Enroll in any bachelor’s program, and get a new laptop pre-loaded
with Microsoft software to help you achieve your degree.1
1 Laptop Disclaimer
This offer is not available to: (a) continuing students; (b) employees of Strategic Education, Inc. And its subsidiaries, and family members residing in the same household of such employees; or (c) students enrolled through Strayer@Work or Degrees@Work. For all other students, laptop available only to Strayer University students who: (1) are a new or readmitted student in a Strayer University bachelor’s-level program; (2) have at least six courses to complete in their program; and (3) enroll for classes starting spring 2020 quarter or later. Students must complete three of their first four quarters of enrollment, or return the laptop to avoid a $350 charge. This offer is subject to change at any time. Only one laptop will be provided per student. In the event the laptop is damaged, lost, stolen, or incapacitated, Strayer will not provide a replacement. All returns subject to return policy. Complete details are available in the bachelor’s laptop agreement or the bachelor’s laptop Verizon and Verizon Wireless loaner agreement, as applicable. Students receiving tuition assistance from Verizon or Verizon Wireless may only borrow and use a laptop subject to the terms of the bachelor’s laptop Verizon and Verizon Wireless loaner agreement. Limitations for other corporate-sponsored programs may also apply. Please contact your home campus or Strayer online for more information.
Returning students who have previously completed 27 quarter credits are eligible to receive $500 off every course until they graduate. You could save up to $24,000 on tuition. Enroll by April 6, 2020, and connect with a Strayer admissions officer to apply for the scholarship.
Eligible Strayer bachelor’s alumni can take the next step toward earning a master’s degree with an exclusive $4,000 scholarship. Enroll by April 6, 2020, and connect with a Strayer admissions officer to apply for the scholarship.
Build up tuition credits for your final year of bachelor’s classes at Strayer with our Graduation Fund.*
Books, supplies, and other fees apply. Only new or returning students enrolling in undergraduate programs (non-degree, undergraduate certificate, undergraduate diploma, associate or bachelor’s program) are eligible for savings. Some groups of students may not be eligible including, but not limited to: students eligible for Supplemental Assistance Scholarship, students eligible for Experienced Student Completion Scholarship, full-time Strayer University employees and their dependents, students eligible for the Law Enforcement Tuition Assistance Program, students enrolled in the Complete@Strayer Community College program, and students attending one of the Degrees@Work campuses. Tuition credit is earned only after successfully completing courses and will be lost if you do not take courses for two consecutive quarters. Students already receiving scholarship aid from Strayer University may not be eligible. Students receiving tuition assistance from their employers through agreements with Strayer University may not be eligible.
You can save up to 25% off your tuition.
Enrollment is automatic, so you start working towards earning credits as soon as you complete your first class.
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As Strayer University’s academic visionary, Brian W. Jones sets the agenda for delivering a rigorous, innovative and quality education that helps adult learners compete in today’s global economy.
With a long and distinguished career in education, Brian served in a number of senior higher education roles before joining Strayer University as general counsel in 2012 and being appointed as interim president in 2015.
Prior to joining the University, Brian co-founded and served as president of Latimer Education, Inc., an early stage venture-backed company partnering with an historically black college to provide high quality online postsecondary education solutions to African American working adults; was senior counsel to the Washington, D.C. law firm of Dow Lohnes PLLC (now Cooley LLC), where he advised education companies, investors and institutions; and served as the U.S. Department of Education’s general counsel, a Senate-confirmed presidential appointment, among other roles. As general counsel, he was the fourth-ranking officer of the Department and served as principal adviser to U.S. Secretary of Education Rod Paige on all legal matters affecting Department programs and activities.
Brian currently serves on the board of directors of College Loan Corporation and chairs the board of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, a Washington, D.C.-based association that represents the interests of charter school stakeholders nationally and at the state level. He also previously served as chair of the D.C. Public Charter School Board (PCSB).
Brian earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in finance from Georgetown University and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law.