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Bryant & Stratton - Syracuse North is a for-profit college located in Clay, New York in the Syracuse Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 173 undergraduate students. The Bryant & Stratton - Syracuse North acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Healthcare Management, Medical Assistant, and Paralegal. Graduating 20% of students, Bryant & Stratton - Syracuse North alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,200.
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Bryant & Stratton College - Syracuse North Reviews
Great School. Some of the classes are difficult and some don't make sense. The curriculum is always improving. If you attend, please attend with the intention of finishing your degree, credits are hard to transfer. Small campus, small classes. Targeted for adults, but as an 18 year old, it was perfect for me. I wasn't ready for a big college yet. Good for baby steps!
This school seemed amazing at first. I was in high school when an admissions representative came to the school. I had excellent grades so I was offered a scholarship. This semester is my 6th, I found out that financial aid had been reducing my scholarship, my tuition was once covered, and all of a sudden isn’t.
Very good school. Professors are very helpful and nice. Very well organized and small classes make learning individualized.