College Senior 2012-11-14T18:23:19Z
They have a library online full of good resources but the search for the library doesn't work to well.
College Senior 2012-11-14T18:21:40Z
Everyone is focused on completing there degrees. We have nothing but serious adults who have full time jobs and a family.
College Senior 2012-11-14T18:20:02Z
They have classes available every night of the week. You only have one class a week. The classes are 6pm til 10 pm.
College Senior 2012-10-28T08:34:10Z
I have had an overall good experience in this area. Everyone has been very helpful in offering different solutions and options.
College Senior 2012-10-28T08:32:05Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education and learning experiences are worth the money. Communication regarding financial aid , can be misunderstood as for as correct Forms and deadlines go. Other than that, I have a good experience with my team (enrollment, academic and financial advisors).
Recent Alumnus 2011-08-02T15:58:43Z
I am unaware of any career services or job prospect services at this time. I am a Junior so maybe I'll be privy to this information then. I can say, that I contacted the on-campus, professional office to inquire about any positions that may be available. I was told that they only hire people WITH a degree, which I think is rediculous; if Im attending your school - why wouldnt you consider me for office postions - dependent on my job experience AND enrollment.
Recent Alumnus 2011-08-02T15:52:32Z
Campus Network Reliability – I have been a student since January 2010; the network has experienced few problems and wireless access and speed are better than sufficient. However, using computers in the lab is a different story - they have MAC computers running HP; everytime Ive tried to do something in the lab; the computer siezes, resulting in loss of work. If I did not have my own, personal computer I would not continue with this school.
Recent Alumnus 2011-08-02T15:31:30Z
Phoenix Curriculum, Workload, Instructors and Academic Advisors – Because the curriculum is set up as one class, for five weeks, and then on to the next class - the workload CAN be enormous; some classes could easily be broken into two classes. However, the courses are very complete, the instructors - for the most part - are approachable and well-versed in subject matter. Academic Advisors are not on the ball, for the most part. So far, I have not been negatively impacted by their lack of ..... involvement (I rarely hear from mine) - but other students have experienced issues, as they near graduation - all of a sudden they have a number of elective courses, etc., to complete. Overall, the Academic Advisor element is not well organized and does not share the "B+" that I can rate the rest of the experience.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-18T21:42:14Z
Great School – I like having one class at a time and the real world application of the learning
Recent Alumnus 2010-06-24T18:16:23Z
There isn't really anything unique about Phoenix except that the classes are small.
Recent Alumnus 2010-06-24T18:14:52Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education I am getting is not well worth the money. I have financial aid which does help out. I am going to get by Bachelor's Degree in Accounting. I believe that all the money that is worth paying for that school should not be that much because the academic reps and financial advisors are not helpful and sometimes the work that we do does not relate to the class.
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