University of Phoenix is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (http://hlcommission.org). Since 1978, University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor. University of Phoenix obtained its most recent 10-year Reaffirmation of Accreditation in 2012–13. A comprehensive evaluation is scheduled for 2016–17, and the next Reaffirmation of Accreditation is scheduled for 2022–23.
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Your Life as a Phoenix
What does it mean to be a Phoenix? We are the risers. The ones who know that if we want it, we have to go out and get it. We give blood, sweat, and sometimes tears. We are sculpted by adversity. We are made from desire and a dream, but we leave nothing up to fate. We have the skill, and we have the will. And we will not let ourselves be ignored.
More than Brains
VO: Life’s short, talk is cheap. I’ll be working while you sleep.
VO: Still don’t think I’ve got a brain?
VO: You can try, I’ll do it faster. I was born a multi-tasker. I was raised against the grain.
VO: I took the two bullets in the chest. Got three kids, I never rest…And I’ve also got a brain.
VO: You think a resume’s enough? Who’ll step up when things get tough? Don’t you want that kind of brain?
VO: A degree is a degree. You’re gonna want someone like me.
VO: But only if you have a brain.
SUPER: WE RISE
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See our new online classroom
00:00:08 It has everything I need to be a more successful student, including giving me more ways to learn and more ways to connect with my instructor and classmates.
00:00:17 For example, on my home page, I can see this week's assignments and learning activities, the latest news from my instructor, and updates from class discussions.
00:00:27 The syllabus helps me stay organized and on top of my assignments.
00:00:31 It tracks my progress through the course.
00:00:33 I can check week by week and look ahead to see what's coming.
00:00:37 It's easy to check out my assignments.
00:00:39 I can view instructions, submit files, and get up-to-the-minute feedback from my instructor.
00:00:44 I can even locate helpful resources.
00:00:47 I can pick my own way to learn because the new classroom has a lot of different interactive learning activities, like this video, which I can play right in the classroom.
00:00:57 The class roster helps me stay in touch with my classmates.
00:01:00 It tells me right away who my classmates are, if they are online, and how I can reach them.
00:01:06 My chat tool lets me work with my classmates and my learning team without leaving the classroom, and I can even chat with my entire class through the group chat feature.
00:01:15 Since my calendar is synced to my syllabus, I always know when assignments or activities are due.
00:01:22 The new classroom even has a great mobile app that lets me study and stay in touch with my instructor and classmates.
00:01:28 Here's to doing schoolwork anytime, anywhere.
00:01:32 The new University of Phoenix classroom.
00:01:34 It's a place to discover, connect, and achieve.
One university. Infinite ways to rise.
- New Students
- Non-Degree Learner
- Transfer Students
- International Students
- Military Students & Families
- Doctoral Students
- Is University of Phoenix an accredited university?
- Where can I explore degree options?
- What resources are available to me to help develop a financial plan to pay for my education?
- How can I fund my education?
- How long will it take to complete my degree?
- How do I attend a class online?
- How do I get started?
- What is professional development?
- How can I apply professional development courses to my career?
- What is Continuing Teacher Education?
- How can I use Continuing Teacher Education in my profession?
- What subjects are offered for continuing education and professional development at University of Phoenix?
- How do I register for continuing education courses?
- How do I get a record of the courses I have completed?
- Is University of Phoenix an accredited institution?
- What are the requirements for transferring to University of Phoenix?
- Does my current or past school have a credit transfer agreement with University of Phoenix?
- What kind of financial assistance is available to me?
- What will my online classroom and schedule look like?
- Can I apply relevant learning, work and life experiences toward credit at University of Phoenix?
- What are the admission requirements for international students?
- Do I have to be fluent in English to attend University of Phoenix?
- How can I get my international transcript evaluated?
- Do I have to live in the United States to attend University of Phoenix?
- What are the visa requirements to attend University of Phoenix?
- Are international students eligible for financial aid?
- How is University of Phoenix accredited?
- How can I transfer my skills to a civilian job?
- How can I use my veteran's education benefits?
- How do I get started if I’m currently overseas?
- Does the GI Bill cover my tuition?
- Does my military training translate into course credit?
- What are the benefits for military spouses?
- Where can I find my University of Phoenix transcript?
- How can I get involved and expand my professional network?
- Where can I find career resources?
- Are alumni chapters are available in my area?
- Where can I share my story at University of Phoenix?
- How can I continue my education at University of Phoenix?
- What are some of the benefits of being an alumni?
- What doctoral programs do you offer?
- How do I complete my doctoral program?
- Do all SAS doctoral faculty members have terminal degrees?
- What kind of research tools does University of Phoenix provide?
- What are the doctoral program admission requirements?
Our online colleges and schools
The colleges and schools of University of Phoenix put education in your reach with degree programs and online classes made to fit your life. We’re dedicated to helping working adults achieve their educational and career goals. We offer online college degree programs, on-campus classes in select locations and feature a collection of colleges & schools offering in-demand degrees.
Education within reach. How to pay for the education you deserve.
Your ambition and potential brought you this far, don’t let questions about cost stop you now. Our resources help you understand your options and answer your questions about paying for college.
Engage with others who share your experience as a Phoenix, past and present. Exceed expectations with support extending beyond the classroom. Inspire and encourage your community.
Student Stories: Candace Sánchez
00:00:05 Dream big; you can accomplish anything you put your mind to.
00:00:08 My name is Candace Sanchez, Director of Information Services.
00:00:11 I went to college as a traditional student.
00:00:14 That didn’t really work out too well.
00:00:17 Just trying to be a single mother of two daughters, I just needed to get a job and provide for my family.
00:00:30 If I ever wanted to apply for a leadership role, I needed to have a bachelor’s degree.
00:00:35 I heard about University of Phoenix from a friend.
00:00:38 I enrolled, and, pretty much, it’s changed my life.
00:00:41 I was able to relate the IT courses from work to school and school to work.
00:00:46 I learned time management.
00:00:47 I learned critical thinking, project management.
00:00:52 I have a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Technology, and I have a Master’s of Business Administration.
00:00:58 I remember putting on the cap and gown and just knowing that I’ve accomplished my goal, that I’ve earned this degree, and now I can provide for my family.
00:01:06 I am most proud of creating a better life for them.
00:01:10 I just felt I could never preach college to my daughters unless I went to college myself.
00:01:15 I wanted to be a role model for them.
00:01:20 I’ve been able to develop personally and professionally, being a woman, being Latina, and being in IT.
00:01:28 That is a trifecta.
Knowledge + experience = Alumni Mentor Program
00:00:06 I reached out to find a mentor ‘cuz I was looking for guidance, and what I found was a real connection.
00:00:14 As a mentor, if you have the passion and desire to help, you’re halfway there.
00:00:17 It’s so easy to sign up.
00:00:19 You create your own profile, and based on your career goals, the program matches you with a selection of mentors.
00:00:25 I’ve been there. I know what it means to need support.
00:00:29 My mentor helped me stay on track.
00:00:30 I knew what my passion was, but I wasn’t quite sure what to do with it.
00:00:34 The one bit of advice that I would give to a mentee is to be proactive.
00:00:38 Just keep in touch.
00:00:39 If you’re looking for just someone to hook you up with a job, you’re selling yourself short.
00:00:42 With a mentor, you get the benefits of their knowledge, experience and professional perspective.
00:00:47 We benefit from each other.
00:00:48 Through my mentee, I stay current in my industry, and she learns from my experience.
00:00:52 He helped me with problem-solving and setting higher goals for myself.
00:00:56 Now I’m exactly where I wanna be.
00:00:58 It’s just like anything else in school or in work.
00:01:00 You get out of it –
00:01:01 What you put into it.
Success Follows Preparation
Once a Phoenix, always a Phoenix
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