Wyatt Anderson, from Rittman, Ohio, transferred to Stratford University to get his bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies and play for the Men’s Basketball team. One of the main reasons Wyatt chose Liberal Studies as his major is because it allows him to learn about various subjects and become a more well-rounded individual. “I have gotten to take courses ranging […]
Hey, Bryant! Can you tell us a bit about yourself? I’m 21, from a small town, and now studying at Stratford. I played soccer for four years, led the team, and also worked as a Resident Assistant. I tutor in business stuff and I’m part of the Stratford Investment group. Outside of school and work,
What motivated you to pursue Entrepreneurship and Management as your major? After completing high school, I found myself uncertain about my career path. Fortunately, I had the opportunity to benefit from the Virginia Promise offered by my alma mater, Fairfax High School. The Virginia Promise, a collaboration between Fairfax Schools and Stratford University, granted graduates
Originally from England, Zoe Madison Stewart is embracing her new life in the United States, serving as an assistant accountant at Downer USA in Virginia. Her aspirations include achieving full qualification as a Chartered Accountant. Zoe’s Journey to Professional Accounting Mastery Zoe found the perfect avenue for practical industry knowledge
Aria Miller is a junior Marketing major from Roanoke, VA. The College of Business at Stratford University recently interviewed Aria to learn more about her time at SU. Tell us a little about yourself! My name is Aria Miller, but my nicknames are Ari. I enjoy spending time outside hiking and downhill skiing. I love creating artwork and making
Monica’s Roots: A New Yorker in Virginia Born and raised in New York, I’ve called Virginia home for over 16 years, sharing my life with my husband Joseph and sons, Joseph and Jack. As the only child among five brothers to attend university later in life, I dedicated much of my time to putting others
Ethan Alexander Turner, a 2014 graduate, embarked on his professional journey as a software developer at LOTASO even before completing his final exam at Stratford University.
“I chose to go to attend the College of Business & Economics at Stratford University because when I visited the campus on Odyssey Day, in addition to falling in love with the campus, I also fell in love with the opportunities that were available to students.
Growing up in the Kentucky, Sophia Miller MBA ’19 had connections to Stratford University well before she received her Master of Business Administration there. In fact, her father worked with one of her future professors, Karen Mitchell, when Miller was young.