Location
Oklahoma City, OK
Undergrads
536
Tuition
$10,240
Branch Campus Of
University of Phoenix
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Reviews 64 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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3 College Junior

Online Courses: Never had an online course.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The campus resources are okay.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computer network is fine.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The academic flexibility at my college is okay.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: The experience at my school is okay.

3 College Junior

Student Body: The students at my college are okay.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The classes I am taking for my major are fine.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The curriculum at my college is okay.

3 College Junior

Career Services: They are okay from what I hear.

4 College Freshman

Career Services: The career center is wonderful. Before starting into the students major (while taking the basic courses) University of Phoenix has a special course that centers around the Career Center and the Job prospects. The student takes an online survey that is based on:

1) Personality and values

2) Type of work he/she likes (dealing with people, or working individually)

3) Personal thoughts on problems that may rise by surprise

4) How an individual would handle certain issue/problem

Then the career center would generate different types of job titles and the degree(s) each job title required to make sure that individual was working towards the correct major. If the job title was not in that list, then it offered a different search engine to look up the titles job requirements.

After completing the Career center and finding out the requirements for that field it generated the job prospects in State the individual wanted to work in. If there was not any jobs in that State it would ask if the individual was willing to relocate. If the answer was "yes" it would generate the States with the highest percentage for that field.

I believe that program is very helpful in making sure that individual was getting the correct information.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: My academic and financial advisor helped me through the hideous amount of paperwork that had to be filled out (online) to receive government aid, and my FA (financial advisor) took me through the step-by-step on the student loan paperwork. She explained every detail and answered all of my questions without getting (or looking) frustrated. The University of Phoenix is a very expensive college and it would be nice if the school would lower the price of the courses, but the school makes up for that part with offering such wonderful resources that help each student succeed (only if that student wants to succeed). The only thing I have a semi-bad experience with is how long it takes to get the extra portion (left over after paying the school) sent to me.

5 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I did not have any credits that needed to be transferred, but my academic councilor checked with my past college to make sure (which was something she did not have to do). The flexibility of classes were wonderful, which was something I was very worried about when first contacting the school. The only frustration that I had was the fact that I had to retake the beginning basic courses, but that was due to how long it had been since my previous college.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The resources on campus are the same as is offered to the students that are doing it online. Both are offered live tutoring and one-on-one tutoring. Unlimited access to the computer resource center. Nice rooms for study groups, and quiet rooms for individuals to do his/her school work inside. The resource center offers headsets to individuals who have to look up videos or need to listen to tutorials that explain step-by-step instructions. The resources that are offered is unlimited, ranging from tutorial guides to writepoint/plagiarism checkers.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The printing on campus is limited, an individual is only allowed a certain number of paper. The speed of the internet is slow, but mainly due to the many students that are using the computers at the resource center. The network is checked and maintained on a weekly/bi-weekly schedule to insure that there is not an issue with the site. There are a number of computers available for students, and the printers are only a few (but there has never been an issue where someone had to wait to print out what is needed).

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My favorite experience is how the instructors care about each of his/her students, and try to make sure that he/she understands the course that is being taught to him/her. What makes the University of Phoenix so unique is all the resources that are there to help a student succeed in his/her college career. I am more than satisfied with the college I have chosen and would not change. There is only one thing I would change about the University of Phoenix, and that would be for it to be more affordable for individuals.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am working towards a Bachelors in Criminal justice,also working towards a Major in Psychology so that I can become a Forensic Psychologist. There are not many students going into that field. Right now the case load is light, but is starting to become a bit more. The job opportunities are few in the State of Oklahoma, but I am willing to relocate when the time comes for job searching.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The class registration process is simple and University of Phoenix offers new students a free application process. Which is great for an individual that cannot come up with the money right a way. The University offers online Live Tutors as well as one-on one tutors for a student that is having some trouble understanding that particular course. Certain classes have students group into teams and also provides team assignments that are graded and counts towards the credits for that particular course. The instructors/professors that work there are very helpful and make sure each student has his/her contact information in case there is some confusion on what needs to be done on individual assignments, and will also set aside a certain time to talk one-on-one with the student before/after class. The programs that I have found that many students are majoring in Business Management and Nursing.

4 College Freshman

Facilities: Personally speaking, I believe the academic advisors that the University of Phoenix appoints to each student is very helpful. The AA (academic advisor) helps coach the individual through out his/her college experience. The first two years the AA is calling on a weekly/bi-weekly to keep updated on the experience that the individual is going through. If there were any type of complication the AA tries to help the individual, if the AA is not able to find a solution then he/she goes that extra mile by calling directors and setting up meetings between the director and the student.

The only issue I find disappointing is that the University of Phoenix does not recycle, but that is something I am working on and hopefully will succeed at changing.

4 College Freshman

Student Body: The student body is well grounded. The level of acceptance from a diverse background is accepted with ease and makes the individual fit in with the rest of the students/peers. I have yet to experience any challenges in the year I have been going to the University of Phoenix.

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: The online course are great to use when an individual has an active schedule, but it takes away from the one-on-one contact with people. That type of contact is very important, especially when majoring in fields that will have the individual dealing with people on a day to day basis. However, the programs and resources give the individual the experience needed when dealing with technology.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Everything you need and anything you need help with everything is provided.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I believe you get what you pay for and I am paying for the best education that I can receive.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Love everything they offer for students.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: I love this school, they just need to help students more with scholarships.

3 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education i am getting is very efficient and they focus on helping each student achieve there goals, but i do feel that my school is expensive. The school hours works very well with my schedule though. I use finanicla aid and loans to help pay for my courses. It gets difficult at times for all the applying for money but i need it to finish school. I am determined and will do whatever i need to do to pay for school.

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