All institutions receiving Federal Title IV funds are required to provide students and staff access to featured performance results, policies and resources. To comply with the Department of Education’s Student Right to Know Act, Bryant & Stratton College offers this web site directory featuring linkages to the reports and publication sources. Inquiries about this information may be sent to the Director at the nearest Bryant & Stratton College campus location.
To see the programs available at each Bryant & Stratton campus, Click Here
To see the courses required to complete each program, as listed in the Catalog, Click Here
It is the policy of Bryant & Stratton College to comply with all governing law prohibiting discrimination including Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and its regulations, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) and its regulations, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex. Anyone who believes that Bryant & Stratton College is not in compliance with Section 504 or the ADA should contact the Campus Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Coordinator. See “Student Civil Rights and Other Non-Academic Grievance Procedures” in the Bryant & Stratton College Catalog. Anyone who believes that Bryant & Stratton College is not in compliance with Title IX should contact the Dean of Student Services. See Grievance Contact Directory in the Bryant & Stratton College Catalog. Grievance procedures to address complaints of discrimination on the basis of sex are set forth in the Catalog in the section entitled “Student Civil Rights and Other Non-Academic Grievance Procedures”. ”Bryant & Stratton College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. To access the contact information for the person who has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non‐discrimination policies at your campus go to http://www.bryantstratton.edu/Degrees/Student‐right‐to‐know.aspx or send an e‐mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articulation Agreements are formal agreements made between Colleges and Universities that outline specific courses that are transferable between institutions. This allows students to transfer college credits earned from another college or university into Bryant & Stratton College.
Currently, Bryant & Stratton College currently has an articulation agreement with Strayer University and Empire College, and Sage College. For a complete listing of courses included in the articulation agreement, please contact a Bryant & Stratton College admissions representative at https://www.bryantstratton.edu/Contact.aspx. We welcome the opportunity to assist you!
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Bryant & Stratton College Security Policy
Bryant & Stratton College recognizes that ensuring the integrity of its corporate governance and operations, including the student financial aid process, is critical to providing students fair and affordable access to higher education. In the interest of transparency, Bryant & Stratton College will prominently publish this Code of Conduct.
Click Here for the Preferred Lender Arrangement Policy
Click Here for the Code of Conduct
Listed in Catalog Click Here
Bryant & Stratton College has teamed up with BankMobile Disbursements® to deliver your financial aid refund. We are committed to providing you with 100% of your refund, providing you with clear options for receipt of these funds, in a secure data environment.
You may access our institution’s contract with BankMobile here
Graduation performance for full-time, first-time students enrolled in the Fall 2013 Associate, Fall 2014 Diploma, Fall 2012 Nursing, and Fall 2010 Bachelor cohorts is reported..Click Here
Graduation performance for full-time first-time students receiving athletically related aid is reported. Click here.
The certification and/or licensure rates of medical assisting, and nursing graduates is reported here.Click Here
MAERB requires that all programs publish at least one outcome, with the option of publishing more than one, from the MAERB Annual Report Form. The published outcome data must represent the five-year weighted average.
For data reflecting student persistence. Click Here
Students are protected from sexual harassment by board of education policies, state and federal statutes. The policy is published in the Student Guide.Click Here
Student Consumer Information can be found at www.bryantstratton.edu/disclosures
To preserve a positive relationship with students the college has in place policies and procedures to ensure that all student concerns will be adequately addressed. The Grievance Procedures are published in the Student Guide and the catalog. Click Here
Bryant & Stratton College’s Transfer of Credit Click Here