- DEGREES & PROGRAMS
- AREAS OF INTEREST
- Tuition & Aid
- Why Strayer
Conveniently located near the junction of Highways 75 and 635, the North Dallas, Texas college campus offers students a modern environment with ample study space as well as classroom space. Students can meet with the Campus Dean, Success Coach, and Admissions team all in one visit for any academic or financial questions. Take a class on-site in one of our classrooms, or stop by and meet your support team. We look forward to your visit to the North Dallas Campus!
Our campus is open during the day and early evening and on some Saturdays. You can study and receive academic support, tutoring, and career counseling through our Learning Resource Center. There are plenty of computers and printers available for your use at no charge. Student Financial Services can provide information about financial options.
Our admissions advisors can give you a campus tour, to answer your questions and show you our many resources. We offer a variety of degree and certificate programs on campus, including in accounting, business administration, information system, information technology, and marketing. Our master’s programs include the Jack Welch Executive MBA and the MBA 10, where you can receive your MBA in just 10 classes.
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 North Dallas campus offers the following undergraduate and graduate degree programs, many with online and on-campus options.
State Licensure and Approvals
Strayer University is legally authorized to operate and grant degrees in Texas as an exempt institution under the rules of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.