Stratford's home study courses are truly ideal for today's busy adult. On this page, you can gain further insight into how easily a Stratford program can fit into your life.
Before You Begin...
Admissions Policy: Stratford has an open entrance policy. We believe that any adult who feels that he or she has the potential and capability to benefit from their selected program should be given the opportunity to continue their education. However, as a general rule, students should have a minimum of eight years of formal schooling.
There are three easy ways to enroll:
Online - Enroll Online using our secure website.
Phone - Speak with an Enrollment Advisor 1-800-254-4070
Mail - Complete an enrollment form and mail it in with your low down payment.
Persons under the age of 18 must obtain the written signature of a parent or legal guardian in order to enroll in a Stratford course. If you would like more information, please contact our Admissions Department at 1-800-254-4070. Also, please note that students outside of the U.S. and Canada must pay in full upon enrollment.
2. Start studying! All of the educational materials needed to complete your course are provided digitally in our online student center, eService, and/or shipped directly to you. Most enrollments are successfully processed within 48 hours. Availability of online content depends on your program of study. There are never any shipping/handling charges.
3. Complete your exams. You can submit your exams using our online student center, eService, or by sending them in the mail. Online exams are graded immediately. Stratford's qualified instructors are available by toll-free phone or e-mail whenever you have a question. Once you pass your exams in a module, your next module will automatically be triggered for delivery.
4. Graduate! Get your Career Diploma. Successfully pass all of your exams and complete all of your tuition payments, and you will receive your personalized career diploma. Some students finish their course in as little as six months, others take longer. Stratford expects students to complete their studies within two years.