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The Flexibility of This School Is Wonderful – The University of Phoenix is basically based around the avalability of it's students. Students get roughly six days to turn in major assignments and three to five days for assignments that are just recaps. Students also must login to the website and post at least a one sentance message to a forum once a day for two days to meet attentendance for the class. You also have until 12 p.m. on any given day to get full participation for that day and get any and all assignments turned it. This is great for moms or dads or people who have several jobs, or both. The University is great for it's flexibility!
The "Personal" Experience of the University of Phoenix – With the University of Phoenix you do miss out on having face-to-face conversations with students and staff. Everything you do is online or over the phone which mean that a lot of things can be misinturpreted by someone and come off the way it was not intended. You also do not really get the chance to get to personal know someone; you might get to know what they do for a job or why they went back to school or read about stories they share, but there really isn't anything extremely personal about it.
The online courses is a great way to get back into college. I have not had to many problems except with dealing with some course facilitator's. The only problem that a person can run into is how they perceive a person's response especially since it is not face to face; I have witnessed many misunderstandings this way.