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Knoxville, TN

The future of education is here

At Strayer, you can discover degrees designed for your life today – and for your career tomorrow. Our Knoxville campus is equipped with a computer lab, printers, and a library — perfect for when you need a quiet place to study. We also have on-site staff to help you with everything from admissions to schedule management. We’re located off I-40 in downtown Knoxville. Schedule your visit today.

Fall classes start on October 6

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Start-to-finish support

Your admissions officer and student services coach will mentor, motivate and support you from enrollment to the day you graduate. 

Select on-campus courses

We offer select on-campus courses, so you can connect with professors and classmates face-to-face. Contact us to learn more about on-campus courses.

On-campus activities

We have a ping-pong table and video game system available on campus for you to use. It’s a great way to connect with fellow students.

Knoxville, TN campus

Hours

Monday–Thursday 9 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Nearby
Public transportation:
The local tram has drop-off and pick-up points only a block away from campus.
Parking:
Paid parking is available in several parking lots and garages near campus.
Driving directions:
Take I-40 to James White Parkway and take the Cumberland Avenue exit. Our campus is next to the retail mall.
Neighborhood:
We’re a few blocks south of Market Square, near a lot of eateries and across the street from The Bijou Theater.

Online degrees with on-campus support

Pursuing your online degree doesn’t have to be lonely. We offer select courses on campus, so you can enjoy face-to-face support and camaraderie of a classroom. Ask your admissions officer which courses are available on campus.

Knoxville campus amenities

Tutoring

Get tutoring from subject matter experts. Tutoring is offered to fit your schedule, so check your nearby campus for availability.  

Admissions assistance

Navigate the enrollment process with the support you need. We’ll match you with an admissions officer who will get you on the road to your degree after getting to know you and your educational goals.

Financial assistance

Getting a degree is a big investment, but it doesn’t have to get in the way of your dream. Our financial aid advisors can help you find ways to make your degree more affordable.

On-site faculty

Have a question about your coursework? Visit your professor during office hours and get answers fast.

Wi-Fi access

Easily connect to high-speed internet via the campus Wi-Fi, as you work through homework or if you just need a study break.  

Guidance to graduation day

As your first quarter wraps up, you’ll be paired with a student services coach who will mentor, motivate and guide you as you advance toward your degree. Learn how your coach can help you graduate.

Student lounge

Enjoy a bright and sunny space to study and socialize with your fellow students.

Study spots

From a quiet corner in the library to the student lounge to lively coffee shops nearby, you’ll find just the right place to study.

The classroom experience

We offer select courses here on campus to give you the support and community you need. Classes are held in the evenings and sometimes weekends — and are taught by faculty with real-world experience.

Computer lab access

Need some tech to complete your assignments or check email? Visit the campus computer lab to access state-of-the-art computer systems, high-speed internet, popular software programs and printers.

Experience the Strayer difference

Save on your degree

For every three classes you pass, you’ll earn one on us at the end of your program. Eligibility and participation rules apply.

Start with a laptop on us

Every eligible student enrolling in a bachelor’s program gets a new laptop and Microsoft software package. Eligibility requirements apply.

Bingeworthy courses

Learning comes to life through short, documentary-style videos that blend core subject matter with stories about real people.