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Applying to Bryant & Stratton College Online is just as easy as at any of our campuses. Students will work with a personal admissions representative and financial aid advisor to make sure they receive all of the support and guidance needed to complete the online admission process at Bryant & Stratton College.
The Bryant & Stratton College Online admissions department consists of knowledgeable, friendly admissions advisors who are introduced to online students the first time they reach out to the college. Online students will work hand-in-hand with their admissions representative to determine what academic and career goals the student has and how a Bryant & Stratton College Online degree can help them achieve those goals. Upon picking a degree program that will fit their goals and personality, the admissions advisor will provide students with the steps required to complete the online admissions process at Bryant & Stratton College. The process itself is free, quick and easy and the admissions team is on hand every step of the way. Students are encouraged to take the first step by filling out a free college application right away.
Upon submission of an application or inquiry for information, students will have the opportunity to have an in-depth conversation about their personal academic goals while discussing the degree program they have applied for. Upon completion of your initial admissions interview, you will receive the remaining steps from your admissions representative. These steps include the completion of a FAFSA application, submission of photo ID, a verified high school or equivalency diploma (GED), a short admissions essay and the completion of math and English evaluations.
Bryant & Stratton College Online offers over 25 academic programs that range from Certificates of Completion to Bachelor’s degrees. Our Bryant & Stratton College Online site offers in-depth information on the programs offered to online learners.