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3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid at University of Phoenix - Online: It is okay, but I believe that could charge less for tuition. I have noticed that a lot of students have the same problem that I am and that is they are coming up short with financial aid help for the amount of courses that we have to take to complete our jobs. If the university charged their students a lot less than they do now, they will see a huge change in their students behaviors and attitudes.

5 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid at University of Phoenix - Online: The education is expensive however it has allowed me to work full time, attended school and be a mother and wife. The financial aid advisors are helpful and easy to get a hold of.

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid at University of Phoenix - Online: I think the classes are affordable, and the financial aid has been great. Also, talking to my financial adviser is easy and she helps me understand where my money is going, and why.

5 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid at University of Phoenix - Atlanta: So far every question I have there is someone who is there that can help me. They email, call and keep in contact as each class passes. They have been on top of my classes and encourage and congratulate me as I pass classes with a "a". I have really enjoyed taking classes and like reading all the post from people who have graduated and are about to graduate with their positive response.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid at University of Phoenix - Phoenix: The financial process you are having to go on the FAFSFA website and resign any other forms every so often. I feel everything should stay the same. The next time the student may not qualify for help with tuition.

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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 790th
    Best Bang for Your Buck
  • 1711st
    Smoothest Financial Aid Process

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

Aida Garcia
Hometown
Anaheim
Major
Business
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What's so inviting about the University of Phoenix is that the administration explains the financial aid process before students enroll and encourages students to complete all applications prior to classes. This helps students so that they are not put in the middle of classes like traditional schools and are able to start at the start of classes. A FAFSA application for government assistance or grants is a crucial component to the financial aid process because not everyone can afford a higher learning degree. For more information on how to maximize a government grant with the FAFSA application, visit the Web site at: www.finaid.org/FAFSA/maximize/phtm.

Enrollment counselors are also a good resource in figuring out how to pay for school. The enrollment counselor can help students complete a portion of the enrollment and financial aid process. If all else fails, students can complete it themselves at the FAFSA government financial aid Web site, but the experience the first time around might be intimidating, so an enrollment counselor could help a student out and take him or her through the process step by step.

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Tips for Getting Aid
Visit University of Phoenix's Web site and also visit the reporting processes for FAFSA at www.finaid.org/FAFSA/maximize/phtm.
Did You Know?
  • Did you know that there are other credentialed programs, like certifications for teachers, at the University of Phoenix? Check it out. Students can get a grant or scholarship based on these programs. Plus, students will get more in grants from FAFSA applications if they complete a credentialed teacher program.
  • That FAFSA has a site available to students seeking financial aid to help and maximize your financial aid imbursement at http://www.finaid.org/fafsa/maximize.phtml

Student Polls

Have you come across any unexpected extra fees associated with going to school here?    Based on 2,606 responses

  • 11% Yes, major fees.
  • 23% There were a few minor fees.
  • 65% No, everything was straightforward.

Do you think you are getting your money's worth?    Based on 2,599 responses

  • 14% No
  • 86% Yes

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