Bryant & Stratton College to Host Virtual Open Houses

Representatives from Bryant & Stratton College will be providing an overview of the online college experience, during the two online open houses in August.

Topics will include application deadlines, the enrollment process, courses, careers and the support available to students, writes Lindsey Mikal at dBusinessNews.com.

There are five Bachelors degree programs available online at Bryant & Stratton College. Alongside these there are eleven online Associates degree programs.

Students can study a wide range of topics including – business, criminal justice, financial services, healthcare, human resources and information technology.

The College is accredited regionally by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and has offices in New York, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin, as well as an Online Education division, and a Professional Skill Center.

Prospective students who may qualify for financial aid and scholarships will also have the opportunity to connect directly with financial aid representatives at Bryant & Stratton College.

Ed Dennis, Military Relations Manager at Bryant & Stratton College Online , will also be on hand to speak to military personnel and their families who are considering pursuing an online degree program.

Scott Traylor, Associate Campus Director for Online Education at Bryant & Stratton College said:

“The Virtual Open House we hosted last month was so successful that we wanted to offer prospective students that were unable to participate before another opportunity to explore online education”

Students can discuss review online and distant education institutions at distance-education.org. When discussing Bryant & Stratton, one  recent graduate commented that they found the “quality of education exceptional”.

Another stated that they thought the material covered is “relevant [to] today’s world” and that staff and tutors at Bryant & Stratton are readily available and “willing to help however they can.”

Bryant & Stratton College has built a great reputation for providing education to associate and bachelor degree level and professional certificates.

 “An online program can be an option for those who need to balance a job or family responsibilities with earning their degree or for those simply looking for a flexible course schedule. The Virtual Open House allows prospective students to gather information so they can decide if online education is a good fit,” says Traylor.

Not all the online programs are available in all states.

Matthew Tabor

Matthew Tabor

Matthew is a prolific, independent voice in the national education debate. He is a tireless advocate for high academic standards from pre-K through graduate school, fiscal sense and personal responsibility. He values parents’ and families’ rights and believes in accountability for teachers, administrators, politicians and all taxpayer-funded education entities. With a unique background that includes work in higher education, executive recruiting, professional sport and government, Matthew has consulted on new media and communication strategies for a broad range of clients. He writes the blog “Education for the Aughts” at www.matthewktabor.com , has contributed to National Journal’s ‘Expert’ blog for Education , and interacts with the education community on Twitter and Google+.
Tuesday
09 6, 2011
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