HELP YOUR FRIEND LOWER THEIR TUITION
Who it’s for
A friend who:
- Is looking for an innovative and affordable education
- Registers for an eligible Strayer program
- Maintains good academic standing
- Meets all eligibility requirements
What your friend can save
When your friend starts at Strayer, they’ll save $500 on tuition.
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.
The Strayer Referral Scholarship can be combined with other scholarships, so you can maximize your savings and get a friend in on the deal.
- You must be a new student registering to start any Strayer University degree in the fall 2020 term.
- You or any immediate family member or household member may not be currently employed by Strayer University, the Strayer’s parent company, or any other subsidiary of that parent company.
- You must be referred by a Strayer University student or alumni.
- You must complete a course in your first term enrolled in the degree program.
- You must meet all Strayer University admissions requirements by program.
- This scholarship may be combined with other Strayer University scholarships and tuition discounts.
- The scholarship will be applied as one disbursement of $500 during your second quarter. You will forfeit the scholarship if you do not complete a class in your second quarter.
- You must maintain good academic standing (defined as a GPA 2.0 or greater for undergrad, 3.0 or greater for graduate) to be eligible for disbursement. If you fail to maintain good academic standing, the scholarship disbursement will be forfeited.
- No refund will be issued on unused scholarship amounts.
- You must be in good financial standing with the University (defined as a$0 past due balance).
- The scholarship applies to course tuition only. All other books and fees must be paid with a separate method of payment.1
- This scholarship does not include any Strayer University programs offered through Degrees@Work, or Verizon Onsite.
1For students whose tuition is billed to an employer or sponsor, the scholarship is applied first to tuition charges and then the sponsor is billed the net tuition amount (to the extent tuition benefits are available).