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Strayer University’s Business Office can provide information regarding financing options for eligible students, as well as other sources of assistance such as Federal grants and loans, private loans, payment plans, and scholarships. Continuing your education may be more affordable than you think.
  • Employer Tuition Assistance
  • Federal Grants and Loans
  • The Bailey Family Foundation Scholarship
  • Active Duty Military Scholarships
  • Veterans Educational Benefits
  • Private Loans


Employer Tuition Assistance

Many companies provide tuition benefits to their employees in the form of either direct payment to the school or reimbursing tuition expenses directly to the employee/student. Please check with your company’s Human Resources or Training and Education department for more information about the education benefits available to you.

Federal Grants and Loans

Federal financial aid is available to those who qualify. Federal grants do not have to be repaid and Federal loans are available that offer funds at a reduced interest rate or with deferred payment.

The Bailey Family Foundation Scholarship

The Bailey Family Foundation, founded in 1996 by Strayer University past President Ron K. Bailey, offers scholarship programs to high school seniors as well as current college students of any age with demonstrated scholastic achievement and financial need. A limited number of these scholarships are reserved for Strayer University students. Click here to learn more.

Active Duty Military Scholarships

Our military scholarship supplements the military’s tuition assistance program and other educational resources to offer 100% tuition coverage for undergraduate tuition and a majority of graduate tuition. Through the Service members Opportunity College, service members can receive additional educational credits. Effective Winter Term 2012, if a service member on active duty has a change in military status, the military scholarship will continue to be offered until the student’s current degree program is completed and the degree has been earned. Eligible service members may continue to receive the military scholarship through completion of additional advanced degree programs, following completion of their current program. Service members must supply the LES at the time of registration for the scholarship to be posted initially; it will only need to be provided for the first applicable term of enrollment.

Expanded Eligibility of our Strayer Active Duty Military Scholarship to Spouses of Active Duty Military

Effective Winter Term 2012, spouses of military service members serving on active duty are eligible for the same scholarship as the military service member, regardless of whether or not the military service member is a student at Strayer University.

Spouses must supply the service member’s LES at the time of registration for the scholarship to be posted; it will only need to be provided for the first term of enrollment.

Veterans Educational Benefits

Most of the programs offered by Strayer University are approved for the enrollment of persons eligible to receive VA educational benefits. Furthermore, Strayer University is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon program and offers a Yellow Ribbon Scholarship to all veterans eligible for the program. Please contact us for more information.

Private Loans

Low cost, private loans are available to undergraduate and graduate students. These loans can also fill the financial gap not covered by federal student aid programs.