Reivew Averages: 5.1 out of 10 (77 reviews)
Strayer University Reviews:
64 of 73 people found the following review helpful
Let me clear the record...
December 30, 2012
***READ THIS REVIEW FIRST BEFORE LOOKING AT THE NEGATIVE REVIEWS*** I've read most of the negative reviews about Strayer University and I must say that to every story there are always three sides: the student, the University and the truth. So please allow me to give you a REAL review based on facts as well as my personal experience as a current student at Strayer. I would also like to note that I have attended ... [Read more]
20 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Unethical, Unprofessional, and the biggest scam. 3 Wasted
February 28, 2012
I am going on my third year with Strayer. At first, I thought it was okay. Things went smoothly. Now, as a Junior, I am being bombarded with numerous problems and it appears that I am not going to be able to finish my degree. It all revolves around financial aid. Last summer, I re-did my financial aid and was told that I did not have enough to finish. So, I withdrew. Today, i find ... [Read more]
19 of 26 people found the following review helpful
My experience with Strayer
April 20, 2012
This school, and every aspect of it, has been outrageously incompetent, misleading, and a complete waste of time, money, and energy. They seem to make every mistake it is possible to make, from enrolling me in the wrong classes (which I had to correct by phone, it should have been possible from their site but that didn't work) to never once maintaining a correct accounting of debt and payments made (which I have never been ... [Read more]
18 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Avoid For Profit Universities!
May 29, 2012
Forgive the rant, but it needs to be said loud and clear. A warning to anyone seeking a bachelors degree: Avoid for profit colleges! They have no incentive to provide you with a good education and/or a competitive degree. They exist for the sole purpose of sucking student loan money (hard-earned taxpayer dollars) out of the federal government and converting them directly into profits (particularly shameless is their targeting of GI bill funds). The "educational ... [Read more]
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Know the Facts BEFORE Enrolling
August 18, 2012
I completed a BBA with concentration in HR in 2011. Initially, my experience with Strayer was quite positive. I requested info on a Friday evening and the enrollment advisor (salesperson, frankly) called me that same evening. We spoke for almost 2 hours but I told him that I needed to take time to consider all my choices before completing an application. He only called me once during the next 2 weeks to see where I ... [Read more]
17 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Turn the other way
February 6, 2012
Please turn the other way... Do not waste your money or time with this school. The poor quality of education and staff (do not speak correct grammar) isn't worth your time. The school is all about the money therefore it's not about the students. Only the staff have something good to say because of the paycheck. If you never been in the ghetto you will experience it from Strayer. They do not follow their own ... [Read more]
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Good school if you're not lazy and can do research yourself!
April 3, 2013
The amount of negative reviews is amazing. I will try to address them here, as best as possible. 1. Strayer is accredited by the same accrediting agency as other schools in the area. If your credits weren't accepted it's because the school you applied to somehow thinks they are better (schools do not have to accept credits no matter what institution you got them from) or your grades weren't high enough. 2. ALL universities are ... [Read more]
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