University of Phoenix - Dallas is ...
12400 Coit Road
Dallas, TX 75251
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- University of Phoenix
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.27 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.26 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.25 responses
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University of Phoenix - Dallas Reviews
Registration was a breeze. My advisor called me and took me through the steps. answered my questions and was made available when I called with more questions. The professor's are active and show themselves regularly in the web based courses, the peer to peer interaction is great! One of my favorite features thus far.
The staff was always willing to help me in everything I needed to succeed. The teachers went above and beyond to help me with all my demands to make sure I was able to succeed in every way possible. Unfortunately I had some health issues that seemed to make going to college just a tad bit more challenging than I initially expected and everyone there really gave me every opportunity to grow and succeed as a person. I feel so thankful to have been able to afford this experience and had the chance to grow as a person.
I love University of Phoenix. I feel like it gets a terrible wrap for being an online school, but I have learned alot so far about how to be successful and it fits well in my daily life. I feel like this college is going in a way that is forward and defiantly the wave of the future as far as education goes. I personally would recommend this school to anyone. I feel like it is not based on rote memorization but more on understanding the concepts and being able to think critically about the concepts presented. As with any college it takes hard work and dedication to complete it, even more so than going to a brick and mortar school because you are responsible for your own learning and finding the time to complete your assignments. Time management is critical with attending this college.