Strayer - Kentucky is a for-profit college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 36 undergraduate students. The Strayer - Kentucky acceptance rate is 100%. Strayer - Kentucky alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $34,600.
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I really did enjoy my time studying at Strayer. My success coaches were so encouraging! Even when I tried to give up, or I thought I was doing poorly, they assured me I was fine. I graduated with a 3.41 gpa and I am proud of myself!
I would say online courses are more geared towards the working adult. I could say it would be difficult for a student fresh out of high school who is still learning time management and discipline to attend online courses, as it is very much based on your own effort. You are given the assignments at the beginning of the week, and everything is due by the end of the week. If you keep putting the homework and discussion off, you will fall behind.
So far my experience at Strayer University has been quite challenging. I am currently working on my second degree, so going in I thought this was going to be a breeze. Not long after starting classes, did I realize just how hard this was going to be. It's basically just time management. I work full time in a hospital setting (so a lot of long hours), I have three small children, and I'm enrolled in school full time. Overall, I would have to say Strayer University is a great school that has always been attentive to my needs.