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The Strayer University District of Columbia

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Strayer University is good for.Quite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Strayer University is good for...making money. It's all about the dollars. Please, stay away from this for profit scam organization classifying itself as an university. I received an e-mail notice about my loans almost reaching its maximum allotment. Well, who could have helped accomplish this, Strayer University. Appreciatively, I was approached by the administrators at my workplace to reconsider attending a true, traditional, and honorable university. I didn't hesitate with a "Yes" reply. Strayer University is not welcomed by all employers. Communicate with potential employers before signing up to this great financial institute known as Strayer University. Do not stray away or dwindle your passion of achieving a degree from this financial institution. If you do, you are accepting a lifetime of unnecessary financial obligations. Stay with the traditional universities, who are honest.
1st Year Male -- Class 2016
Useful Schoolwork: C, Faculty Accessibility: F
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This school is for full-time working adults withQuite BrightCriminal
This school is for full-time working adults with (or without) families. It is not intended to be a 'traditional', just-out-of-high-school university that has Greek houses, sports, etc. Many of the students are focused on several things and the faculty were INCREDIBLY helpful to myself and classmates in understanding the material and getting the material completed! If you're looking for a traditional experience, this is not the university for you. Also, the work was a TON and it wasn't generally easy (I worked in the field that I was majoring and was able to complete it more easily than most) - THAT is why not everyone has a bachelor's degree. EXPECT to work.
4th Year Male -- Class 2011
Surrounding City: A+, Campus Aesthetics: C
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This is not aAverageEconomics
This is not a regular college, it's campus is in a business park. This is for profit and the company only offers a few professor led classes, otherwise you have to do work online. There is no real school spirit or culture since everyone is tired out from work and the lasses run from 6 pm Tim 10 pm
2nd Year Male -- Class 2017
Collaboration/Competitive: B-, Education Quality: F
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