your academic, financial and scheduling concerns from admissions through graduation.
We Have What You Need
Our library gives you a quiet place to study and has multiple computers and printers always available for you.
We Move You Forward
Our counselors are experts at resume writing, interview preparation and networking tips to help you effectively market your new skills. Plus, we have strong connections with area organizations.
We Work With You
Your personal success coach understands your busy lifestyle and can help you face the challenges along the way.
We’re Designed for Busy 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 Add Value
You can be confident that your Strayer degree is recognized and respected by schools and companies everywhere.
We’ve Got You Covered
A library, computer lab, supportive staff, student lounge and are available so you can stay focused.
We Work with You
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.
Find the degree program right for you
State Licensure and Approvals
Strayer University is approved by the North Carolina Board of Governors to offer programs in North Carolina.