Education to evolution
130 years of remarkable student achievement
In This Issue
Back to workMany people know what it’s like to try to find a job for themselves. But not many have as much experience with helping others as Bianca Stewart Williams (MBA 2016). Read More
Q&A with Sarah Sims (BBA 2012)Sarah Sims (BBA 2012) discusses her own career trajectory and her guidance for building a meaningful professional journey. Read More
Paying it forwardFor Strayer alumnus Jackson Parker (BSCJ 2013), public service is a way of life. Read More
An unconventional journey
How one alumna found her way“I knew I wanted to impact lives," says Carmalitha Gumbs (MBA 2004, MHSA 2010). "I was just trying to figure out how to do it.” Read More
New job search tool
For many students, the decision to earn a degree is driven by a desire to start or grow their careers.
Online career communities
An important part of the student experience at Strayer University is connecting with others in similar fields and careers.
Inclusivity at Strayer
Strayer University has always served a large, diverse population of students, where different backgrounds, stories and circumstances are honored and supported.
Scholar magazine connects the Strayer University community, reaching more than 130,000 students, alumni, faculty and staff. Most articles and illustrative materials are requested by the editor, but unsolicited submissions and photographs are welcomed. Strayer University reserves the right to edit all materials submitted to the editor.
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