University of Phoenix-Southern California Campus Top Questions

What kind of person should attend this school?


Univeristy of Phoenix is for the full-time working student who may or may not have a family. The courses are either online or at nights one day per week. The assignments are personalized for students who don't have a lot of time during the day but are willing to put in work when they can.


University of Phoenix is the perfect institution for working adults who are looking to further their current career. The campuses are located in various cities and the courses are conveniently offered at nights, weekends and online which is perfect for the working person. For someone who travels frequently for work, or is active in the military, this is definitely a viable option for pursuing education. The work can be challenging, so the ideal student is someone has self descipline to balance the workload and a sense of team-player attitude to bond well with study groups.


The type of person that should attend this school are working professionals and or parents who need a flexible schedule.


This school is very convenient as far as schedule, so anyone looking to go to school at a convenient time, due to a busy schedule. Also, important to know that classes are only five weeks long, so you must be prepared for a load of work, reading, and studying.


Adults with some life experience, no someone just out of high school. I think if someone is young they should experience a college campus atmosphere with those their own age, and leave the night school to those who didn't get a chance to go to a traditional campus. Neither is better or worse than the other, I just think that a University of Phoenix atmosphere is more appealing for working adults.


Any one who wishes to better his education level. Any one needing to switch careers, due to an injury and surgery. Any one with a thirst for knowledge. Any one who just wants to learn something new. So many things are out there to be learned. In my mid 40's, learning is much easier than in my 20's. Life experince helps out a lot.