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College profile: Bryant & Stratton College Online

Location: 18 campuses in NY, OH, WI, VA, and Online.

Student /faculty ratio:  We strive for a 16 to 1 student to faculty ratio.

Degrees offered:  Associate and Bachelor level degrees in Business, Criminal Justice, Information Technology, and Medical fields.

Percent of applicants admitted: 45%

SAT/ACT scores: N/A

Number of undergrads: 2200

Gender breakdown: 90% female, 10% male

Tuition and Fees: $519 for traditional students and $250 per semester hour for military students.

Books:  Cost varies depending on the course requirements

Is service accepted as credit toward a degree? 
Service schools and training that receive ACE recommended credit are evaluated and accepted as transfer credits for military service.

Why does the school like military students? 
Military students poses the time management skills necessary to excel in classes, and lifetime experiences to positively contribute to discussions.

What GI Bill/Tuition Assistance benefits are offered/available? 
Bryant & Stratton College Online participates in the Yellow Ribbon program for all Post 9/11 GI Bill students, and offers classes to Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserve Service Members at $250 per semester hour.

Do you offer online degrees/distance learning programs? 
Yes, the online campus provides students flexibility in completing their degrees regardless of their geographic location.

What programs/services are available specifically to military students? 
Bryant & Stratton College Online has a Veterans Group where service members are able to discuss their challenges and help each other.  In addition the Military Relations Manager acts as an advocate for our online students when issues arise, and provides recommendations and guidance to them when balancing their military obligations and education.

What is your policy on involuntary activation for military service?  
The policy for activated service members is to place them on a military hold for up to 5 years. 

For more information, visit http://online.bryantstratton.edu

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