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University of Phoenix Enrollment Up 22%

30 June 2009 2,830 views 13 Comments

According to the Fiscal 2009 Third Quarter Report filed by Apollo Group, Inc. yesterday, University of Phoenix just hit total enrollment of 420,700 — up 22% compared to last year. These numbers are well above, but reflective of strong overall growth in online education enrollment.

According to the report, total growth was driven largely by continuing increases in online enrollments and improved student retention at University of Phoenix. In fact, according to the college review and college rankings site, www.CollegeGrader.com, 88% of students who reviewed the school said that they would attend University of Phoenix again if they could start over.

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13 Responses to “University of Phoenix Enrollment Up 22%”

  1. John says on June 4, 2011 at 5:27 pm:

    Think very carefully about enrolling with UofP. Do some online research – there are a lot of complaints about this school.

    Consider that they are very expensive at over $500 per credit and if you are going to take on a lot of debt you need to be sure about the quality of the degree and whether employers will take it seriously.

  2. lesbiennes says on May 27, 2011 at 9:15 am:

    yes i have plans on attending the u of P. i have heard great things about this school and its helpful to my crazy work schedule . also my job is helping me pay for school .

  3. sexe says on May 7, 2011 at 5:19 pm:

    yo Always well written, it’s nice, thank you!

  4. shanell says on March 10, 2011 at 10:55 pm:

    i have plans on attending the u of P. i have heard great things about this school and its helpful to my crazy work schedule . also my job is helping me pay for school ..

  5. direct loans consolidation says on March 4, 2011 at 2:26 am:

    what else you can show us? you know what, you post is always great and informing. i just cant wait to read your other posts.

  6. Instructor says on January 3, 2011 at 5:39 pm:

    For those shilling for University of Phoenix what is your student loan debt and did you secure full-time employment?

  7. Nina says on January 3, 2011 at 1:50 am:

    University of Phoenix is as prestigous as Yale or Harvard in its quality and commitment to academic excellence! The instructors are knowledgeable and current in their field and the services and support are at the cutting edge as they seek improvement consistently..

  8. black says on December 24, 2010 at 7:12 pm:

    my wife said phoenix is the best?

  9. lexique poker says on October 13, 2010 at 2:53 pm:

    Always well written, it’s nice, thank you!

  10. SC says on April 2, 2010 at 11:43 pm:

    I have had an excellent experience at UofP. They are doing their best to support me and providing me with an excellent education. I have, and am doing both online and oncampus education and I find UofP GREAT!!!

  11. allison says on March 5, 2010 at 12:18 pm:

    Just watch out when it comes to nursing practicums. They say you rarely need an affiliation agreement with a school to do your practicum but in every college I investigated, they required it. Also, to get the affiliation contract, takes greater than 6 months, University of Phoenix says it takes about 3-4 months. I started one n October and it is now March and it is still not complete.

  12. Faith says on February 18, 2010 at 4:34 pm:

    People should rethink attending Phoenix – it is a rip off and you will not have the support of counselors – both financial or academic. They are simply trying to enroll as many as possible to get paid. Please rethink your decision and consider other schools. Phoenix is not worth the time nor the money that you will invest over the years. Nothing but a big head ache.

  13. Babe says on June 30, 2009 at 4:58 pm:

    I have been really enjoying my online experience, the college and professors are excellent. The staff is very helpful if one has questions.

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