Strayer University is a post-secondary educational institution headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. The university was founded in 1892 as Strayer’s Business College by the late S. Irving Strayer, but it was later renamed as Strayer College in 1969. Strayer University is currently being run under the leadership of Dr. Sondra Stallard, who is serving as the university’s thirteenth president. The educational institute specializes in providing quality undergraduate and graduate level education to working individuals wishing to further their education in their desired field of specialization.
Strayer University has a total enrollment of over fifty-four thousand students. Most of these students are enrolled in various undergraduate and graduate degree programs at the university’s eighty nationwide campuses, or taking educational instructions through the institution’s online distance-learning arm.
Strayer University offers quality undergraduate and graduate level degree qualifications in a wide variety of subjects, ranging from traditional courses in fields such as economics and accounting to more uncommon courses in fields such as criminal justice and public administration.
The availability of courses varies from one campus to another, and depends solely on the student’s chosen campus to study for his/her degree qualification. In some cases, students are required to complete part of their educational degree program via online distance learning format. Almost all of the degrees available through the universities eighty campuses can be obtained via the Stayer University’s online distance-learning arm.
Strayer University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education to administer and award associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, diploma and certificate courses in the U.S. The university is also recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, a regional accrediting body in the U.S.
Strayer University currently runs over eighty campuses spread across seventeen U.S. states. These campuses are located in Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, North Carolina, Maryland, Georgia and several other states in the U.S.