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  • If Bryant & Stratton alumni Kevin Meaker looks sort of familiar, there’s a good reason. Twenty years ago the business administration student was featured in the school’s advertising campaign and his face adorned the side of a city bus in Syracuse. You also might recognize him as a council member for the town of Clay, outside of Syracuse. Or maybe you just know him as a former classmate who never misses his beloved Bobcats on the basketball court and is proud to say his life wa...

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  • For instructor Gerard Lunow, his own career path has given him a checklist for his students to follow. Lunow was raised in the Netherlands and joined the Royal Navy. His military travels took him to the U.S. Eastern Seaboard and Lunow said he decided then and there that he would be back. A year later he moved to the U.S., with no money and hopes to stay at least a year. Now, 30 years later, he never left and has made the U.S. his home. Lunow earned an engineering degree as well as an MBA so h...

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  • Kiara Rouse enrolled at Bryant & Stratton College in the fall of 2018 determined to begin her educational journey and career in healthcare. As her time at the college came to a close, she found herself loving the medical field so much, that she decided after graduating in December of 2019 with her Associate Degree in Medical Assisting, that she would continue her education and pursue Nursing.  On top of applying for Nursing School, Kiara also faced the obstacle of seeking employment in ...

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  • Brittany Foster understands the struggles, the fear, and the difficulties of overcoming abuse. The 29-year-old survived an abusive relationship that she said nearly drove her to give up. Instead, she used the experience to forge a path to help others. “Ever since then I feel like you don’t know what it’s like unless you are a victim yourself,” she said. “I felt I had a calling to help other victims, to give them a voice instead of leaving them to get that vic...

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  • Waiting lists of up to a year can often limit students wishing to pursue a Physical Therapist Assistant or Occupational Therapy Assistant degree to just that, waiting. With so many programs enforcing wait lists that keeps students on the sidelines, their career pursuits are put on hold as they wait to hear when they can begin classes. That is not the case at Bryant & Stratton College as students in the OTA and PTA programs are able to enroll without having to sit on a waiting list.  T...

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  • Ready to start your degree with Bryant & Stratton College? The start of your first semester as a Bryant & Stratton College student is an exciting time but sometimes it can be a little intimidating as well. But the student services team has a team ready to help students achieve success. This semester roadmap illustrates how the student services team supports our students from day one until they cross the stage at graduation. First Semester Welcome to your first semester!  Durin...

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  • The worldwide response to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic has been nothing short of astounding. With entire cities and states forced to quarantine at home, our everyday lives have been upturned in order to limit the spread of this disease and ensure the health and safety of those who may be at risk. To ensure the safety of our faculty and students, Bryant & Stratton College introduced the Remote Classroom Experience. This learning environment provides students with a robust and unint...

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  • Man standing and smiling with Bryant & Stratton College mascot Blue the Bobcat

    Bobcats are known as solitary, elusive predators. They defend their territory with vigor, can cover up to 10 feet in a single leap and will take down prey larger than them. The Bobcats who represent Bryant & Stratton College on the court and on the field exhibit many of those same traits. The Bryant & Stratton Bobcats are ferocious in defending their home turf and they don’t shy away from facing tougher competition. Cheering on the blue, green and white alongside our passionate s...

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  • Woman thinking while reading a book

    Finding time to unwind from your schoolwork can help keep you focused and on task with your daily or weekly schedule. A little bit of Netflix or Candy Crush can be a good escape from schoolwork. The same can be said about a good book. Mixing in a few non-school books, can inject a little bit of entertainment or self-improvement to go along with your assignments in your Bryant & Stratton College classes. Leisure reading can also provide bit of escapism, stirring up your imagination and explo...

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  • Image of paper airplanes all heading in one direction but one choosig a different path.

    According to data from MyMajors.com, there are more than 1,800 educational majors offered at colleges and universities around the world. From more general areas of study to hyper-specific majors and everything in between, you certainly have your pick.  If you’ve had one area you excel in or are passionate about, it’s likely easy for you to choose a major. For others, it’s not as simple. Perhaps you’re not sure where your interests lie, or you’re torn between t...

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  • Image of a graphic designer working at their computer.

    If you have a creative mind and strong tech skills, a career in graphic design might be a good fit for your future. Earning a degree in graphic design is a good starting point for this career, but there are several additional skills you may find you also need to achieve success. Whether you get them through your degree program or learn them somewhere else, you will want to develop all six of these: 1. Coding Skills While graphic designers aren't typically the ones building complete websites, und...

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  • Group of people sitting at a table working with a light image of buildings in the background.

    Here at Bryant & Stratton College, we recognize that people can't put life on hold to take college courses. Whether you're going back to school to pursue a new degree or want to advance in your current career field, there is a way you can do this with greater ease. You'll have access to the resources you need to learn, grow, and succeed in a supportive environment. When it comes to getting a degree or certificate, what more could you want? A Balanced Approach to Your Education Students know ...

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  • Group of people working at a table together.

    Competition can be intense when seeking a new position of employment in the workforce these days. If you aren't updating your skills and growing in your career field, you may be left behind for more qualified candidates. One way to ensure that you are staying relevant in your field is by taking continuing education classes. Updating your skill set through these classes can help you reap a number of benefits such as becoming more eligible for promotions, opening up different employment opportunit...

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  • Much of Tiffany Wilson’s life is spent on the run, hustling between school, work and events for her two children. Last minute is a way of life. It was a last minute jump, in fact, that led her to apply for, and win, a $500 scholarship from PurposeBound Women. Her friend learned about the scholarship from another mom and told Tiffany about the opportunity just days before the deadline. Tiffany jumped online, applied and won. The “I See ‘Ya Scholarship” is designed fo...

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  • Four members of the Bryant & Stratton College women's track team

    A dynasty isn’t built overnight, Claude Toukene can attest to that. But after multiple national championships, 25 state titles and over 40 regional titles with Western Branch High School, he’s brought his incredible resume to Bryant & Stratton College’s Virginia track program. And he’s already getting results. In just their second year, the Bobcats men’s and women’s teams opened the year ranked nationally in the NJCAA and each are currently ranked first ...

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