- DEGREES & PROGRAMS
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- Why Strayer
You’re seeking a degree to make more in the days to come. But what
about saving today? We’re doing all we can to make your online college
degree affordable, guiding you through the universe of available
scholarships and grants, creating our own exclusive, money-saving
Strayer programs, even letting you know of other ways to help you stay
on budget, like transferring qualified credits.
All courses are subject to Strayer University policies, including a 10-year limitation on courses in accounting and computer-related areas. Terms of individual agreements may vary. Check your school’s agreement for details.
We believe finishing your bachelor's should be affordable. That's why students enrolling with 27 or more transfer credits will receive $250 off every course until they graduate. You could save up to $18,000—that's more than 36% off your total tuition*.
* Important information about the Strayer Transfer Credit Scholarship
The Graduation Fund — Only at Strayer
Build up tuition credits for your final undergraduate classes at Strayer with the Graduation Fund. You can save up to 25% on your tuition—that’s up to $14,500 on the cost of education. Enrollment is automatic, so you start earning tuition credits as soon as you complete your first class; students have earned credit for as many as 10 final year bachelor’s degree courses.
Ready to take the next step in your education? We’re offering a $3,000 scholarship for new and returning students to get a jump start on earning a master’s degree. Find your area of interest, enroll in an eligible master’s program1, and connect with a Strayer Advising Officer to apply for the scholarship.
* Important information about the Strayer Master's Scholarship
Scholarship for the JWMI MBA program offered through the John F. Welch scholarship. Please contact your admissions officer for details.
Every current Strayer student and alumni can refer a family member to Strayer. The person who is being referred (not the person making the referral) will qualify for a $500 scholarship good for the spring 2019 academic term on all bachelor’s and master’s programs.
Plus, bachelor’s students:
The Strayer laptop offer has important eligibility requirements and restrictions. Click here to learn more.
This offer is not available to: (a) continuing students; (b) employees of Strategic Education, Inc. And its subsidiaries, and family members residing in the same household of such employees; or (c) students enrolled through Strayer@Work or Degrees@Work. For all other students, laptop available only to Strayer University students who: (1) are a new or readmitted student in a Strayer University bachelor’s-level program; (2) have at least six courses to complete in their program; and (3) enroll for classes starting fall 2019 quarter or later. Students must complete three of their first four quarters of enrollment, or return the laptop to avoid a $350 charge. This offer is subject to change at any time. Only one laptop will be provided per student. In the event the laptop is damaged, lost, stolen, or incapacitated, Strayer will not provide a replacement. All returns subject to return policy. Complete details are available in the bachelor’s laptop agreement or the bachelor’s laptop Verizon and Verizon Wireless loaner agreement, as applicable. Students receiving tuition assistance from Verizon or Verizon Wireless may only borrow and use a laptop subject to the terms of the bachelor’s laptop Verizon and Verizon Wireless loaner agreement. Limitations for other corporate-sponsored programs may also apply. Please contact your home campus or Strayer online for more information.
Graduation Fund savings make a big difference over the long run. How big? We’ve shown how it lowers the cost of an undergraduate degree compared to other online universities. And that’s only the impact of one program. Your admissions officer and personal student services coach can outline more ways you can save on tuition, including transfer and exam credits that can save thousands. Of course, cost is only part of the story—getting a degree employer’s value is priceless.