University of Phoenix - Sacramento Valley

106 reviews
University of Phoenix - Sacramento Valley is ...
Private for-profit
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2860 Gateway Oaks Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833


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The school, faculty, and learning resources available to students to complete our program are excellent in every aspect! I recommend this university to anyone who wants to come back to school to further their career or change their current career, but does not due to everyday life obstacles. This university works with your schedule and helps you obtain the goals you have set for yourself!
  • Junior
  • 2 months ago
I have just started the LVN-BSN bridge program at the Modesto-Salida campus. Class time is very flexible. Worth going here! LVN-BSN bridge program only opens up 2-3 times a year, so stay up-to-date with your enrollment advisor!
  • College Sophomore
  • Sep 1 2015
The only resources on our campus are the Student Resource Center (SRC), Student Workshops, Tutoring, symposiums, use of Learning Team (study rooms), and the Vending Machine Room.
The SRC is great. We can print up to 200 pages per day, free. There are usually plenty of computers available.
Student Workshops - I attended several workshops (APA, reading comprehension) when I first enrolled, and since have completed several online (3-day) workshops. The on-campus ones are every 2nd Saturday, and online are convenient and easy to schedule.
Tutoring -only used it once or twice because the ones I need occur on th night I have class.
I have attended two symposium, which were great. The downside: they take place during the day and the school does not offer continuing education credits.
Learning Team rooms - There are different sized rooms. They require reservation between noon - 10:00 pm. I use these by myself or for team meetings. Only the rooms in the SRC have computers.
Vending Machine Rooms-There are two; one upstairs is smaller than the other. The larger room has two free coffee machines, cold/hot water dispenser, microwave, two soda machines, and a health and regular snack vending machine. Also, tea bags and creamer/sugar, etc are free.
  • College Senior
  • June 9 2013