Bryant & Stratton College

Bryant & Stratton College known as BSC, is a private for-profit college with campuses in New York, Ohio and Wisconsin, as well as an online campus. Founded in 1854, the college offers associate degree programs at all campuses and bachelor's degree programs at some campuses; the college is approved by the New York State Board of Regents and regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. John Collins Bryant, Henry Beadman Bryant, Henry Dwight Stratton were early graduates of Folsom Business College in Cleveland, which they purchased from Ezekiel G. Folsom, who founded his school in 1848. Folsom was a former student of Platt Rogers Spencer who developed a standardized style of writing useful in business transactions before the invention of the typewriter. Platt Spencer played a role in the formation of Bryant & Stratton College serving as a partner and teacher at the school which focused on bookkeeping and standardized penmanship. Bryant & Stratton College was organized in 1854 to provide practical workplace education, was known as Bryant and Stratton Business Institute.

A year they developed programs for women. The college became well known in the middle of the 19th century under Platt's influence. In addition to the Cleveland school and Stratton established 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 40 to 50 schools existed. Tuition was $40 for an entire program of study. According to AJ Angulo, the chain was not without controversy about its marketing and business practices, it declined in size after the death of Mr. Stratton. In 2009, Bryant & Stratton was the first college to host an online graduation ceremony on Second Life. In 2018, Bryant and Stratton opened a school in Racine, closed its downtown Milwaukee campus, moved its Cleveland campus to Solon in Ohio. Today, there are an online education division; the board chair of the school is Bryant Prentice III, great-great grandson of Dr. J. C. Bryant; the current president of Bryant & Stratton is Francis J. Felser, who has a doctorate from University of Phoenix.

And has worked in various capacities at the school for more than 25 years. Bryant & Stratton's online faculty consists of 30 full-time instructors and 407 part-time instructors; the Buffalo campus has 47 part-time instructors. Bryant & Stratton College offers Associate's and bachelor's degrees in healthcare, homeland security, legal studies, early childhood education and technology. According to the College Scorecard, Bryant & Stratton online has a 20 percent graduation rate, a 19 percent student loan repayment rate, a typical total debt after graduation of $23,055. College Navigator reports a 12 percent transfer-out rate. Bryant & Stratton College has Junior College Division II sports at several campuses and recruits high school students. Bryant & Stratton has two campuses with competitive esports, Hampton and Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Both campuses have invested in esports labs, students are being recruited for intercollegiate play. Notable students of the school include Henry Ford, R. J. Reynolds and Joseph E. Seagram.

Lou Blonger, crime boss Albert Elijah Dunning, theologian Henry Ford, car manufacturer, philanthropist John W. Harreld, senator James J. Heffernan, US representative Antonio Joseph, politician Shalrie Joseph, head coach of the Grenada national football team John D. Larkin, founder of Larkin Company J. L. R. McCollum, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly Timothy McVeigh, American domestic terrorist John William Moore, US representative R. J. Reynolds, tobacco manufacturer John D. Rockefeller, billionaire, philanthropist Arthur Schoellkopf, industrialist Joseph E. Seagram, Canadian businessman and politician Charles Woodruff, Brigadier General in the United States Army Bryant & Stratton launched its online division in 1997; the college provides selected degrees over the Internet. According to College Navigator 40 percent of BSC's students are participating as online students. New York State campuses can be found in Albany, Buffalo and six other locations. Ohio has four campuses, including Akron.

Virginia has campuses in Hampton and Virginia Beach. In Wisconsin, there are three campuses. In 2008, a private equity firm Parthenon Capital Partners bought a significant stake in the school; the firm was bought out by the Bryant & Stratton Limited Partnership in 2017. On April 3, 2015, Bryant & Stratton College was placed on a Department of Education list to have its finances more scrutinized. Colleges placed on this list have federal funding restricted due to concerns of their financial responsibility. Official website

Andover Town railway station

Andover Town railway station served the town of Andover in the English county of Hampshire. Located on the Andover to Redbridge Line over which the Midland and South Western Junction Railway had running powers, its closure left services to the town to the former Andover Junction station. Built by the Andover and Redbridge Railway, the station joined the London and South Western Railway and so was absorbed by the Southern Railway during the Grouping of 1923, although The M&SWJR was allocated to the Great Western Railway; the station passed on to the Southern Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948. The station was subsequently closed by the British Railways Board; the former site is now occupied by the A3057 dual carriageway. Oppitz, Leslie. Lost Railways of Hampshire. Countryside Books. ISBN 1-85306-689-3. Butt, R. V. J.. The Directory of Railway Stations: details every public and private passenger station, halt and stopping place and present. Sparkford: Patrick Stephens Ltd. ISBN 978-1-85260-508-7.

OCLC 60251199. Jowett, Alan. Jowett's Nationalised Railway Atlas. Penryn, Cornwall: Atlantic Transport Publishers. ISBN 978-0-906899-99-1. OCLC 228266687. Site and picture Station on navigable O. S. map