There are 3.7 million unfilled jobs in America due to a lack of skilled workers. Learn how you can get an education to help solve this problem.
University of Phoenix experience
At University of Phoenix, we strive to make education work around your schedule to help you succeed academically. We offer flexible scheduling with the option to attend classes online or at a campus location near you, and student resources like our e-library and PhoenixConnect® academic social network. Watch these videos to learn what an education is like at the University.
Support to succeed
A strong support system can make all the difference. We offer support before you enroll in classes until graduation and beyond. From the day you start, Enrollment, Finance and Academic Advisors will help with everything from understanding your student loans to staying on track to graduate. And you can take advantage of our alumni network, which is one of the largest in the nation and offers networking and mentoring opportunities before you graduate.
The true value of an education is where it can take you. From evaluating the cost to finding ways to fund your education, University of Phoenix has financial planning tools and Finance Advisors to help you discover the cost of your education. Explore further and you’ll discover the advantages of our faculty, curriculum, corporate partnerships and more.
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Paying for school
Explore the financial options available to you, including financial aid, scholarships and federal and private loans.
Your graduation team
Learn about the team of advisors who are committed to helping you from day one through graduation.
VO: Finding time to earn a degree is hard with a busy schedule. But University of Phoenix degree programs, while challenging, are designed with the flexibility to help you succeed.
Divide study time anyway it’s convenient, so school fits your everyday reality.
Attend online or in the classroom with online support. Depending on your degree program, classes are generally five to nine weeks long. They start often, and you can study anytime, anywhere.
Contribute thoughtful responses to questions from your instructor three to five times a week.
Work with your Learning Team online for different perspectives. Complete your own assignments too, with online help like an e-library, designed specifically for our students, and the PhoenixConnect® academic social network.
You can also practice what you learn. Create a virtual company. Test new ideas. Or navigate scenarios to sharpen new skills.
With flexible study hours and your hard work, we’ll help prepare you for new career opportunities. Because from the beginning, University of Phoenix has designed degree programs that fit into the lives of busy students.
VO: At University of Phoenix, whether you study online or at one of over 100 locations, you’re never alone.
There’s a team to help you right away, starting with our Enrollment Advisors. They walk you through classes, study planning, scheduling, career insights ... even graduation tracking.
Then your Finance Advisor will help you understand tuition and payment options.
Once under way, your Academic Advisor is there to handle any day-to-day questions or concerns. All the way to graduation.
Consider this, too: Our faculty includes C-level executives and presidents, chiefs of police and district attorneys, teachers and principals, nurse practitioners and nursing chiefs.
Get motivation and advice from the most extensive alumni network of any university in the country. Meet graduates and fellow students at the many events held every year. It’s an alumni network built for students and graduates.
At University of Phoenix, whether you study online or on campus, you’re never alone.
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VO: How much does a University of Phoenix degree cost?
That varies based on your situation, so use our financial planning tools for specifics.
Get program costs, and see what you’ll pay to complete your degree.
Since there’s usually a loan involved, a Finance Advisor is available to help you understand the details and your responsibilities, as well as corporate tuition reimbursement and other assistance, such as scholarships.
And what’s a University of Phoenix degree worth? Consider this: Our faculty is made up of thousands of professionals with real-world work experience.
Our corporate relationships give us insight into the skills companies look for when hiring and promoting. Skills we build into our degree programs.
The curriculum of all programs is created and reviewed by subject experts. So everything is relevant to what’s happening in the workplace — designed to help you move your career forward.
How much does a University of Phoenix degree cost? We’ll help you figure that out. But knowing what it’s worth is what matters most.
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What do you want to do with the rest of your life?
Maybe you already have an answer. But if you don’t, that’s okay. We can help you figure it out.
When you get in touch with us, we’ll discuss your goals and dreams. If University of Phoenix is a good fit for you, we’ll explore some degree options together and help you find your ideal program. We’ll also talk about how you like to learn and discuss ways to fit school into your busy schedule, so you can make an informed decision about taking classes online, on-campus or both.
Once you’re sure about what you want to study, getting started is really simple. You can complete the entire enrollment process with an enrollment advisor. They’ll take you through it, step-by-step, help you fill out the admission forms, and be your go-to-person leading up to your first day of class. They’ll also set you up with your Graduation Team —your team of advisors that will support you all the way until graduation.
This is an on-demand education, available whenever you want to start. So you tell us when you’re ready. In the meantime, feel free to get in touch if you have any questions. And be sure to check out the Visiting Student Center on phoenix.edu, where you can get a glimpse of the resources available on eCampus for University of Phoenix students.
We realize everyone’s situation is a little bit different.
There maybe some financial resources available to you that you never knew about, which is why you’ll have a finance advisor that can guide you, step-by-step, through all of your options.
We can make this a little easier in a lot of ways. Our Cash Plan, for instance, allows you to pay for a single course at a time, rather than paying for a full-year or semester-at-once. And if your employer offers tuition assistance, we may be able to set up a third-party billing plan.
You can also apply for Federal Financial Aid online, or find out exactly what each course will cost with our Tuition Calculator tool. And be sure to check out the many possible scholarships to see if you’re eligible.
We want to make sure you’re making responsible decisions, even before you become a student.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a team of dedicated advisors supporting you from the day you enroll until the day you graduate?
Meet your graduation team.
Your enrollment advisor can answer all your questions about what it’s like to be a University of Phoenix student, and can help guide you to your ideal degree program if you’re unsure about what you want to study. They also make the admissions process really simple by walking you through every step.
Your finance advisor is your University financial expert and is always available to talk. In addition to helping you apply for financial aid and scholarships, they can point you to financial resources that you didn’t know were available to you. It helps to know people who know things.
Your academic advisor helps you map out your course of study so you’ll know all the classes you need to take, and the order you need to take them. They’ll also check in with you on a regular basis along the way to help you stay on track.
Your graduation team is there to support you so that you can focus on what matters most—earning your degree.
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See the new online classroom
Get a sneak peek inside the new online classroom at University of Phoenix. The new classroom is currently in limited release but will be available to all students soon.