Part of our mission is to provide a quality degree you can afford. At Strayer, you're never alone. Our business office and your personal Success Coach can help you find scholarships, grants, financial aid opportunities, corporate tuition benefits and more.
Strayer undergraduate courses cost $1480 per credit. Most courses are 4.5 quarter credit hours. On average, it takes 20 courses to attain an associate degree and 40 courses to attain a bachelor’s degree.
For both our bachelor’s and master’s programs, Strayer University has scholarship opportunities to help make your education more affordable.
The Graduation Fund is provided to eligible undergraduate students. For every three courses successfully completed, one of the final 10 courses in the bachelor’s degree program will be covered, saving up to 25% in tuition. New and re-admitted* returning students are automatically enrolled.
Learn more about the Graduation Fund.
*Re-admitted students will have their Graduation Fund count reset, and the student will lose any accrued tuition credits if they withdraw.
More scholarship opportunities may be available for you. Our business office and your Success Coach will help you explore all the options.
Strayer has a credit transfer program where you can get credit for applicable college courses and applicable work/military experience you’ve completed. Contact our business office and your Success Coach to explore your options.
Military members, veterans and their spouses may eligible for tuition benefits, as are law enforcement personnel. There are dedicated Military Admissions Officers and Success Coaches who can help you explore your options.
Strayer University has relationships with many companies and corporations. Check with your employer to see if they provide tuition assistance for attending Strayer.
Many students may be eligible for federal financial aid or private aid. Our business office and your Success Coach will run through any options available to you and help you determine if it’s the right move. Grants may also be available.
Strayer students who take out a federal loan must complete Strayer entrance counseling. The goal of entrance counseling is to help you understand what a direct loan is and how the loan process works. The process can help you manage your education expenses and make you aware of your rights and responsibilities as a borrower.