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The events of the past two years have reshaped the higher education learning experience and helped many to become more comfortable in the online classroom. As we move into a new chapter, Strayer University is welcoming students back to the supportive resources and inclusive campus communities on which so many rely.

Strayer has reopened approximately 50 of its campuses so far in 2022, with more planned in the future. “When we reopened, we wanted to make the most of our time away, to reflect on what the student community needs and to build on our strengths,” says Cherone Valley-Martin, campus director at the Anne Arundel Campus in Maryland. “We aim to make our campus a friendly, inclusive place where students can get the support they need and find connection with others.”

Strayer campuses offer students a space to meet with success coaches and administrators, collaborate on projects and socialize with classmates. Campuses also offer no-cost Wi-Fi and computing resources.

“Students are coming back, including us in their learning routines. One of the most exciting things is that we’re all returning with new perspectives,” says Valley-Martin. “Just listening to different stories about our students’ lives and the challenges and opportunities they encounter. Across the university, we’re all working toward the same goal.”