Strayer University launches “Graduation Fund Plus”

In an effort to address college affordability, Strayer University will begin a program this fall for new students in Texas that puts a plan into action. With 9 campuses in the Houston area, including one in Stafford, Strayer University is a “leading postsecondary institution that serves working adults.

“The plan works like this: for every three successfully completed undergraduate classes, you earn a voucher for one free class to be used during your senior year. CEO Karl McDonnell explained, “By the time you finish the first three years (30 classes) you will have earned the fourth year free (10 classes). And as an additional incentive, tuition costs have dropped by three-hundred dollars. What used to be $1,725 per course, will now be $1,425.

McDonnell added, “There are also programs for existing students,” encouraging those interested in furthering or finishing their education to discover their 27 degree programs. Fall semester begins October 7.

For additional information, call 1-888-4-Strayer or go to www.strayer.edu.

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