University of Phoenix is a business just like all schools. Of course the admission specialists are working to get you enrolled and get that money, but what you have to remember is that you are going to pay for your degree regardless of where you decide to pursue your degree. I did enough research to understand how demanding this program would be and how much it is costing me.
I have served 8 years as Chief of Police and 3 years as an elected Texas Sheriff. I remain behind the badge here in Austin, Texas. I have nothing but positives to say about the University of Phoenix. From the first day, I have always been treated as though I was physically there in class.
The academic and financial team have both helped me in so many ways! I am so very proud of this college as they should be proud to be employees. I am so sorry if others have had bad experiences, but personally, I would do it all again, right here at the University of Phoenix.
The financial aide department was awful. I was so livid. So essentially, they wanted me to come back and pay them for more classes so I could graduate. Not one time in the 2. This is a SCAM to get more money from us as students. I loathe this school. They made my life miserable with all the BS they kept coming up with after the fact to try and get more money from us.
I have spoken to three supervisors in last month and still did not getting anywhere. I sent all my information in May 5th to my enrollment counselor which was to transfers to Financial Aide Advisor. It never happen from Victoria, Jonquilla, and Kamille.
I have requested for higher up then a supervisor and Victoria did not honor my request. My Chair and Committee Members were very helpful and supportive. The University of Phoenix School of Academic Studies offered demanding classes that fit perfectly with my busy schedule and travels.
I finished my degree while living in Germany and China. This would not have been possible with traditional universities. Yes, I acknowledge that the university is more expensive to attend that some other universities that would not have met my needs.
However, I must ask myself if it was all worth the expense and time. My only answer is, yes it was all worth it!
They took financial aid, a loan, and am now telling me I owe them 3, Dollars. I have only taken 3 classes!! When I first started, the financial department told me that financial aid had covered my tuition percent and that I was actually overfunded.
Then all of a sudden they had dropped me from my classes and started blowing up my phone.
All three classes focused on ethics, really this school has the nerve to teach ethics! There has to be someone to report their misconduct to. I was an older non-traditional career changer coming from twenty-five years in investment management and investment banking.
My program was for licensure in secondary social studies. I found the program to be very informative and professional.
The group work was irritating but it reminded me of corporate culture and necessary. I had previously enrolled in a local traditional college and found that program to be a disaster with frequent changes and administrative confusion.
The Phoenix program was much better managed and more practical.One of the most highly respected experts in the field of contemporary leadership development, Frances Hesselbein is the namesake for The Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) at the University of Pittsburgh, and the Editor-in-Chief of the award-winning quarterly journal, Leader to Leader.
I completed the MAed program with initial licensure in I was an older non-traditional career changer coming from twenty-five years in investment management and investment banking.
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