Are you worried that you’ve been misled, lied to, or scammed by Strayer University?
Strayer University enrolls approximately 38,000 students through their online learning programs, and at their 100 campuses located throughout 24 states. Strayer University was founded in 1892 as Strayer’s Business College, then later changed to Strayer College, and then finally became Strayer University after being granted its university status. Although Strayer University used to be quite popular, in October 2013, Strayer announced that they would be closing 20 of their campus locations due to a massive drop in new enrollment rate.
Even though Strayer University is more expensive than many other universities, there are still accreditation issues (they are currently not accredited by either AACSB or ABET). Some have said that it can be extremely hard to transfer in credits from Strayer to other colleges and or universities because of these accreditation issues. Certain programs even prohibit people with degrees from Strayer University from working at their programs.
Bottom line is, if you’re a student or alum of Stayer University, and you feel you have been taken advantage of by them, we may be able to help you. We can help with claims of inflated job placement stats, fraudulent/misleading financial aid practices, false claims of accreditation, false claims of credit transferability, misrepresentation of costs, false claims of probably salary upon graduation, and overall misrepresentation of the quality and value of the education provided.
If you believe you may have a case against Strayer University, email us using the contact form on this page. While we may not be able to help with every case, we’re happy to evaluate the facts of your case for no charge.