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Bryant & Stratton College
Established 1854
Type Proprietary
President John Staschak
Chairman Bryant Prentiss III
Students approx. 3,000
Undergraduates 3,000
Location Buffalo (main campus of 15 campuses), New York, USA
Campus city
Colors blue and white
Mascot Bobcats
Affiliations Association of Proprietary Colleges, ERCBEC
Website http://www.bryantstratton.edu

Bryant & Stratton College is a proprietary college with campuses in New York, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin. Founded in 1854, the college offers two-year programs at all campuses and four-year programs at select campuses. This school began as a business institute but now is an accredited degree-granting college. [1]

Graduates of Folsom Business College in Cleveland, Ohio purchased Folsom Business College and established a number of business schools that operated under the name of Bryant & Stratton & Co's chain of International Commercial Colleges in most major US cities. By 1864 as many as 50 schools existed. Tuition was $40 for an entire program of study. [2]

Several other institutions trace their roots to Bryant & Stratton, including Chancellor University[3] and Bryant University.[4]

Bryant & Stratton College was founded in 1854 to provide practical workplace education, and was formerly known as Bryant and Stratton and Bryant & Stratton.

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List of campuses

Bryant & Stratton College locations [5]

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New York

  • Albany
  • Amherst
  • Buffalo (referred to as Downtown campus, this was the original Bryant and Stratton location)
  • Greece
  • Henrietta
  • Orchard Park (referred to as Southtowns)
  • North Syracuse
  • Syracuse

Ohio

  • Cleveland
  • Eastlake (Moved from Willoughby Hills in August, 2008)
  • Parma

Virginia

  • Richmond
  • Virginia Beach

Wisconsin

  • Bayshore (Glendale)
  • Milwaukee
  • Wauwatosa

Online

  • The college also provides selected degrees over the Internet and call this their online campus. It was the first college to host an on-line graduation ceremony on Second Life.[6]

Notable alumni

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External links


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