Obtain your four-year degree through the Kentucky Community and Technical College System and Strayer University
Preparing yourself for a successful career in a demanding job market requires advanced education. You have taken the first step by earning your associate’s degree from the Kentucky Community and Technical College System. Strayer University and the Kentucky Community and Technical College System have designed an articulation agreement to facilitate you taking the second step, earning your bachelor’s degree from Strayer University.
- Upgrade your Associate’s Degree to a Bachelor’s Degree without losing credit. When you apply to a related program at Strayer University, all the credits you earned in completing your associate’s degree program at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System will be accepted by Strayer University. We strive to ensure members of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System an easy transfer to Strayer University, including the opportunity to take courses at any of Strayer University's multiple campuses or online through the Internet. College credit also may be granted based on your work and life learning experiences.
- Your education can be affordable. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System / Strayer University Articulation Agreement provides an affordable way for you to earn a four-year degree, by completing the first two years at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System and the second two years at Strayer University. Both educational institutions offer many financial assistance programs to eligible students. Also, under the agreement your application fee to Strayer University is waived.
- Earn your four-year degree from an accredited institution. Strayer University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. 267-284-5000), which is one of the six regional accrediting bodies in the United States. The Commission is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. To find out more, visit the Middle States Commission web site at www.msche.org.