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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2018

Avoid this university, it's solely exist to make money. Very rude representative and they sweet talk you but do nothing.. Please avoid them. You're better off at state college. Once again run away and save your future.. Stay away please stay away ple

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Degree: Information Systems
Graduation Year: 2018

This school is moraless, heartless, liars. The administration will say anything. Financial aid is impossible to work with. The advisors change without notice. And no one can help you. Trust me, choose a different school. Youll be ashamed to have a degree with Strayer on it.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2021

I started the process in May 2018 for Summer classes. Everything was fine at first. I was due a disbursement August 8th only to find out August 6th that my High school transcript doesn't show graduation date. Strayer received my Pell grant then charged me for my classes. My transcript DOES state I graduated. I talked to many people and still no progress. I will NOT enroll after this semester

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2019

I am an online MBA student and feel that the technology has been very helpful and easy to follow. The books, lectures etc. are relevant and there should be no reason an individual cannot attain a 3.0 or better. I say this having transferred from another online school where the technology and instruction were essentially self-study courses and antiquated systems. On the negative side, I am a bit disappointed at the quality, I hope the school becomes a little discerning at acceptance rates so that the degree has a little more credibility in the business world.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

Pointless classes ,instructed by professors far removed from the actual major (hotels and tourism) almost none had actual industry experience. Many of the classes required student to student interaction which was poorly proctored by the instuctors,in some cases ,students had better in class lecturing abilities than the instuctors.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2021

I began attending Strayer in Spring 2018. Immediately I was being told by the financial aid department that I was selected by the Department of Education to be reviewed for verification. I called the department of education and was informed I was not selected by them for no reasons and my financial packet had been sent to Strayer. I then called the school and once confronted, they released my disbursement. I forgave them and enrolled for the next semester which is the Summer 2018. They did the same thing again!!!! They stated that I was flagged by the department of Education to be reviewed again. Once again, I called the department of education and they said AGAIN, they did not flag me. Strayer has been a big disappointment to me and was the worst decision I made when it comes to my higher education. If I could have gave them a minus star, I would have!!! Don't trust this school!!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2020

Run from this place as fast as you can. Been dealing with financial aid since April still no luck. I'm so frustrated with this place. They requested documents over and over again the same exact information. I'm looking for a number to file a complaint ASAP.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2019

Run as fast as you can away from this school. You can never get in touch with your success coach. No returned phone calls. The financial aid department is by far the worst ever. When you first enroll financial aid is smooth thats just to get you in and then hit you with major financial aid problems. Ive been trying to get my financial aid solved since April and week after week their constantly requesting the EXACT same verification forms. Begged one rep to not move my documents around that it would only restart my process he did exactly what I asked him not to do. This school is a rip-off and Im transferring ASAP. PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THIS HELL HOLE.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Purchasing, Procurement/Acquisitions and Contracts Management
Graduation Year: 2020

I have attended Strayer University at their PG County campus since 2016. I am a part time student and take one class online and one class on campus a quarter. The staff at my campus seem nice but I generally have issues with understanding instructors due to heavy accents. Foreign accents are a common occurrence in the DC area but it makes it hard to learn course material when you can not understand the words coming from your professor. I have had some very good professors at my time in the school that really seem to want to help you do better as a whole, not just in class. The online classes have not been too overly difficult up to this point as long as you review all the required materials. Financially I have had no problems with the school. I use GI Bill benefits to attend and the school set up everything for me. All of my payments have been made and I have had no outstanding balances to contend with. Switching gears to the course curriculum I do feel as if some of the classes are on the easy side of things. There are many classes that I don't feel very challenged in other than the occasional discussion post. The workload isn't too over bearing and I generally have an easy time getting it done within the week allowed. This is on top of juggling a full time job, a part time job, and a few volunteer hours a week. Overall I am happy with my experience at Strayer so far. I would recomend this school on a case by case basis. If you are just trying to get a degree to get a little ahead in life then this school might be the ticket. It all depends on your situation and the career field you are in or trying to pursue.

5 out of 5
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Degree: MBA in Accounting
Graduation Year: 2011

Received Undergrad degree in Accounting from highly regarded state college. Worked in the field for a decade then decided to get an MBA from strayer as I is accredited by the same people who accredited the state college I graduatiled from previously. Because of my work schedule I took all but one course online. It worked well with my schedule at allowed me to attend virtual class when convenient during the week. I put a lot of effort into it and graduated in two years. Received straight As and 1 B. Having worked I. Accounting for a decade I found the professors highly knowledgeable on the subject matter, competent at teaching their subject and available for questions within a reasonable time frame. Within 4 months of graduating I was hired for a new job making $25k more than before. I now make well into six figures. Reading the comments associated with negative reviews it seems to me that most of those people would not have succeeded at any school they attended. Its all about the amount of effort you out into it; not her effort the professor puts into it. If you have a bad professor, and they exist everywhere, your own motivation should cause you to work to overcome that challenge. I borrowed all of the money to attend college and found their tuition assistance people incredibly helpful.

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