Beware Of For-Profit Higher Education

Beware Of For-Profit Higher Education

There are 3 comments on the Forbes story from Aug 12, 2010, titled Beware Of For-Profit Higher Education. In it, Forbes reports that:

Student debt may outweigh the degree's value. It took Harvard College nearly 375 years to increase its student body to 6,600. But it has taken the University of Phoenix just 34 years to reach a student body approaching 500,000. What is driving the explosive growth of Phoenix and other for-profit institutions of higher education? Are students--and ...

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Forbes.

PFG

San Francisco, CA

#1 Aug 12, 2010
I just completed a degree from UOP and I was very disappointed with the lack of instructor experience and the rigid class requirements. Graduate students should be allowed to tailor their classes to meet their needs and I was not able to do so. Even though the program promised to give me more experience and exposure I found that i would need to get a better degree from a state college in order to get ahead in my career. I shared my concerns with my advisor and was told that there was nothing she could do. This schoolis very expensive and not worth it's value. i have steard many people away from enrolling at the UOP.
Free College

Fremont, CA

#2 Aug 29, 2010
google: free college lectures.
liberal arts: free free free
digital lectures: 2-4 billion can see lecture for free free free.
free free free college lectures for a free world.
Capstone

Niceville, FL

#3 Apr 27, 2011
" I agree the U of P is a very expensive and studying for a Bachelor's degree online without text books I will not go that route again. Plus, the school grades papers submitted on APA guidelines for academic writing however, do not have the updated 6.0 APA available in the school's library for the students instead the old APA that has been updated. U of Phoenix took my Pell grants and school loans. The financial advisor manager exclaimed I was over aided. Loans that the U of P could not find a way to keep they sent back which includes subsidized and unsubsidized loans. Subsequently, the University of Phoenix will find a way to bill you for the unpaid for classes and will not give you your degree or transcripts. Run, Run, do not even consider this crooked school called University of Phoenix. The only education you will receive is the art of acquiring very large debt of 2000.00 plus per class and even higher for Master's degree!.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

University of Phoenix Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News 'Apple store for education' to debut in downtow... Oct '16 Kat Joseph 1
News Rev. Al Sharpton & Partners To Hold Town Hall M... Jun '16 Oh No You Di-nt 1
News Regional career fair set for Thursday in Fairfield (Apr '16) Apr '16 Bob 1
News Get ready to play! Legoland Discovery Center to... (Feb '16) Feb '16 Jane 1
find tutors to help you with original homework (Jul '15) Jul '15 the student 1
News Can Denver's Billion-Dollar Stock Show Plan Sav... (Jun '15) Jun '15 Dave Petteys 1
News Prank call causes heavy police presence at Univ... (May '15) May '15 Will Dockery 1
More from around the web