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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2016

I started my degree program when I was 39 years old. I was scared and worried, that because it was online that I would not be able to do the work or keep up. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it ended up being for me, and how much help was offered throughout each of my degree programs. The teachers are very helpful and always present when needed, as are the Academic advisers and Financial advisers. It turned out that the online program was just the right for me and my busy schedule. If you are looking to go to school and need something that works with your work and family schedule, then online classes are the way to go, and University of Phoenix is a great school. I have been offered many new and exciting business ventures since graduation.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Health and Medical Administrative Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

The university of Phoenix provide excellent support to the students in learning and preparing them for the future in his or her career paths. Also, allowing extra resources for students to learn and experience in turning in assignments, researching topics, and communications is the key to success. University of phoenix is a great school and the comparison between online classes and in campus classes talks a lot of different experiences because is more convenience and you work at your own space. I feel the academic advisors are very supportive in keeping track of your grade progress between the weeks that are required for each class if they see any concerns they will put they effort in contacting you to see if theres any questions or concerns needed to be answer, and the honesty I love it. In the experience I went through I was in and out because of my health and having the supportive team made me keep going without having no excused for it in other words it motivated me more to finished faster.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Human Development, Family Studies, and Related Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2018

I greatly appreciate University of Phoenix I've never thought in a lifetime that I I could graduate and accomplish dream in a million years I am so glad very humble so excited to attend and University I'm so used to attending 9 month programs colleges attend I tried Concorde College medical assistant Program 9 months great School perfect attendance I also attend America Career College I was so used to attending quick and easy education today I can say I'm so proud to be Phoenix thank you

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Degree: Project Management
Graduation Year: 2015

The University of Phoenix provided me with the flexibility I needed in order to pursue my degree post military. When beginning my journey at the university I had a plan to finish my degree and gain a quality education. I can attest that the university ensures those who want a quality education will receive one. Five week courses can be a challenging at times with the requirements. I personally took 2 and sometimes three course at a time so I would be overwhelmed at times but, the ability to excel in these course were worthwhile. The university has had bad press and a slandered reputation in the past and currently, however, the information taught and retained by me has provided me with a education and degree that I am personally proud of. The real world experiences I gathered from instructors and mentors I have meet through this university show that there is quality that can be found in for-profit colleges. In today's society a college degree alone is sometimes not enough to get ahead, you need the experience and network to do so. However, without the education you will hit a brick ceiling at some point, which is why I decided to not only complete my bachelors but, to also pursue my MBA. Education is very important and should not be taken lightly but, we must always remember to start some sort of career path early to gain experience in some capacity whether it be full/part-time work, internships or volunteering. With universities like Phoenix and others flexibility is possible and greatly assisted me as a full-time worker, husband, and farther.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2013

I really enjoyed the curriculum and feel that I learned a lot. The problem I had was that I signed up to go to class on campus. Halfway through my program I was told that I would have to attend the rest of my program online. I was really upset that I was being forced to finish my program online and the cost was more than the classroom setting, not to mention the additional work load. I was dissatisfied with Phoenix and I would not go back or recommend them to anyone!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2016

I finished my BSBM and MBA with UoP. Not at any time did I have any administrative difficulties. I did have a couple of run-ins with dead beat team members. My only complaint is that when I identified these nae-do-wells the instructors were not as helpful as they could have been. In the BSBM program I was in the "ground school" so dead beats were not that much of a problem. I read comments from those who are complaining and I find most just a bunch of cream puffs that complain about everything. UoP is a regionally accredited school and meet the same requirements of other big name schools. My advice, stop complaining.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2016

One of the major benefits of a business degree is its resourcefulness and application to the real world. A business degree can help to launching a career in several different industries. The University of Phoenix has given me the tools and opportunities in obtaining my goals. The school structure and pace was what I was looking for and needed, because I had a full-time job and was a parent. Time managing is the key to your success and the University of Phoenix flexible classes fitted within my everyday schedule.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2020

This program at University of Phoenix has so far been an amazing experience. I love how the classes are so easy to follow. The teachers and staff are friendly and very helpful. There is not a lot of negatives I can say about this school. I am so glad that I decided to go there.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2017

University of Phoenix is very pro-Military and do a great job working with our Veterans. The classes are very flexible and great for working parents. The only issue is the cost and some of the study material. UOP is very expensive and some of the material and teaching is not in depth at all.

2 out of 5
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Degree: General Studies
Graduation Year: 2017

I have had a good experience up until now. I decided to leave the school back in May to go to a local community school. I was told I could not leave unless I wanted to pay for my upcoming classes. They take your financial aid and block it off into four classes and you have to take those four or you have to pay if you leave. I took a leave of absence and I am now finishing my last class. I have been told that I have to pay to finish this class because some of my money is gone since I took a leave of absence. I filled my forms out so this would not happen. When I told my financial adviser I needed her supervisor things changed. Some of my money has re-appeared, but I am still having too pay. I want my money back and I do not feel that I should pay for a class I am not taking. I have been emailing my academic advisor and can not get him to respond to me. I keep getting you need to contact this person or this person and those people are ALL out of the office. What good is that. At first I would have recommended this school but now I would not. Save your money and go somewhere else.

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