Teach On-campus—Become a Faculty Member

Inspire excellence in the classroom

If you’re passionate about teaching adult learners and you’re a natural public speaker, then you may be just who we’re looking for. University of Phoenix on-campus instructors meet rigorous standards and are passionate about education. Think you have what it takes?—Read on.

Teach and impact lives

You’ll encounter special rewards and challenges when you work with adult learners. The positive is that these students have been in the world and usually come back to school to make a better life for their families and themselves. This means that they recognize the value of education (and you).

The biggest challenge adult learners face is fitting education into an already busy life filled with commitments. Our on-campus teaching faculty have opportunities to help students address these challenges and continue powerfully toward their goals.

Establishing the proper mindset is critical to student success. Our faculty remind students that they are modeling behavior which shows the world that education is a great way to reach goals. Your guidance can help students change their lives—and the lives of their family and friends. 

Grow as a teacher

Imagine how it will feel when your students realize that they have grown beyond their own expectations. It’s not only rewarding, it’s inspiring. 

When students share the results of applying techniques they’ve learned in your class to their jobs, you’ll know that you’re making a difference in their lives. And you’re life is changing for the better, too. By interacting with professionals in your classroom, you’ll learn new strategies, network with peers and grow as you teach. 

Apply to become a faculty member 

If you have a master’s degree or higher, possess a burning desire to teach and would like to work with adult learners in a class room, we’d like to hear from you. We invite you to fill out the form that will get you started in qualifying to take on a job with endless rewards as an on-campus faculty at University of Phoenix.