Strayer University Financial Assistance Programs
- Federal Grants and Loans
- The Bailey Famliy Foundation Scholarship
- Active Duty Military Scholarships
- Veterans Educational Benefits
- Employer Tuition Assistance
- Private Loans
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.
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.
Active Duty Military Scholarships
Strayer University is a GoArmyEd, NCPDLP, and Air University ABC School, as well as a member of the Service members Opportunity Colleges. Under our scholarship program, active duty military students will be responsible for $0 per class for all undergraduate courses and $375 per class for all graduate courses. In addition, spouses of active duty members of the military may be eligible for up to $6,000 in tuition assistance to pursue education leading to a portable career through the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) program. Please contact us to learn more about these scholarship opportunities.
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.
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.
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.