They took financial aid, a loan, and am now telling me I owe them 3,000 Dollars. When I first started, the financial department told me that financial aid had covered my tuition 100 percent and that I was actually overfunded.
Apparently we didn't pay them enough as it was. They made my life miserable with all the BS they kept coming up with after the fact to try and get more money from us.
I took a 5 year break and Phoenix has not improved.
They were happy to charge me for transferring my credits but never said they won't count for graduation.
This is a SCAM to get more money from us as students.
The Phoenix program was much better managed and more practical.
All of my instructors were either practicing teachers, active school administrators, or retired administrators.
This would not have been possible with traditional universities.
After I finished my degree I received employment with the State University of New York.
The group work was irritating but it reminded me of corporate culture and necessary.