Strayer - Maryland is a for-profit university located in Camp Springs, Maryland in the Washington, D.C. Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 421 undergraduate students. The Strayer - Maryland acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Business, Information Science, and Information Technology. Graduating 11% of students, Strayer - Maryland alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $34,600.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.23 responses
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Strayer University - Maryland Reviews
The educators are excellent. I've taken onground classes thus far and they all have been incredible. When I fell ill, I was encouraged to take a semester off and get my health back before I return. Great school where it has a hometown feel, great network to get and keep students on track and amazing groups to network with.
So far, I haven't had any problems. I attend the White Marsh campus. The dean there is very down to earth and open to talk all the time. Very helpful. I respect when he does the pop ups in classroom just to connect with the students better. I am glad they have a team that cares.
Strayer in general is just okay. The professors are hit and miss. In regards to the PG County campus, there are maybe a handful of quality professors. Ones that actually teach and care that students are learning. The majority on this campus "just talks" versus teaching. $2500 per grad class at a for-profit school...I guess you get what you pay for.