More than simply classrooms, our campus offers you a student lounge, library, computer lab, free WiFi, and more, to help you reach your educational and career goals.
Northwest Houston, TX
Summer classes start July 2
Our North Houston Texas College Campus
What You’ll Find
Here, in addition to taking classes, you can meet with your personal Success Coach and, if you need them, our financial aid staff and dynamic admissions team.
Our programs are designed to help ensure you maintain a strong work/life balance—take classes during the day and early evening, and sometimes on Saturday. We offer a range of undergraduate and graduate programs, including: accounting, business, criminal justice, information technology, information systems, business administration, education, and health service administration.
A Quiet Place to Work
Our library is equipped with free wifi and plenty of outlets for students to do work on their laptops.
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.
Mobile Computing Lab Environment
Our campus offers a lab-free, mobile computing environment.
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 is legally authorized to operate and grant degrees in Texas as an exempt institution under the rules of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.