Bryant & Stratton College was founded in 1854 as a business institute. In the more than 150 years since, the institution has become an accredited degree-granting college, graduated American icons, such as John D. Rockafeller and Henry Ford, and expanded to 18 locations across Ohio, New York, Wisconsin and Virginia, and even launched other institutions like Bryant University and Chancellor University. Today, student living at Bryant & Stratton College includes study toward a two-year or four-year program in a wide variety of professional fields. Several locations around Ohio alone, give students a choice when deciding on a comfortable and convenient college apartment.
Despite the school's roots in business, those with a college apartment now enjoy a choice between 8 bachelor's degree programs and 18 associates degree programs when they enroll at Bryant & Stratton. These programs run the gamut from Accounting and Business, to Criminal Justice and Nursing, to Restaurant and Hotel Management. In addition, the school offers a flexible schedule to accommodate all types of students and student living situations.
An off campus apartment is available near any of the school's Ohio locations, which include Cleveland, Eastlake, and Parma. In addition, Bryant & Stratton College will open a new location in Akron, Ohio in 2012. A college apartment in Cleveland puts students on Euclid Avenue, near East 30th Street. This location, adjacent to the Fine Arts center and the PASHA Cafe, puts students right into the heart of their new community.
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