University of Phoenix

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University

 

of

 

Phoenix

 

Lenexa

 

Learning

 

Center

 

8345

 

Lenexa

 

Dr.,

 

Suite

 

200

 

Lenexa,

 

KS

  

66214

 

WEBSITE

   

DEGREES

 

OFFERED

 

COURSE

 

FORMAT

 

START

 

DATES

 

 

Website:

  

www.phoenix.edu/jccc

  

 

Phone:

  

(800)

 

404

8016

  Refer   to   www.phoenix.edu/jccc   for   more   in ‐ depth   information.

 

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Accelerated

 

                                    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.

 

 

PART

TIME/FULL ADMISSION

 

REQUIREMENTS

 

ADMISSION TRANSFER

    ‐

TIME PROCESS POLICIES

     

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.

 

CURRICULUM

 

&

 

DEGREE

 

REQUIREMENTS

 

TUITION

 

&

 

FEES

 

2012

2013

 

PAYMENT

 

OPTIONS SCHOLARSHIPS FINANCIAL

 

AID

     

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.

 

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