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4 College Junior

Campus Resources: I really enjoy the University of Phoenix online. It works with my life and my schedule. It is wonderful to be able to work full time, be a fulltime father, and still further my education. I love the teachers, they area always willing to help, the IT help desk is great anytime there is a problem. The only downfall I have is the group projects, but I also enjoy it because it is a part of like in dealing with other people. Overall it is a great school to attend.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: he professors are fair in their grading and always willing to help when needed. I have enjoyed my subjects but some of them have not been necessary because I studied them prior or the information was in repeated in classes. I do not like the group projects because there are always people in your group that would like to ride everyones coat tails to get through school and getting projects done on time is not important to them.

2 College Junior

Overall Experience: I do not like that idea of my grade relies of other students getting their work done. Most of our grades are from group papers. The age range and motivation varies in each group. I am paying a lot of money for school. I do not use career services due to the fact that I will find a job.

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: UoP offers extensive help for researching possible career choices.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The teachers are fair when it comes to the grades and they take time to answer questions even though we are online. The teachers are also good about being available offline as well.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The registration process was seamless and didn't require much on my end.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Since I am in in on-line schooling, the resources are great. It's nice to have tutoring and library resources available 24 hrs a day.

5 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: My transfers did not count because it was for culinary credits.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Rising prices make me rethink going to this school.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Most of the professors have been great. There are very small classes.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: So far online access to to different services have proved to be helpful.

3 College Freshman

Online Courses: Some course material is difficult to access. Unable to print some materials.

3 College Freshman

Student Body: Sometimes being in teams get in the way. Some students don't put forth the best effort in some teams.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Not being able to print out school material is very annoying. Prices of classes are rising with 1 month notice.

5 College Freshman

Career Services: Great career center, alumni network. Assistance with continued networking and career counseling. .

College Freshman

Academic Experience: I am in my second year, at the University of Phoenix, major specific courses begins in year 3 of the program.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Your classes are in order with start and ending dates, that can be accessed 24/7.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: Poor printing access. Student enrollment and attendance dropping fast.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The class curriculum was very important to me when I first enrolled at UoP, because I could not go back to school, if I ended up bored to death! I love the variety of classes offered for my Environmental Science major, as well as the electives I get to choose. I highly recommend visiting the University of Phoenix webpage to access available degree programs and courses, to make it easier to decide on a major. However, even if one gets it "wrong" the first time, the three week "trial" Orientation course has a career guidance week and includes a career aptitude test, which made me change my initial degree choice. Further, it gives one a really good idea what online college learning looks and feels like.

4 College Freshman

Academic Flexibility: I have been able to schedule my life around classes quite well. Being able to study online allows me to access learning materials and complete assignments any time of day or night. That comes in handy for those nights I suffer from insomnia! It is great to be home for my kids. I even get to home school my daughter. The only thing that has truly frustrated me at times is the hassle with learning teams. More specifically, non-participation of team members. There can, sometimes, be a need for excessive communication and double or triple workload, because some members will not respond to messages or complete their tasks needed to finish a team assignment. Quite a few times, we were coming up on deadlines and two out of five teammates had to complete the work of five people within the last 24 hours or less. I find that non-participation by the fourth day of the seven-day week should result in a zero for applicable non-participating students, since the team grade can significantly affect one's individual grade...

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Some of my favorite experiences include that my instructors actually appreciate my effort, provide encouragement, and drive conversations further. Most students are good communicators, kind and open to friendly debate. They come from very diverse backgrounds, which makes the whole learning experience even more rewarding. I decided to go back to school, when I started suffering from chronic pain and fatigue, which disallowed me from continuing my business as a professional massage therapist. Being able to do that allows me to improve my health while expanding my education with the goal of fulfilling a childhood dream. I always wanted to become a scientist, but until now, I never had the chance, financial backing or time. University of Phoenix online is convenient, affordable and a life saver for me, while I get my health back on track! Plus, I can be home with my kids!

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My overall experience has been great so far. I am coming up on my one year anniversary, and despite initial anxieties, I have been able to keep a 4.0 GPA. Academic support has been great. Classes have been very interesting and fun for the most part. Class sizes have varied between roughly 14 and 28 students. I love the diversity of the student body and the fact that I have classmates anywhere between 18 and retirement age. It is wonderful to be able to share with and learn from both! I have found that most instructors appreciate a student who actively engages in discussion, is willing to learn, and capable of critical thinking. I enjoy that a lot! Class materials are pretty easy to understand, and University of Phoenix offers free refresher programs and tutoring, just in case an individual is in need of it. I am having a much better experience than I ever had in high school!

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I absolutely loved my "initiation" into the online college world! My enrollment adviser was fantastic! He was very helpful with answering any questions I had, interested in me as a person, as well as my circumstances, compassionate and courteous. I am really feeling like my prospect of becoming an environmental scientist is really moving into perspective. I feel that I am getting closer to my career goal with every class I take! I took advantage of career guidance early on and it really put me on the right track. My academic advisers are always to listen to my experience and course correct as needed. I recently was invited to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and gratefully accepted! I feel very welcome, and the support is terrific!

4 College Freshman

Online Courses: I really like the online courses. I have an easy time learning and applying my knowledge. Discussions are great, as well. It seems that in some courses the class readings are available to download as an entire digital book. However, sometimes I can only download one chapter at a time, which can be a pain. Further, while I can easily access readings and other learning assignments on the PC or laptop, the fact that PDF documents cannot be unlocked on tablets or e-readers is ridiculous. That needs to change! For now, my disability accommodation will provide me with printed materials, which allow me to read without sitting in front of a computer, something that is hard for me to do for an extended period of time, but being able to access the textbooks on smaller digital devices would save some paper. After all, I am studying Environmental Science!

4 College Freshman

Student Body: Student body is very diverse in any shape or form, ethnicity, age, background and so forth. I have had mostly positive experiences. There is a tiny percentage of students who never seem to have seen the student rules of conduct. In the first required courses there were a few classes where I wondered how some students made it through high school. I suppose that admissions might want to require more than just the non-native English speakers an English proficiency test. I had to pay $99 out of pocket for my test, which I aced. However, I got frustrated at some American students' lack of spelling and inability to form a proper sentence. Now, that I am entering into more degree specific classes, the problem slowly seems to lessen.

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