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  2. University of Phoenix has been bad for its students ... - AOL

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    The University of Phoenix is, objectively and factually, a terrible school. According to College Score Card , only 27% of students graduate, leaving nearly three-quarters of the class in default.

  3. Student loans: Former University of Phoenix students get $37 ...

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    The federal government is discharging $37 million in student loans for over 1,200 former students who attended the University of Phoenix. The action applies to borrowers who enrolled in Phoenix ...

  4. Of the roughly 64,000 undergraduate students who attend the University of Phoenix, only 27% receive a degree, according to a U.S. Department of Education scorecard. U of I’s graduate rate is 60% ...

  5. University of Phoenix - Wikipedia

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    University of Phoenix. University of Phoenix [3] ( UoPX) is a private for-profit university headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. [a] Founded in 1976, the university confers certificates and degrees at the certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree levels.

  6. John Sperling - Wikipedia

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    John Glen Sperling (January 9, 1921 – August 22, 2014) was an American billionaire businessman who is credited with having led the contemporary for-profit education movement in the United States The fortune he amassed was based on his founding of the for-profit University of Phoenix for working adults in 1976, which became part of the publicly traded Apollo Group.

  7. Ripoff Report - Wikipedia

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    December 8, 1998. Current status. Online. Ripoff Report is a privately owned and operated for-profit website founded by Ed Magedson. [1] The Ripoff Report has been online since December 1998 and is operated by Xcentric Ventures, LLC which is based in Tempe, Arizona. [2]

  8. U of I isn’t the first to buy a for-profit college. What ...

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    1. Purdue University buys Kaplan despite predatory-lending complaints. In April 2017, Purdue University, a state university in West Lafayette, Indiana, announced that it was purchasing Kaplan ...

  9. Apollo Education Group - Wikipedia

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    The University of Phoenix is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Apollo Education Group. The University of Phoenix is one of the largest higher education providers in North America. The university has approximately 40 campuses and confers degrees in over 100 degree programs at the associate, bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels.