- DEGREES & PROGRAMS
- AREAS OF INTEREST
- Tuition & Aid
- Why Strayer
In addition to our classes, you’ll find a library, computer lab, Learning Resource Center, and student lounge, for space to meet with fellow students, do research, and get some studying done. You can also check in with your personal Success Coach and your instructors.
Our campus is open during the day and evening and Saturdays. Have a question about financial aid? Our financial aid specialist can help. Our campus dean and personal Success Coach are readily available for academic advising and can help with other school/work-life issues you may be dealing with. We also have Learning Resources Center staff who can help you with IT related issues and provide writing assistance and career guidance.
Faculty members bring their real-world experience into the classroom. The diploma, certificate, associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s programs we offer include acquisition contract management, accounting, marketing, information technology, criminal justice, nursing, human resource management, information assurance, management, public administration, and the Jack Welch Executive MBA.
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 Greenville campus offers the following undergraduate and graduate degree programs, many with online and on-campus options.
State Licensure and Approvals
Strayer University is licensed by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, 1333 Main Street, Suite 200, Columbia, SC 29201, 803.737.2260. Licensure by this Commission indicates only that minimum standards have been met, and it is not an endorsement or guarantee of quality. Licensure is not equivalent to or synonymous with accreditation by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.