Even if you prefer taking your classes online, wouldn’t it be nice to occasionally connect face-to-face with other Strayer students and staff members?
Strayer’s new hybrid campuses offer just that: a collaborative space,
similar to a co-working office, for students to study, work, and meet
with peers and faculty in locations that are conveniently located in
downtown, metropolitan areas.
Drop-in services such as student services coaches and admissions officers offer support that can get you through a tough class, over an obstacle, and across the finish line. Students can also access extended networking and career development opportunities, including résumé-building workshops and interview prep sessions.
“Online learning is appealing for many students for the flexibility it offers,” said Cale Holman, Chief Academic Officer and Provost of Strayer University. “Yet, we’ve found that online students can still benefit immensely from a sense of community, peer networking, and support services that our new campuses provide. It allows students to have the very best of online and the best of in-person services.”