College Freshman 2013-10-31T20:48:16Z
They have classes I think everyday of the week for your convenience.
College Junior 2013-06-27T15:44:12Z
My major is business management, a pretty popular major for the school. The workload can be challenging with a full time job because you are fitting a semester worth of reading into five weeks. You have to stay on top of things or its easy to get behind. The curriculum has been good so far, all my classes have been interesting and i like that they give you a plan of classes from when you start to when you graduate so you know exactly what you are taking when.
College Junior 2013-06-27T15:41:17Z
I like phoenix because for the most part they have high standard. I think that if you get a D or you go on academic probation, but this hasn't been a problem for me. The teachers want you to succeed and will work with you if you are having difficulties. Also the benefit of team assignments are that your team can help you, and it motivates you to do your work and not let them down.
College Junior 2013-06-27T15:38:02Z
You can't really compare Phoenix to a regular school because it is a night school for people with full time jobs.
Athletic center- none
student center- we have a break room, vending machines, and a food truck comes every night during break
libraries- online, 2nd biggest in the country
campus activities- math/writing labs
aesthetics- its pretty and the classrooms are nice and have current technologies.
College Junior 2013-06-27T15:32:43Z
On campus there is a small computer lab, but it is enough for how many people use it. There is a nice break room with vending machines, and there are many workshops such as for writing and math tutoring that are free if you need help.
College Junior 2013-06-27T15:31:25Z
I transferred from a public school, and Phoenix is so much better. The class sizes are small, you get to know your professors and classmates really well, and believe it or not i actually have come to like working on teams. That's another huge difference, is that every week of every class has a team assignment. I love that it's accelerated and you only take on class at a time too. My advisors are also way better than before. They actually care about you, as opposed to treating you like you're wasting their time.
College Senior 2013-05-23T17:01:01Z
Before knowing anything about University of Phoenix, I assumed that the whole enrollment process would be such a hassle and would be frustrating. Once I spoke with an enrollment adviser, my assumptions proved to be wrong. UOP requested my transcripts and I just needed to do my job of filling out the online application. I had absolutely no problems with my enrollment. Once I was matriculated at UOP, my academic adviser created my schedule for my entire program. I told him my availability and he worked out my schedule which does not conflict with any of my other obligations, i.e. work schedule and mother duties.
College Senior 2013-05-23T16:56:18Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
At the University of Phoenix, they make it very accessible for a working adult and parent to attend college. I was not looking to go back to school until 2014, but an enrollment adviser contacted me on a Monday and I was enrolled by Friday of the same week. I was hesitant because I did not know how I would be able to afford going back to school. My success team, which includes my enrollment adviser, academic adviser, and financial adviser, all helped me to realize that this was the best decision I can make at this point in time. My financial adviser walked me through every step to complete the financial aid process and loan process. All of my advisers are easily accessible and if I cannot reach one adviser, I can contact one of my other advisers and they provide me with an answer to a question that is not necessarily their area of expertise (i.e. enrollment adviser helps explain subsidize and unsubsidized loans).
College Sophomore 2013-05-05T12:37:34Z
I go to the campus part of the school and I love it. I like my classmates, I get my homework done early every week, and I like meeting new instructors within each new class.
College Sophomore 2013-05-05T12:31:47Z
It is a one night a week type of school for those who work a lot. We work on one subject at a time for 5 weeks and we do a lot of oral presentations. My public speaking has gotten much better since attending this school.
College Sophomore 2013-05-05T12:27:53Z
The school I attend is mainly online so the only source on campus that the students have is the computer lab. However, the school does offer us career and scholarship workshops.
College Sophomore 2013-05-05T12:23:03Z
My school system relies on the usage of computers, therefore everything I need for research and all my assignments are at my convenience. There are labs for writing excellence and math labs on my school website and I have access to an online library. Also, I can access my grades and resources to help me with my homework, such as peer review articles in the library and so forth.
College Junior 2013-03-20T21:39:39Z
Have not participated in any of the career services offered.
College Junior 2013-03-20T21:38:18Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I look at tuition as an investment to your future, if you are not ready...don't waste your time or money. Life happens, so as soon as you feel its about to get in the way...be sure to request an LOA.
COMMUNICATE & ASK QUESTIONS before you sign on the dotted line. It will provide clarity.
College Junior 2013-03-20T21:35:02Z
those computers move slow, so plan for delays when you visit the computer lab.
College Junior 2013-03-20T21:18:11Z
I think that the relationships between academic & financial aide counselors should be more personable. It should be mandatory to meet with both at least once a month, just to touch bases and become familiar with who you are working with.
College Junior 2013-03-20T21:14:06Z
I am in my sophomore year, and so far I have no complaints. The program works great for me, of course there is room for growth but nothing that is a deal breaker.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-15T05:04:29Z
I am a business major and most of my classes have benefited my major.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-15T04:52:52Z
My school has the Center of Math excellence and the Center of Writing Excellence which are very helpful to me.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-15T04:40:55Z
I am an online student and I do all my studying at home.
College Junior 2012-10-20T18:42:02Z
The student body at phoenix are very respectful and nice and whenever the students need help with something they are there to help.
College Junior 2012-10-20T18:37:05Z
I give University of Phoenix an A+ because i really like how the classes are small, the teachers are there to help the student whenever he or she needs it, the counselors are comitteed to the students success and always do update calls to see how the student is doing, and just overall i like the degree program.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-26T00:11:21Z
Small Settings Perfect – small settings makes it intimate and easy to work around. well organized and clean.
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-26T00:10:15Z
Ideal Settings – small group, knowldegeable professors with live experience makes it easier to learn
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-26T00:09:33Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
On Time Delivery – education is worth the pay. financial aid reps are very attentive and supportive.
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