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4 College Sophomore

Student Body at University of Phoenix - Online: In my courses, I am interacting with students all over the country. I am currently living in a US Territory and my last class had someone currently living in Japan. Students are varying ages and from vastly different backgrounds.

5 College Sophomore

Student Body at University of Phoenix - Phoenix: Due to being an online student, this perspective will be strictly from that standpoint of interaction. To date I have encountered many diverse classmates. As a whole, the University of Phoenix is very pro active in acceptance and intermingling of students with regards to diversity.

4 College Junior

Student Body at University of Phoenix - Austin: For the most part I have had an overall great experience. I did have a negative run in with a fellow classmate, not much was done about it. The largest problems effect the students, because all of our learning is based on a working computer of some type, the professor don't really take that into account. The University is still working on the glitches, like the system going down and only affecting a certain page. There is also the constant advisor changes.

Even with all the things that get in the way and frustrate students, we stay because it is a good school, all the staff are incredibly nice and everyone is very helpful.

5 College Senior

Student Body at University of Phoenix - Phoenix: I have gotten to know many people of ethnicities. It is truly a great diverse school to go to.

4 College Senior

Student Body at University of Phoenix - Online: There are a wide range of different individuals enrolled in the online courses.


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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 8th
    Best Social Interaction
  • 32nd
    Most Career-Oriented Students
  • 61st
    Smartest Students
  • 179th
    Friendliest Students
  • 319th
    Most Outgoing Students

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

Aida Garcia
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The University of Phoenix offers a nontraditional campus, without the brick and mortar of everyday traditional campuses. But students have the choice of traditional campuses, and there are 200 campuses internationally to choose from. Foreign students or foreign exchange students benefit from this type of e-campus arrangement online and the flexibility it offers. The diversity of the campus also includes any student who is not able-bodied. ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) rules apply. Basically, the e-campus arrangement is a fit for any homebound student. The diversified arrangement of the e-campus accommodates people from all walks of life and every type of life situation. Plus, the e-campus offers instructional tutorials for those that are willing to apply themselves on an individual basis and at their own pace. 

The e-campus arrangement is so flexible that it's the student's choice of when to be online. There is strong emphasis on the communication process, and the e-campus environment develops students' organizational, communication, and planning skills in an individual and team environment. Students will have the opportunity to communicate to a class consisting of people from all over the world.

Facts & Statistics

Female Undergrads
Male Undergrads
Student Diversity
African American: 18%
Asian American: 2%
Hispanic: 8%
International: 2%
Native American: 1%
White: 36%
Unknown: 33%
Student Age Breakdown
Under 18: 0%
18-19: 2%
20-21: 4%
22-24: 10%
25+: 83%
Out-of-State Students
Typical Peers
Typical peers are very diverse in cultures, backgrounds, and age groups.
Student Organizations
LinkedIn offers a networking and academic club. They have frequent seminars that offer college credit.
ROTC Programs
Army ROTC: Not Available
Navy ROTC: Not Available
Air Force ROTC: Not Available
Did You Know?
The University offers a chat room where students can make conversation with all of their peers and school colleagues! In the chat room, you can talk about just about anything instead of the subject you are talking about in class!

Student Polls

I would say students at my school are    Based on 2,210 responses

Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
  • Career-oriented
  • Creative/artsy
  • Friendly
  • Fun
  • Geeky
  • Hardworking
  • Outgoing
  • Smart

How much social and academic interaction is there between students?    Based on 2,160 responses

  • 36% No interaction. My classes are all online or the students at my school are there to learn and then go home.
  • 40% Some interaction, but it's mostly in the classroom.
  • 24% A lot of interaction. Students participate in clubs, study together, and hang out.



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