Is University Of Phoenix A Good Place To Work?

Where you pursue a college degree today is no longer about your physical presence on campus, thanks to institutions like the University of Phoenix, which allows you to pursue a degree from anywhere. The University of Phoenix, which bills itself as the largest private university in North America, has become a popular option for attaining an advanced degree. In fact, the University of Phoenix reports that it currently enrolls more than 400,000 students who are taking a variety of online and on-campus classes at more than 200 locations.

But what is it like behind the scenes at the University of Phoenix? Is the popular online university a popular place among employees? Glassdoor dug into the more than 100 reviews left by University of Phoenix employees to get the insight scoop. Currently, the University of Phoenix garners a 2.8 (OK) company rating and the university’s president, Dr. William Pepicello, Ph.D., earns a 51% approval rating and a 49% disapproval rating.

Below are just a few highlights from University of Phoenix employees dishing on what’s working well (Pros), what may need some improvement (Cons), and what advice they have to offer senior management.



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