|Students who got into SC say:|
Essay (0) |
| | Avoid "online" instructional programs.
We are not talkng about MIT or Harvard here and there are no major sports teams, so getting in is not a particularly competive process. Strayer has it's criterion and if you meet them, Strayer offers all students the opportunity to succeed. Prior to attending Strayer I have earned two degrees, one in Electronics and one in Automotive Technology. I was a transfer student and the process of acceptance to starting clas was painless. The Strayer staff and faculty at the Allentown, PA campus were very all very helpful!
| School of Information|
| Sep 30 2009 |
To get in, I had my transfer credits from other colleges submitted. I had no tests to take for admittance, although I did have to have at least a ?C? in past classes to transfer. Since I had so many credit hours already, I came into the university as a junior. This was a few years ago. I must say that I?ve heard the requirements are getting tougher year by year, as Strayer is trying to compete with the top traditional colleges; as well as against other online universities.
| Computer Engineering|| Sep 22 2009 | Sent transcripts and completed admissions forms.
Go somewhere else.