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Virtual Classroom

Study online for exceptional flexibility

Learn when and where you want — and get help anytime. Our virtual classrooms have the same experienced instructors and engaging communities as learning in our on-campus classes. Join the millions of students who have earned their degrees online without putting their lives on hold.

Why learning online might be right for you

  • You want a broader range of classes and programs
  • You need flexibility to juggle family, work and school
  • You’re self-motivated and self-disciplined
How You’ll Learn

Study wherever you are, whenever you’re ready

Here, virtual learning combines the engaging, challenging experience of our on-campus classes with the flexibility to fit your lifestyle.

You’ll have one-on-one connections with experienced faculty and collaborative opportunities with your classmates, all without the time-consuming commute or semester-long commitment.

What you can do in your virtual classroom

  • Connect with faculty and classmates
  • See who’s logged in and start a conversation
  • Track your learning progress and grades
  • See upcoming assignments, readings and due dates
  • View instructions, submit files and get regular instructor feedback
Meet Our faculty
 

As a faculty member, I'm on your team. I'm your coach and your cheerleader."

Doris Savron

Vice Provost of Colleges, University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix Alumni, ‘08

What You’ll Learn

Gain the skills you need

Choose from more than 100 programs, including degrees and certificates aligned to 300+ occupations. Layer in key skills that will help carry you through your coursework — and your career.

Learn real-world skills for real-world challenges

  • Critical reading, writing and thinking
  • Time management
  • Effective communication
  • Successful study habits
  • Resourcefulness through library use & research
  • Use of technology &computers
  • Career planning & exploration
  • Life change management
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What you'll need

Technology, resources and a can-do attitude

Learning online means leveraging support from the University learning community while being proactive, patient and curious. It helps to have a strategy for setting aside time to study — and a backup plan in case something comes up.

Students must also have reliable access to a computer with an internet connection. For some tasks, you can you use your mobile phone.

Use our extensive resources 24/7/365

  • Online library
  • Digital textbooks
  • Tutoring in math and writing
  • Social communities and study groups
  • Tech support and troubleshooting

 

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Get the support you deserve today

Call (844) 937-8679

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