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

    The average age of a University of Phoenix student was 37 years old, the report noted, and 64.6 percent of students have dependents. A good number of these students are trailblazers when it comes ...

  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. University of Phoenix paying ex-students $50 million in ... - AOL

    The University of Phoenix is paying former students nearly $50 million after settling a federal lawsuit, the Federal Trade Commission announced Wednesday. The for-profit college ran ads from...

  5. 147,000 University of Phoenix students are being sent direct ...

    The Federal Trade Commission is sending checks totaling nearly $50 million to 147,000 former students of the University of Phoenix, as part of a settlement over the school's use of deceptive ads.

  6. List of University of Phoenix alumni - Wikipedia

    Dan Huberty. 1998. MBA. Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from Harris County; former trustee and president of the Humble Independent School District. [4] Harold Hurtt. 1991. M.S. Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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

    For one price, $95 per class, students also have access to the entire library of e-books and other online resources offered at the university. Traditionally, students pay upward of $300-$500 each semester for 20-30 pounds of books they end up lugging around all season.--Caernarvon 02:15, 18 September 2008 (UTC)

  8. Talk:University of Phoenix - Wikipedia

    The New York Times reported that "enrollments at the University of Phoenix and in the for-profit sector over all have been declining in the last two years, partly because of growing competition from other online providers, including nonprofit and public universities, and a steady drumroll of negative publicity about the sector’s recruiting ...

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