Stratford University is a private, for-profit, higher educational institution founded in 1976 and located outside of Washington, DC, in the Virginia suburbs. Specializing in adult education, Stratford offers placement assistance for students and graduates and delivers online, classroom, and blended online/classroom programs.
Stratford strives is to provide its students with high quality career-focused undergraduate and graduate programs to meet the employment needs of high demand industries.
Stratford University is dedicated to competency-based education. Each program provides the skills (or competencies) demanded by employers. The University provides a student-centered classroom environment.
Our faculty are flexible enough to accommodate students with different learning styles and modes, without compromising employer-dictated standards. The entire Stratford University staff works as a team to help you succeed. Because of our commitment to your career success, the educational atmosphere in the school is friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. As our student, you can start in your new career soon after graduation. Because of the quality of our educational product and the enthusiasm of our staff, we have an excellent placement record.
The Associate, Bachelor, and Master's Degrees are offered at the University. Stratford's curriculum combines advanced technology and hands-on labs with traditional educational methods. Stratford University has excellent graduation and placement rates.
Moreover, Stratford offers many non-credit workshops and courses in business, technology, and culinary arts. The Chef's Table at Stratford University offers fine dining to the public.
Stratford University assists every eligible student in procuring financial aid that enables the student to attend the University. The University participates in various federal student financial assistance programs. Our financial aid programs provide assistance to students who are currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment, but whose financial resources are inadequate to meet the full cost of their education.