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Degree: Statistics
Graduation Year: 2011

Don't ever take a class from the University of Phoenix. What a waste of time and money. They promised support, both with tutors and online lectures and tutorials. They had none of that. Navigating the site was a nightmare. If I could go back, I would never have even considered them. What a waste. They didn't tell me I could buy my own book, so I was charged even more for that when i could have gotten it online for 20 bucks. A lack of information and communication. I didn't pay $1000 to have a professor to grade me on how well I read a book.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

I recently graduated with my Associates of Arts degree in Criminal Justice, and now I am currently pursuing my Bachelors in Criminal Justice with University of Phoenix online classes. I love that you can move at your own pace, and teachers are available online with various means of contacting them. There is many resources online available to help students survive through all their classes.

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Degree: MBA
Graduation Year: 2011

When I attended University of Phoenix I was dealing with a lot of health issues but I kept pushing to finish my MBA program. When I graduated from UoP I was so honored to walk across the stage with a smile on my face. 3 years later I obtained my dream job as a Financial Analyst due to my MBA.

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Degree: Human Resources Management and Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2008

By attending UoP, I was able to work full-time and attain my degree. I had a very good experience and had no issues with getting feedback or clarification on anything that I did not understand from any of my instructors. If you are dedicated and a self-starter, you should have no problems with your courses. I walked across the stage in July of 2008 and it was a great day for me. I was happy to be able to attend school and work full-time because I am a single parent.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2020

This school has gone down. Staff changes every three months. They misinform you of information that you need. WHAT HAPPEN? ON the focus of success. YOU ARE NOT IMPORTANT just a number!!!!! I am disappointed in this School, To deal with this kind of staff that passes you along and not focus on your future is hurtful.

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Degree: Family and Consumer Economics and Related Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

The college does not help you to learn and does not help when you have a problem with in instructor or school dispute, which they should offer you since you are taking out a loan. plus the school said I would only need 12,000 loan to complete this program but was putting me further in debt with more

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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2011

No problems at all attending the University of Phoenix while in the military. Really helped my career a lot. No problems at all attending the University of Phoenix while in the military. Really helped my career a lot. No problems at all attending the University of Phoenix while in the military. Really helped my career a lot.

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Degree: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

The classes are good, most instructors are helpful in the area of assisting each student, most not all. The degree program allows for a wide area of study that may be of help if the student decided to change degree. But I have had nothing but problems with the financial aid advisors, each time my grant is in, the FA will not place the entire amount due in my account she is always very slow about it, (months delayed) and recently lost (somehow) over two hundred dollars out of my grant amount and I am yet waiting for this to be recovered and placed in my account. Every time I call, the FA is rude, abrupt, and one more than on occasion very insulting. I told her that as an online student I needed the funds to keep my internet up as so I could continue classes without missing any of them and she told me "that is not my problem" and actually hung up. No one has or will give any exact answers as to what has happened to the funds owed to me and each time I call I am treated very unkindly and very unprofessional.

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2016

On August 15th, 2016, I just completed my Bachelors in Business Admin here at University of Phoenix and (in December 2016) will be pursuing an MBA with a concentration in Information Systems (IT). This scholarship will go along way to achieving this goal. Currently, I would be the first in my family to obtain a Masters Degree on any sort. Thank you for considering me as your choice.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2002

I am a Registered Nurse with Bachelors degree in Nursing. I did enroll and matriculated in University of Phoenix to earn a MSN degree in Nursing Education. The process of enrollment is seamless and federal financial aid is difficult due to a very low 14% student academic success rate in the University of Phoenix (fafsa.gov, 2016). The enrollment advisor, financial advisor, and academic advisor are well-trained to draw interested student into a hole that the student would turn his lifetime decision to pursue education to a worst day ever. My assumption from my experience and educated calculation(Please email me for more information) High volume of enrollees and low student academic success rate without the OFFICIAL FEDERAL STUDENT LOAN) are the mainframe to yield University income. I strongly suggest to any interested student to be very careful on this University.

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