Refer to www.phoenix.edu/jccc for more in ‐ depth information.
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Undergraduate courses are typically 5 weeks in length; on ‐ site (campus) courses meet once a week; all students have access to student site 24/7.
University of Phoenix offers continuing enrollment, meaning that students can enroll year ‐ round and that many courses start every week.
Please check with a university enrollment advisor for availability.
Students can set their schedule with their academic advisor.
Students can complete their undergraduate degree in approximately four years or less, depending on the number of previously earned and applicable credits.
An enrollment advisor will be able to offer a more accurate evaluation of the time needed to complete a degree.
Admissions requirements vary by state and the degree ‐ level that you’d like to attain.
For an overview of the admissions process, an enrollment advisor can walk you through the requirements.
Visit www.phoenix.edu/jccc to fill out a Request for Information, and you will be contacted shortly by an enrollment advisor.
University of Phoenix accepts college ‐ level courses taken at regionally or approved nationally accredited colleges and universities.
Effective for new students applying to University of Phoenix on or after 9/1/2011, students who have earned an Associate of Arts degree from a regionally accredited community college will be able to transfer their AA in its entirety for a block credit transfer, instead of assessing the credits on a course ‐ by ‐ course basis.
This policy is applicable toward programs with our standard 54 ‐ credit General Education block.
Please check with a university enrollment advisor for more information.
Varies by program and state.
Tuition and fees vary based on program, campus and modality.
Please refer to the tuition calculator at www.phoenix.edu/jccc for information, or check with a university enrollment advisor.
University of Phoenix offers numerous finance options to help you pay for your education.
These options include federal and state financial aid, grants, loans, military assistance, employer tuition reimbursement, internal and external scholarship sources, and access to other resources.
There may be some financial resources available to you that you never knew about, which is why you’ll have a finance advisor who can guide you, step ‐ by ‐ step, through all of your options.
A limited number of scholarships are available.
A student can obtain a scholarship by meeting the scholarship criteria, applying for the scholarship and becoming the successful recipient.
Depending on the number of other applicants, the process can be very competitive.
More information is provided at www.phoenix.edu/jccc .
The Federal Financial Aid Plan is available to students receiving federal grants, federal loans or both to pay for tuition in an eligible degree or certificate program.
A list of federal financial aid programs is available on the U.S.
Department of Education Student Aid website under “Federal Student Aid Programs.” Students are responsible for payment of their tuition and electronic course material fees not covered by federal financial aid prior to the start of each course.