BRYANT & STRATTON COLLEGE ADMISSIONS PROCESS
The admissions process at Bryant & Stratton College is quick and easy. Follow the steps below to get started!
1. You Apply
It all starts with a simple, free college application that allows our admissions team to determine
which program is right for you. Students can go to their nearest Bryant & Stratton College campus
to apply or you can apply online to get started today.
Start Your Application
2. Schedule a Campus Visit
Set up an appointment with your personal admissions representative to take a guided tour around a campus. Each tour takes just under an hour, giving you an opportunity to take in the sights and sounds at each of our unique campuses. You will also have the opportunity to have any of your questions about the various aspects of Bryant & Stratton College answered. Our admissions team is available during the day, in the evenings, and even on many weekends, so you can schedule and appointment that works best for your busy schedule. To schedule a campus tour or discuss online classes you can call 1.800.890.3921 or click the button below.
Schedule Your Visit
After your tour you'll sit down with your admissions representative to further discuss the program you're hoping to pursue, your academic history and your goals. Any questions not addressed during your tour can be answered at this time. Your admissions representative will also help you determine which program best suits you and your career goals.
4. Financial Aid
Paying for college is a big part of the decision-making process and we provide students with the same guidance they receive from the admissions department as they work through the financial aid process. The first step is to fill out a FAFSA Application for the school year. Our financial aid team will work with you step by step to ensure you receive any and all of the financial aid you're eligible for.
5. High School Transcripts / Required Paperwork
Bryant & Stratton College's admissions requirements require students to have a high school diploma or an equivalency diploma (GED). In addition to submitting an approved high school diploma or GED, students will need to provide proper vaccination records and complete any required course or program evaluations.