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EXPLORE THE MANY WAYS TO SAVE

Getting a game-changing education doesn’t have to break the bank. At Strayer, you’ll find plenty of ways to help make your tuition affordable, so you can stop worrying about your budget and start building your future. Here’s a rundown of our scholarships and funds:

GRADUATION FUND

Ready to pursue a bachelor’s degree? You could earn tuition-free classes, saving up to 25% on your tuition with the help of our Graduation Fund, found only at Strayer.

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RETURNING STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

If you’re returning to Strayer to finish your bachelor’s degree, this scholarship can save you up to $24,000 when you transfer 27 quarter credits. That’s more than 49% of your tuition! 

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MASTER'S SCHOLARSHIP

New or returning Strayer student? You could be eligible for a $3,000 scholarship to put toward a master’s degree.

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STRAYER REFERRAL SCHOLARSHIP

Help jump start your friend’s learning journey with a gift—$500 off their tuition.

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ALUMNI MASTER'S SCHOLARSHIP

Are you a bachelor’s alum, ready to return to your alma mater for your master’s degree? You could save $4,000 on your tuition.

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WATCH YOUR SAVINGS STACK UP

We want to support your success academically and financially. That’s why many of our scholarships can be combined to help make your tuition even more affordable. Check the scholarship details to learn about these options.

With our scholarships, it literally pays to get a degree from Strayer

Programs to help make your academic dream a reality

THE LAW ENFORCEMENT TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This program offers a tuition rate of $750 per undergraduate course to eligible employees, including police officers, sheriffs, state troopers, rangers or corrections officers who have completed a basic law enforcement training program. That’s a 48% savings over current undergraduate tuition rates. Chat with us and ask your admissions officer for all the details. 

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OTHER TYPES OF SERVICE

AmeriCorps, the Peace Corps and the National Health Services Corps all offer college money in exchange for a service commitment. For more information, visit their sites.

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MASTER'S SCHOLARSHIP DISCLAIMERS

*Scholarship for the JWMI MBA program offered through the John F. Welch scholarship. Please contact your admissions officer for details.

Eligibility Requirements:

In order to apply for this scholarship, you must be a new or readmitted student registering for the Fall 2019 term for any eligible Strayer University graduate program.

Enrolled students of the Cheddar MBA program are eligible, but not those in the JWMI program.

Those currently employed by the university or a member of the household of a Strayer University employee are not eligible.

Additional eligibility rules:

  • You must post attendance in the Fall 2019 term.
  • You must meet all Strayer University admissions requirements by program.
  • You must be in good academic standing (GPA 3.0 or greater).
  • You must be in good financial standing with the University ($0 past due balance).
  • Scholarship cannot be applied with any other scholarship/tuition discount except corporate alliances.
  • Scholarship will be applied as three disbursements of $1,000 during the students third, fourth, and fifth quarters as long as the student is still in attendance.
  • Scholarship applies to course tuition only. All other books and fees must be paid with a separate method of payment.
  • No refunds will be issued on unused scholarship amounts.
  • This scholarship does not include any Strayer University Graduate programs offered through Degrees@work or Verizon Onsite.
  • Students may only take one quarter off during the eligibility and award period. If a student takes a term off during the award period, their scholarship value for that term will not be forfeited but will be held over to the next term. Students will forfeit any remaining value of the scholarship if they take off more than one quarter during the eligibility and award period. Eligibility period is defined as the period of time before the scholarship is actually awarded. Award period is defined as the terms during which the scholarship is actually disbursed.