A degree doesn't just change you

You’re not only in it for yourself. You overcome obstacles because you believe in more than getting a degree — you believe in future generations. When you earn a degree from University of Phoenix, you’re not just working for your own education. You’re improving the lives of those around you.

Making an impact

Your degree impacts more than your career. Whether it inspires a co-worker or sets an example for your kids, your education touches lives of others in your community. With transfer credit options and online courses you can take one at a time, you can keep your life in balance while earning your degree and impacting those around you.

Education that fits your life

Earn your degree one 5 or 6 week course at a time.

Earn your degree faster

Transfer college credits or have relevant work experience evaluated for potential credit.

Experience college your way

Earn your degree online or at one of our locations nationwide.

Our students are paving the way for future generations

In 2016, over half of our students were the first in their family to graduate college.

 

60.6% First generation graduates

25.7%  One parent went to college

13.7%  Both parents went to college

Source: Waldrop, A. (2017, May 23). UOPX data for the 2016 AAR- 05-23-2017. University of Phoenix, Institutional Reporting & Analytics.

Being a Phoenix

Inspired by a tragic event, Mike Gipson reinvented his life. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Business and became a state assembly member, and now strives daily to improve the lives of others in his community. Find out how education empowered other alumni to live their own success stories.

Find your success

We don’t waver when confronted by adversity — that’s what makes a Phoenix. In our constantly changing world, we choose to adapt. We choose to create a new future for ourselves and our families by updating our skills to be relevant in today’s workforce.

We rise to reinvent ourselves
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