- Report: #798559
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Complaint Review: University of Phoenix online
University of Phoenix onlineInternet United States of America
University of Phoenix online I paid for a college education but received high school level courses instead Internet
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I am not a rocket scientist and I do not know everything but this school did not teach me 9400 dollars worth of information. The only time I learned anything real was when I went online (because I was bored with the courses) and did my own research. I did not need the school to teach me most of what I learned.
Unless you have been out of high school for a LONG time, avoid this institution. They are a for profit school and have no interest in what you are wanting out of them. As long as they get their money they dont care about you. My academic advisor has a lower IQ than your common flower. I am pretty sure she lived in a closet.
Maybe you remember the debate about for profit schools' student loans being the biggest majority of unpaid loans. University of Phoenix was their main target and she had no idea. If it involves your company and made national headlines, you should probably be aware of it. This school is a joke. And the piece of paper you receive isn't worth the dirt it took to grow the tree that made it. Go to a local community college. My sister in law is getting her RN education for a whopping 6k. That's less than one year at this worthless school.
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