Location
Phoenix, AZ
Undergrads
208,742
Tuition
$9,937
Branch Campus Of
University of Phoenix
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Reviews 10710 total reviews with an average rating of 4.0

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3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: Don't use campus at all.

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: I feel that the tuition should MUCH lower and the financial advisor needs to be up front with students regarding finances

3 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is very expensive and the financial aid is a difficult process.

3 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: I feel like i'm just a number and don't receive any assistance on how I can receive funds to complete my education. My financial aid exceeded its limited, so I need additional funding to complete my last 2 core class. My financial aid advisor and academic advisor is not giving the assistance I need.

3 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: The class/curriculum is very easy once you read/review the syllabus and follow the instruction. However, I'm having issues with financial aid which is very frustrating. My credits were transfer but 20 credits was not accepted by the University.

3 Recent Alumnus

Student Body: The student body at my school fluctuate depending on the class and group that a student is assigned too.

5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: They launched a new classroom layout recently, and though it took some time to get use to, it is very easy to navigate. I do prefer the old classroom, but this one is a little more convenient when it comes to turning in assignments. It is easy to see what you have posted, or if you want to respond to a specific classmate, you can find that easily as well. It is a lot different than being in an actual classroom, but since I work Monday through Friday 8 to 5, this is the easiest route for me.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Since I am not on the actual campus, I do not know what all resources are available, but the ones that are available online are amazing. We have an online library that is easy to access, centers for writing and math, online workshops, career help and more. I cannot list them all because I forget what all is available, but I know that I have not even begun to access all of them yet. I will use them to the fullest extent soon!

4 College Sophomore

Student Body: I take online classes, so I do not really get to see how people actually react to things, but as far as diversity goes, it is awesome. Every class you have someone from all states all over and we get a quick glimpse as to what it is like out there. It is pretty fantastic. I feel most people that I have taken classes with are smart, but sometimes we have those that are taking online classes because they think it is the easy route out. I do not feel that those people always belong in class because it drags us down sometimes.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I did feel at one point that the tuition was a little much, but once I saw all of the resources available and how all the books were electronic and did not have to pay extra for them, I realized I was definitely getting my money's worth out of it.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I take online classes, so I was afraid that the process would be frustrating and demanding. My enrollment advisor was the best and explained everything in detail. He kept me posted on what was next and then made sure that I understood the process. Once I started attending online classes, it was easy to log in and get started. Most of the teachers are very helpful and make sure that you get what you need. I had an issue with dealing with my financial advisor, it was either I got no response or things were happening with no explanation as to why. The school noticed my frustration when I completed the end of course surveys and made sure that I got everything handled properly from that point forward. As far as transferring credits, it was so easy. I only had one class to transfer over, but I just signed the form and gave it to UoP and everything else was handled by them. I had not worries and they let me know when it was accepted. This was a much easier experience than what I thought and I am very thankful for it.

4 College Senior

Career Services: While my exploration of this has not yet been terribly extensive, I have seen enough of it to know that there is always something going on, always opportunities, and always potential for students looking to make their mark. You can communicate easily with other alumni and look into job opportunities.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: One thing I will remember is that when I was first starting out, I was made to feel welcome immediately. My counselor walked me through the entire application process, financial aid, and some other things, and made a habit to check in on me every other week to see how I was doing and spend some time talking to me. I really felt valued. I enjoy the flexibility, but I miss being able to have more face-to-face interaction with my professors, though I knew I would be sacrificing that when I applied. It was just right for my situation, though, and I don't think I would have picked anything else given the opportunity.

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3 College Senior

Student Body: There is a lot of diversity and different opinions among the students, which is great and refreshing. However, I have found that there are always a good chunk every class that either do not participate at all or are very lazy. This is especially frustrating in later classes where learning teams are required and you can't get some to pull their own weight. However, I have also met a lot of really smart and amazing people in my classes as well, and will walk away remembering a lot of what they have said during classes.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: One thing about this school and its classes is just how flexible it is, and one reason why I have enjoyed taking courses there. I am able to do things at my own pace and on my own time. There are, of course, due dates and large projects, but they typically give you an adequate amount of time to get such things done.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I had a lot of help when I was first starting out with people going above and beyond to help me since my biggest hang-up about college was that I couldn't afford anything. Someone talked me through the entire process and I have had almost no hang-ups since then, and I am almost finished with my bachelor degree.

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4 College Senior

Overall Experience: There are some things that could use work and I earnestly believe the school tries to improve them, but otherwise, my experience has been pretty good. They try to offer opportunities and benefits to make it possible for you to succeed, which is appreciated.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: As I mentioned, there have been terrible professors, though all schools have those, unfortunately. However, for the most part, my experience has been positive and I have gotten along well with the professors, and there were quite a few exceptional ones that went above and beyond to communicate with students. The class sizes have usually been fine, and the class style is great for those who are self-disciplined and need flexibility. The courses specialize on the majors that are offers (business, nursing, IT, and so on), but they have a huge variety within those specializations.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The thing about the academics is that they are what you make of them. You have to work to get your education, especially because the online curriculum requires you to be self-motivated and well disciplined. As I said, the professors can sometimes be terrible, but I have overall had some great experiences. Registration is easy and if you have problems, there's always someone there to help. I have enjoyed extra assistance and materials to add on to what the class required.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: The thing I enjoy about studying IT classes online is that it already feels natural to be there. Your major is computer-oriented and you are learning it all from the computer. There are lectures and extra learning to make use of if needed, and there are multiple people in the IT forums willing to discuss and give advice about your major. The workload and curriculum have all been manageable, save for the programming class I took, though the professor I had was extremely uninvolved and unhelpful.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: For the most part, the classes have been great and I learned a lot. Occasionally, the professors could be atrocious and made it excruciating to get through the class, but that can and does unfortunately happen with any college. The learning teams are also atrocious, but despite them, I am still able to take a lot away from the classes themselves.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The library and resources are incredibly extensive, offering knowledge in so many forms it can at times be dizzying. There are video lectures, hundreds of peer-reviewed sources of information, and optional labs that can be made use of if you feel like you are not grasping the material as well as you would like.

Recent Alumnus

Student Body: I only take classes online.

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4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: My credits were easily transferred. My classes are flexible.

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5 Recent Alumnus

Career Services: The alumni advisor has been very helpful.

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