Archived Responses

The following represent the University’s responses to published articles and news stories that aired with inaccurate information or biased opinion. The University of Phoenix sets the record straight:

Marketplace

University of Phoenix Responds to Marketplace (November 2009):
University of Phoenix Response and Fact Check
What Others are Saying About ProPublica
Capital Research Center Report on ProPublica
 

Businessweek

University of Phoenix Responds to BusinessWeek (March 2009):
Letter to the Editor from President William J. Pepicello
Fact vs. Fiction
University of Phoenix Responds to Reason Magazine (July 2008)
 

My9 News

University of Phoenix Responds to My9 News (July 5, 2007)
 

San Jose Mercury News

University of Phoenix Responds to San Jose Mercury News (June 25, 2007)
 

New York Times

University of Phoenix Responds to New York Times (Feb. 18, 2007):
Letter to the Editor from President William J. Pepicello
Letter to the Public Editor from Dr. Jorge Klor de Alva
Fact Check of New York Times Article
"This Week in Education" blog: Did the NYT get it wrong on the University of Phoenix?

 

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