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Digital Marketing and Physical Therapist Assistant Degrees Come to Bryant & Stratton College

Students at Bryant & Stratton College will have the opportunity to pursue two new academic programs this fall as the school has announced programs in Digital Marketing and Physical Therapist Assistant.

The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program awards an associate in applied science (AAS) degree upon successful completion of the program, which is offered at Bryant & Stratton College campuses in New York (Orchard Park and Syracuse), Ohio (Parma) and Wisconsin (Wauwatosa).

Classes focus on the theory and practice utilized in a variety of healthcare settings through the assessment of skills, client/patient-centered and evidence-based interventions, as well as documentation and intervention planning. This structure ensures the program combines key in-class theory and hands-on, real-world scenarios. Read More…

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Earn up to $6,000 in Grants Towards your Medical Assisting Degree!

Bryant & Stratton College has recently introduced an exciting educational grant program for new Medical Assisting students who begin their degree program in May 2016.

Qualifying students enrolling in our Medical Assisting associate degree program will be eligible for up to $6,000 in funds, which will be awarded through the Medical Assisting Opportunity Grant Program. This new grant provides students valuable savings as they pursue a rewarding degree in Medical Assisting. Read More…

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Important Announcement Regarding Loan Forgiveness Scam

There are several companies currently targeting Bryant & Stratton College students and alumni purporting to assist with student loan forgiveness and consolidation.  These companies are unlawfully using Bryant & Stratton College’s name, logo, and photographs to create the impression that Bryant & Stratton College has endorsed or supports their fraudulent student loan forgiveness program. Read More…

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New Blended Programs at Bryant & Stratton College Combine the best of Campus and Online

Whether you’re trying to run errands, mow the lawn, make dinner or attend school; time is rarely on your side. So, rather than try to figure out how to fit a full time course load into your busy schedule, Bryant & Stratton College has an alternative.

We are proud to introduce two new blended degree programs for students pursuing an associate degree in Medical Reimbursement and Coding or Business. Our new blended programs provide students the fit and feel of a true on-campus degree program with the added flexibility and convenience of an online program. The hallmark of our blended degree programs is that students are only expected to be on campus one day a week. The rest of your coursework is completed online!

Students will take two classes at a time over a seven and a half week session. This schedule combines to equate to five full-time semesters, meaning you earn your degree in the same amount of time as a student who is going 100% on campus or online. Read More…

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December Web Clips – Job Search Tips and More

We’ve found a collection of articles from around the web that talk about job search tips, keys for acing finals and lots more. Give these a read so you have the edge in your next interview or when you’re sitting down to write a term paper. Read More…

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Women’s Basketball Debuts in the Polls as the Men Drop their First

The Bryant & Stratton College women’s basketball team vaulted into the NJCAA DII National Rankings for the first time this season, grabbing the 17th spot in the most recent poll.

Their place in the rankings is due, in part, to their back-to-back wins over Central Carolina Community College and Guilford Tech. BSC found their stifling defense and potent offense once again after their only loss of the year so far, a 75-50 defeat at the hands of ASA College. Read More…

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Men’s Basketball Continues their Run

Bryant & Stratton College’s winning ways almost came to an end at the Region X Blastoff at Sandhills on Sunday as the Bobcats squeezed by Davidson County Community College 67-66.

The one-point win pushed BSC’s record to 6-0 heading into the short Thanksgiving break.

Greg Heckstall led the way for the Bobcats, putting up 16 points, grabbing five rebounds and adding four assists. Heckstall’s 31 minutes paced the BSC lineup and only three other players saw over 20 minutes. Jaron Burnell added 10 key points off the bench in 24 minutes on the court, helping BSC sneak by DCCC. Read More…

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Men’s Basketball Proving their Ranking Right

Expectations were high for the Bryant & Stratton College men’s basketball team as they garnered a top-15 preseason ranking in the NJCAA. Through their first trio of games, the Bobcats have met expectations.

Wins over CCBC Catonsville, CCBC Dundalk and Vance-Granville Community College have staked the 14th ranked Bobcats to a 3-0 record with the victory over VGCC giving BSC their first conference victory.

Bench play has been a key for the Bobcats through their first three contests. There’s no better example than their season-opening win over CCBC Cantonsville when the Bobcats’ bench outpaced the starters 49-38. Eight bench players factored in with four seeing 15 minutes or more. Those four – Jaron Burnell, Mike Basnight, Romello Anderson and Shyheim Draughan – equaled the output of BSC’s starting five in the win.

It was more of the same in BSC’s 20-point victory over CCBC Dundalk and their 40-point thrashing of VGCC. No player in the starting five or the bench scored more than 20 points and only two players saw more than 25 minutes in either contest.

The focus now shifts to Guilford Tech tomorrow night, followed by back-to-back games the following weekend against Central Carolina and Davidson County. BSC’s balanced attack and deep bench will be on display once again as they look to extend their early win streak.

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Suffocating Defense Defines Early Season Success for Lady Bobcats

The Lady Bobcats basketball team is off to a hot start, winning their first five contests of the 2015-16 season.

The early returns for BSC have been nothing short of dominant. Averaging 77.8 points per game and only allowing an average of 39 ppg, the Lady Bobcats have established themselves as a force at both ends of the court.

Their most convincing victory came on November 8 against Thomas Nelson Community College as the Bobcats rolled to an 88-11 victory. The 11 points allowed drastically drops the average points allowed this season, but even with last week’s suffocating defensive performance factored in, the Bobcats are averaging just 46 points per game against. Read More…

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Bobcats Defeated in USCAA National Championship

The Bryant & Stratton College Bobcats fell short of their National Championship aspirations in a dramatic penalty kick defeat to the University of Maine-Fort Kent.

Despite playing much of the first half with a man advantage after a UMFK red card, the Bobcats couldn’t find the back of the net. BSC would eventually fall victim to a red card of their own and the sides would finish regulation and extra time with 10 players each.

As the golden goal overtimes played out just as regulation did, BSC and UMFK prepared for penalty kicks to determine the USCAA National Champion. Fernando Baptiste put BSC up with their very first kick, but the Bobcats were unable to convert another try. Meanwhile, UMFK leveled the penalties at one after Rodney Witner’s attempt and Stefan Petricevic would convert the winner on the Bengals’ last shot.

The championship loss took BSC one step closer than they were in 2014, losing in the national semifinals. While the sting of this year’s defeat will linger, the Bobcats will be prepared to take their final step to a title in 2016.

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