Championing the success and goals of adult students

Committed to helping working adults meet their academic, professional, and personal goals.

About University of Phoenix

John Sperling, PhD, a Cambridge-educated economist and professor-turned-entrepreneur, founded University of Phoenix in 1976. He made a commitment to provide working adults with higher education at times convenient to them.

Our students have access to a wealth of information and support through our unique education platform, experienced and professional faculty and continually updated resources. At University of Phoenix you can earn degrees aimed at helping you achieve your professional, academic and personal goals.

Classes with great uptime

Servers may go down at all hours of the day. Debugging is a constant process. Fortunately, we offer degree programs in information technology, organizational management and more online and at locations nationwide—so your busy schedule doesn’t have to stand in the way of reaching your goals.

An innovative approach to education

University of Phoenix was founded upon the vision of making higher education more accessible, even if you’re already a working professional or have a full time commitment to work and family.  With classes offered in the evenings, online, or on-campus, our convenient options make going back to school a real option for busy adults like you.

We’re here to help you reach your potential with services aimed at helping you transition from student to graduate. As a student you have access to our innovative learning platform, career services and wealth of educational resources such as a digital library, writing and math labs and  university-wide academic social networks.

We offer associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees and a variety of certificate programs so that you can find the right fit for your personal and professional goals.

Contact an Enrollment Representative to learn how University of Phoenix can help you achieve the future you envision.

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