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  2. A Year of Resilience: University of Phoenix Students, Faculty ...

    Since 1989, University of Phoenix has offered online classes, long before other institutions were doing it and before most people even had email. Now, University of Phoenix is one of the largest […]

  3. University of Phoenix - Wikipedia

    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.

  4. Talk:University of Phoenix/Archive 3 - Wikipedia

    This reference (^ University of Phoenix lands stadium naming rights-Cards and biggest private college in the U.S. agree to a 20-year deal, The Arizona Republic, by Dawn Gilbertson, September 26, 2006.) on the stadium leads to a page that is no longer accessible.

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  6. Talk:University of Phoenix/Archive 2 - Wikipedia

    If I may point out that some of the users (Cascadia for one) posting in this discussion page are EMPLOYEES of UOP. --Rdenke 15:30, 20 December 2006 (UTC) I would first and foremost like to discuss something that has become sort of a major topic of discussion. Yes, I am an employee of the University of Phoenix.

  7. Talk:University of Phoenix - Wikipedia

    In its lawsuit, filed under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (EEOC v. University of Phoenix, Inc., and Apollo Group, Inc., CV 06-2303-PHX-ROS), the EEOC charged that the University of Phoenix engaged in a widespread practice of discriminating against non-Mormon employees who worked as enrollment counselors in the University’s Online Division.

  8. Talk:University of Phoenix/Archive 1 - Wikipedia

    Volney 06:41, 14 July 2007 (UTC) It is unjust to keep removing the link to uopsucks. I am a current undergrad student there, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in IT. The university is full of serious problems, recently being documented by writers at the Arizona Republic newspaper.