Amidst a Federal Investigation into their recruiting practices, Apollo Education Group will sell University of Phoenix to a group of investors, which will take the company private. A former deputy secretary of the Department of Education, Tony Miller, will take the helm at a tough time. Its shares plunged 75% in 2015.

Under President Obama, the federal government has been trying to crack down on the way the University of Phoenix and other for-profit schools recruit students.

“For too long and too often, the private education industry has been characterized by inadequate student outcomes, overly aggressive marketing practices, and poor compliance. This doesn’t need to be the case,” Miller said in a statement.

He is a partner at Vistria Group, one of the investment firms acquiring the company.

At the University of Phoenix, new student enrollment was down 38% in its last quarter of 2015. The college brought in $134 million less from tuition and fees compared to the same quarter the year before, according to a recent filing.

In July, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it was investigating the University of Phoenix to determine whether or not its recruiters deceive potential students about its degree programs and job placement rates. The investigation is ongoing.

The school has also been criticized for aggressively recruiting veterans. The Department of Defense banned the University of Phoenix from recruiting on military bases after finding that it did not get proper approval to hold events there. The ban was lifted after the agency completed a review, which took about three months.

Call 855-580-NEST (6378) if you want to be considered for loan forgiveness.

The University of Phoenix is not the only for-profit school that has faced tougher scrutiny. Corinthian Colleges closed last year after being fined $30 million for overstating the job placement rates of graduates. And just last month, DeVry University was sued by the FTC over the same issue.

Many former students claim that these schools misled them about how much it would cost to attend and how likely it would be to get a job in their field after finishing. Saddled with debt, thousands are asking the government to forgive their federal loans.

A stronger economy may be one of the reasons enrollment is down at for-profit schools, which attract adults who are returning to school as a way to get a better job. And some non-profit colleges have started offering online programs, making the space more competitive.

New federal regulations may be making it harder for the schools to enroll more students as well. One new rule, which aims to hold colleges responsible for preparing their students for “gainful employment,” allows federal money to be withheld if graduates have too much debt compared to their income. In a recent filing, Apollo Education Group said it expected some of its University of Phoenix programs to be impacted by the new rule, and already stopped enrolling new students for those programs.

Call 855-580-NEST (6378) if you want to be considered for loan forgiveness.

Join the discussion 198 Comments

  • Terri Tracy says:

    I received my Associates degree in Psychology online at University of Phoenix. I believe i was mislead also. I need a full time job and i am having a difficult time. I was also mislead about my financial.

  • Jean says:

    Do not use AIDNEST you can get loan forgiveness on your own. They want to lock you into a 20 year contract of paying them $19.90 a month, so that at the end of 20 years then your debt will be forgiven.

  • Judi Anderson says:

    Earned my associates and bachelor’s degree here. Is there a way I can be helped with student loan debt.? Or are you going to tell me that the only way I can receive any help is by my husband and I filing our taxes separately?

  • Jacqueline says:

    Please contact me as I was one of the students who was misled about the cost and job placement. I am now in forbearance because I can’t afford to pay. I have been contacted by scam artist who have stated they can help me reduce my loans only to find out they just wanted my name to add to a data base and couldn’t assist me. Its frustrating.

  • Dawana McAfee says:

    I graduated from UOP, and cannot even advance in my current company. I owe about$ 45000 in student loans. The education was not worth the money spent on a 4 year degree. I am very disappointed.

  • Timothy Herschell says:

    I can’t remember how much University of Phoenix says I owe (not a huge amount). The problem is I’m having trouble paying my living bills let alone the debt floating over my head. I was using the g.i bill and somehow I owe them money. Is this an acceptable matter for help?

  • Dennis Apgar says:

    I was a student there the schedule was too tough to make a living and go to school

  • Mandi says:

    I have been totally screwed over by UOP I was told my tuition was half of what I have in tuition debt now bc of them and I graduated in 2010 and still do not have a job in my field and they never bothered to help with job placement!
    I definetly need to look into this bc I want my useless debt for this useless degree to go away!

  • Nam Luong says:

    I am a MBA graduate from the University of Phoenix in Houston. I am very interested in the student loan forgiveness and payment reduction programs.

    My phone number is: 832-692-7763.

  • joi ford says:

    i would like to find out more information about your loan forgivness.

  • Flor says:

    This is a classic aggression of the government. I am a Phoenix and I get the best out of what I paid. Those students who did not do well they owed that to themselves not the school. The University has good professors. People dont realize that traditional school cost people and tax dollar more than having private firm run the school for this country.

  • Angel Gonzalez says:

    I have a huge debt through University of Phoenix. How can I be debt free or reduce my payments at least?

  • Laurie Herberholz says:

    Can I get Liang forgiveness in my student loans.All of my students loans are when I went to University of Phoenix .

  • Carbeain Nash says:

    I have an amount of over 20,000 dollars in debt and I am make 10 dollars per hour. Also, I was unemployed for the last five years before I found this tutoring job in Indianapolis. Laid off in 2002, worked for temporary company off and on. Which, only had a year assignment and then I was off of work again. With this my debt has climbed back to the amount mentioned above. I am just devastated. What can you do for me??

  • Judy Levy says:

    I was a student of University of Phoenix I graduated in 2012, I have yet to find a job. I am $72,000 dollars in dept, especially because of Loan interest. I’m not working at this time, I’m so overwhelmed. I recently entered a program to help me. I just pray its not a scam since I had to pay $600.00.

  • Casey Wear says:

    My loan was in 2002/2003 do I get anything back? Let me know. how do I obtain the credits I earned?

  • Deborah Dotson says:

    I was definitely mislead in the cost, and also the availability of jobs in my degree field.

  • Latisha says:

    I would love some information regarding this matter please and thank you.

  • Ophelia Grier says:

    I graduated from UOP in 2007 with a MBA degree. I got laid off in 2009 from a company that I was with for 19 years. One of the major hospitals in Charlotte NC. I’ve been trying to find a job since I got laid off. I didn’t find one. I finally purchased a commercial cleaning franchise business in 2011. I still have a hefty student loan.

  • Stephanie Neely says:

    Wow..make sense when one of the advisors did not tell me the several times I spoke to them they were doing away with their associate degree program. Someone from another department told me.

  • Herb B. says:

    When I met with University of Phoenix recruiters they told me it would cost $25,000 to complete my masters degree in education… I ended up with $37,000 in student loans that I still can’t account for. After 11 years of teaching in low paying public schools, and 10 years of paying on the loan I still owe $20,000. I looked into loan forgiveness but do not meet the criteria.

  • Debra M. Zemke says:

    Please help me! I ended up $20,000+ in debt and still have not gotten a good job to live and pay student loan payments! I need debt forgiveness.

  • heather vh says:

    If the Dept of Education is already taking my income taxes every year am I eligible for student loan forgiveness?

  • Jeannette Spicer says:

    I am unemployed and have been since I graduated from the University of Phoenix in 2014. It is horrible my debt to my education and the universities exagerarted placement rates. I have an MBA go figure.

  • Dana says:

    It seemed i was lied to the entire time i was at UOP. Ended up with a lot of debt and no degree , at least not from UOP. Such a bad experience.

  • Rachel Stone says:

    I attended and recieved an associates degree through pohoenix in 2013! Would this issue apply to me?

  • A former student says:

    I am so glad the govt. Is helping out with this I was a victum of UofP and racked up nearly ?50,000 in debit only ti be gainfully umemployed due to the degree I held from this BS school!!! Thanks fed. Govt. For your help with the debit!!!

  • A former student says:

    I am so glad the govt. Is helping out with this. After 4 years and lots of debit nearly $50,00
    I was a
    ??graduate??
    of UofP only to be successfully gainfully unemployed!?!? Mostly due to the degree I held from this BS school!!! Thanks to the Fed. Govt. For your help with the debit and doing the right thing by shutting this place down or at least taking control of what is going on there !!!

  • michelle says:

    not sure about this years gross adjusted income I misplaced the papers I attended UOP 2006-2009

  • Marie Barker says:

    Other than having observed a severe lack of integrity of some of the leaders of Apollo Group, my educational experience was worthwhile. I knew that the programs were expensive and did my research before I started the programs. When are people going to learn to take responsibility for their actions rather than trying to blame others for their lack of initiative?

  • Tishia Moon says:

    I am still attending and find the rates expensive . Financial aid only gives a certain and that leaves to pay balance out of pocket right now, which I can’t afford to do. I currently am not working just a full-time student and mom of young children. If I am having to pay back loan then why can’t I get what I need to pay for school.

  • Lisa says:

    I was going to check availability however there are so many loans. It seems they kept being sold or whatever was happening. I completed my BSB/HRM about Four years ago and have not had any luck with employment in my field.

  • Judith Weatherford says:

    I was a student at University of Phoenix college. . I was told I would be able to get a better job through their help after graduating. However that did happen. I fell ill with cancer… had two strokes and now disabled. . And receiving disability. I filled out the paperwork for a relief and had my doctor to fill her part out and my home nurse did my paperwork for me ..but they came up with and excuse that I need other doctors to sign the papers that they sent me..I am very concerned of what can happen to me..if possible please look over my relief application please.. I was in the medical field as a C.N.A. and I loved every aspect of my job then.and also a volunteer EMS and Firefighter I dedicated my life and if I could I would still be working. . But my health took another direction. . Very concerned .. Judi.

  • Shawn Barrett says:

    I have a lender who loaned me money to go to this school… Will they pay them???

  • Rebecca Freeman says:

    I was a student with them and earned my associates in criminal justice but when I went on a personal leave and followed all their rules doing so, they just dropped me! Now I keep getting bills and they are charging lots of interest, plus I found out my recruiter even dropped them. I tried to see why all this happened but no one seems helpful, now I know why.

  • Lorenzo Collins says:

    I will call tomorrow. UoP had a lot of us retake classes that we had credits for when we transferred in.

  • louannenielsen1@comcast.net says:

    Is this legit? I am still trying to pay off my student loans. UOP sucked up a lot of my money

  • Loida says:

    Well I used a federal grant for mine which paid for two classes, I never received or unknown if the other half of my grant was returned back, the amount for one class is outrageous which could pay for at least 4 classes with what they asked for per class. Now I received an amount that went to collections that I’m not sure what for. I never started my 3 class did drop but now I get this letter.

  • sandra walker says:

    I want to talk to someone about the loan forgivness program

  • E. L. says:

    Is this a justification for people to blatantly state all students who attended the UofP “bought” their degrees and they learned nothing? Please help as it’s painful to hear people tell me that.

  • Denise says:

    I graduated in 2010 with my bachelor’s degree being told it was for social work and it is criminal justice administration. What I can do with this is nothing . I have been in a dead end job and I am not happy with my loan debt for college that did nothing for me.

  • Jason says:

    To this day I still get phone calls 2-3x per day from ITT Technical Institute. I attended there after the University of Phoeinx because I could not get any job placement when completing my Associates there. ITT Tech told me I would only need to take a couple classes and the. I could start my bachelors program as some of my classes didn’t carry over. 10 classes and almost a second associates degree later and now $47k in debt and I still have only the associates degree from UofP. And yet they call me that much daily to get me to come back! It’s a rip off. Higher education does nothing but cripple us lower income citizens.

  • Teresa says:

    I think the University should have to repay some or all of the debts because it’s mostly their fault many of us are in the shape that we’re in. Before I took classes with UoP, I was able to get a loan for almost anything I wanted. Now, my credit is so screwed up that I can’t borrow $500. My associates degree is worthless and the closed my class out in the middle of a class. I was only 4 or 5 classes away from my Bachelors degree when this happened. Now, I can’t finish my bachelors degree and cannot use the associates. I’m left with nearly $50,000 in debt and nothing to show for it but a worthless piece of paper.

  • Kathy Crawford says:

    Please email more information on debt relief as UofPhx former student.

  • TimIngram says:

    I am a UOP Graduate, and i don’t recall being promised anything from UOP other than a MBA after I completed my courses. I believe the student owns most of the responsibility for their futures. Not saying UOP is innocent, but I witnessed banks and other companies destroy lives with lies, education is a single piece to someone’s future.

  • Aaron Birkholz says:

    I went to university of phoenix. Their courses were bogus

  • Brenda Larner says:

    Brenda Larner slc utah. University of Utah said in the very beginning that they due help with getting anyone with Navajo Scholorship into their school wish was a lie after enrolling and then all a sudden Universality of Phoenix. Replaced the gentlemen helping me with Navajo Scholorship and then new worker said Navajo Education would not apply to Criminal Bachelors degree. So I had. So much problems with University of Utah with issues of grants n loans. 801-755-8814. Brenda Larner slc utah

  • Aurel Gibson says:

    Wow!!! This is so disturbing… Was just considering finishing up my masters @ UOP… Time I reconsider my options…

  • Ronald Long says:

    I want to apply for the Studen Loan forgiveness program.

  • jB says:

    WELL MINE WAS PAID IN FULL THEN THEY REF– USED THE LETTER THEY SENT THEN TOOK 3 YEARS OF REFUND CHECKS THAT PAID IT OFF AND THEY WANT MORE MONEY THAT IS NOT OWED TO THEM. YOU HAVE BEEN PAID OFF I DON’T OWE YOU ANY MORE MONEY!!!!! THEY ARE A RIP OFF, I HAD A LIGAMENT REASON TO GET AN EXTENSION AND WAS REF– USED TO COMPLETE OR EVEN GET A REFUND WASN’T OFFERED, I’M DONE….

  • vera says:

    I have a real big student Bill, over 38000.00 got mba, and not working..i need help, i dont have money to pay bills. Crediters call just about every day.

  • tate says:

    Wow is that why I lost my job, After I went to school for a higher position back in 2001-2003, I was told that it would get me a higher position while trying to get a higher position I was let go in 2006 for a office closing and no available positions in the metro area for me (really a fortune 500 company,) I now have a poverty income and no one believes me when I said I was doing better off before I went to school. Unable to be hired to a good paying position or job I opened my own business which caused me to fail financially and I have been struggling since but I am pressing on. I know that things will get better but this news comes as a shock as it was true about recruiters way back then 13 years ago.

  • C hall says:

    I have tried to get loan forgiveness however since my loans from UOP aren’t considered “direct”loans they are ineligible…sucks!

  • Mary Hudson says:

    I attended UOP online 2008-2010
    Earning a degree in MHA. I feel that no only was I misled about job placement after completing the program, as well as the excessive tuition.

  • Wanda Taylor says:

    Please contact me for additional information

  • Loretta Anderson says:

    I attend UOP for 4 years and can not get a job in my field and my payments were too high have not been able to pay

  • Channique laing says:

    Please can I get more information.

  • Renee says:

    I am a graduate of U.O.P./AXIA and was absolutely shocked and surprised the federal government has looked into online schools and other for profit schools about financial practices . As well as loan forgiveness. … I was definitely approached in a stalking manor. Hopefully these differences will be positive actions, current and past students alike.

  • Amanda Sanders says:

    I just recently left University of Phoenix. I’m not sure if I qualify for this.

  • Bret says:

    Could you please tell me more about what you are doing and how you are doing it.

  • Aicha Bensaid says:

    Finally!! It was about time to get back to those private Universities who were acting SO aggressively with any potential or new students pushing them to ENROLL even if they had to borrow Federal money…and ended up with a Huge Debt. I am so excited to hear these news!!

  • Vicki Phillips says:

    I just want to know that this is not a scam and the truth. I got a degree with UOP and have not been able to get a job.

  • Leslie says:

    I am still a student with UoP how will this effect me. I love my education and rhino it is well worth my time and money!!!!!!

  • Leslie Espinoza says:

    I am a student at UoP how will this effect me? I love my education and right now I believe it is well worth my time and my money!!!!! Cash paying student loves UoP!!!

  • christine says:

    I was miss lead and told I could become a school councilor with a bachelors degree. not true

  • Stephanie says:

    This sounds familiar…just a few months ago I was told I owe $1,500 in tuition by University of Phoenix. This after 8 months, when at my initial inquiry the advisor told me I wouldn’t owe anything until I graduate AND could go without unsubsidized loans. Both lies!!!! UOP is definitely dishonest and deceiving in their practices.

  • Lisa says:

    I have graduated back in 2000 or about and I’m still paying a 30 some thousand dollars and no job to pay this faster. Thank you university of Phoenix for basically destroying my life. I have been paying over 1,000 a month and now I see this I feel the school had let me down and I feel I should not pay this bill at all

  • Deisie Williams says:

    I was attending at the Philadelphia campus from February 2011 to November 2014. I was suppose to graduate July 2015, which did not happen because I failed a class and was told I had to pay $2,900.00 in order to return to complete the rest of my classes in order to graduate. I have yet to understand how that could even be possible!!!! Can someone please contact me with any kind of information so that I can finally be able to complete my course and accomplish my goal of receiving my degree!!!!

  • Andrew Ayers says:

    I graduated from UoP in 2013,and six months after graduating I realized that it cost me way more than what I was told it would! It was something like $30,000,but thanks to some research and my financial advisor at UoP I had all of my student loans deferred! I received my Associates in Information Technology for the shopping price tag of NADDA, $0.00!

  • Denise Rezny says:

    I graduated with a MSN and still owe 30000 in 2004. The MSN means nothing as it doesnt have a MSN in what? Mislead and lied.. so for anyone trying or thinking– please think twice.. I wish I had

  • Izzy says:

    I don’t get any of you people. I have a UOP degree in business/eBusiness. I was in it for the degree because I didn’t finish college the first time around. I worked, I learned, I graduated. I had debt. I paid it off. A college degree isn’t a golden ticket, it’s one of many tools that help you get a job.

  • Elsa Quinones says:

    I currently attend UOP and I have noticed that since I stated the tuition rate per class has increased as well as the resource fee and I also had a scholarship which they took away from me for some reason I certainly did not understand and also was not told about and they ended up taking more federal money from me. I would love to see about the program. I also have been looking into employment in the field I am studying and have not found any jobs in that field which they kind of talked me into persueing because I was undecided.

  • Zusana says:

    I have medical issues and debt with UOP and student loan debt. I am unable to work due to disability/heart failure. Can someone call me? 435-559-3301.

  • Caren says:

    I graduated from UOP last spring. I thought the academic program was rigorous. I have attended a local community college as well as a state ( wright state university) and a high academic college (University of Dayton) and found the courses work more challenging at UOP. The only thing that I didn’t agree with was the group projects. I definitely felt lazier students were riding the coat tails of others. I was fortunate to have my employer pay for the education, however I do know they no longer offer UOP as an educational option. Probably because of the cost. I also have not had to look for a job outside of current employment so can not comment on job placement.

  • Pam Mead says:

    I graduated in May of 2014 with a MHA degree. I have been struggling ever since to get a job in this field. I was told there was no need for clinical background and that I was a great candidate for this new online degree program that was my passion to be a part of positive change to our aging society. I feel I’ve been lied to and deceived for employment placement in this career. Now I am strapped with debt from this degree that has killed all my hopes for employment.

  • Natalie says:

    I do not understand why people are upset that they owe money to an agency for which they signed up for to get a COLLEGE DEGREE. This is something I knew going into it was going to cost me money. I did not get the degree and a few years later decide that it isn’t worth it and then ask the GOVERNMENT to waive my tuition bills!!!??? What is wrong with you people? I’m sorry, but if you didn’t want to pay for the college courses then you shouldn’t have signed up for the classes. People act like this is only with UoP… this is with EVERY college in this country. You sign up for courses, you get a student loan (or pay up front or get a scholarship), you complete the courses, then you PAY FOR THE LOAN! Why should the government forgive your loan????? I just don’t understand it…

  • Natalie says:

    THANK YOU!!! This is what I keep saying… people are acting like they are being forced to attend college and get a student loan. It sucks sometimes having to find that money each month, but I’ve paid it on time every month for 5 years now. I still owe another 4 years and I will continue to pay my loan because I SIGNED UP FOR THIS and I would never ask the government for something that I got myself into. If you have a problem making the payments, you should have thought about that before you signed up for the courses!

  • Jean Webster says:

    I received my bachelors degree in Human Services at UOP and the amount of money I have to pay back is outrages. Something that I was blinded on and did not expect the high amount that I have to pay back. Wasn’t worth the 4 years that I went there. They were so misleading. I regret attending that school.

  • Arthuro Abanilla says:

    On the flip side to many former students, I earned a Bachelors of Information technology and Masters degree of Information Systems from UoP, and my income has literally almost tripled since before I received my degrees.

    I work in IT, and the salary for the work I am doing has gone from 30K when I started school to 63K last year.

    I also teach IT at two different colleges at night. Those teaching gigs get me another $23,000 a year to supplement my income.

    I TRULY believe that UoP didn’t make me any smarter. It also didn’t make me a better tech, but it helped me… What it did for me was to help me focus and manage my time better. So if I have to learn something, even with my hectic schedule, I learn.

    Further, the degrees got me interviews, and I kept moving forward. My jobs kept getting better, and now I’m VERY HAPPY with what I do.

    I owe 73,000 for my degrees, and I have begun to pay them back. It’s an annoyance, but I make enough to make my payments.

    Now that I teach, I tell students all the time that a degree isn’t a guarantee, but it’s a way to get you past the pile of resumes that Human Resources gets for posted jobs.

  • Nancy Sperberg says:

    I also have high debt from UOP. I graduated about 2 years ago and have still not found a job in my bachelors degree in Medical Administration. Is there any way I can have my student loans forgiven. I have been watching this on the internet and want to know if this is a real thing or just hog wash.

  • Monique says:

    U don’t have to file separately. File together and use the injured spouse form. My husband and I do this. He owes student loans so I am the injured spouse

  • Rania says:

    Pam I graduated with the same degree in 2007 with no clinical background as like you i was told no need for it until now I am unable to find work using it forcing me to go back and get certification in Medical Coding.

  • Diane Moran says:

    Well, i graduated back in 2011 with Associates degree in Healthcare/Medical Records. Still do not have a job in the field. After six months i complained and was told I NEED TO BE PROACTIVE IN FINDING A JOB! Really??? Good grades too! I enjoyed the classes. They were organized and my teachers were always available. The financials were dealt with professionally, but I ended up putting loans into PSLF program. Could not keep with payments and living expences. SO, rather than default, I applied through my current job for public service loan forgiveness since i work in a state run non for profit, UNprivatized facility. That would be my suggestion for people who want low to even zero payments per month. Look for state jobs in the non private pubkic sector.

    I am EXTREMELY dissapointed in the lack of help through the university regarding placement. They should have access to all states and job listings and enforce that graduates have the opportunity to apply before those with no degree! I understood recently University of Phoenix started doing this and it was a constant complaint from many people it seems, but looks like they’re too late…

  • A. COFFEY says:

    I have a BA from UopX. The misleading part in my case is that when I asked if the school was accredited I was told yes a hundred times, but my degree is not in my state, so I paid 40k for a degree and I can’t take my boards to become certified. 🙁 very sad…

  • Katherine says:

    I went to UoP and was mislead & very disappointed. The credits & degree are not accepted at any other university within 2000 miles of me. The $35K I owe is for a below average education. Many employers, including those in their ads don’t consider it.

  • Dennis Sheil says:

    I paid off my student loans to UOP, but feel I was lied to about the opportunities. I was one of the veterans they recruited… Any chance of getting a refund?

  • R. Potter says:

    I’m with most of these other students. Working a job that’s supposedly beneath me with my ‘Bachelor’s and Master’s’ from this great school that nobody cares about.
    I was also misled, hoodwinked, and bamboozled into thinking this was a great school. SMH…..Now because I owe them, I cannot register for another school.

  • Carolyn Johnson says:

    I am a UOP graduate and grateful for the experience. The education was perfect for me. You work hard, you sacrifice, you get ahead. UOP was my 2nd attempt and it worked and I now have a very good paying job and it would not have happened without my UOP education.

    I read your comments and wonder if you read about your loans before hand and if you had a realistic view of the job market. I knew I would be 50k in debt after it was all done. $450 per credit hour multiplied by 120 hours = $54,000 – How could you not know?

    Plus, your degree doesn’t create the market, but the degree gives you tools to capture those jobs once available. The jobs will not find you – you have to find the jobs. And with the current job market, jobs are not easy to find. To ask the government for loan forgiveness – in essence asking me to pay your loan through my taxes because you were not hired is absurd. Where is your pride and why do you feel you are entitled. This is college. College is not Free.

  • Kristin says:

    I was completely misguided. I was 17yrs old when I started. I believe every word my counselor told me. Wasn’t until I was 2 1/2 years into my degree I was informed it was no where close to the degree I wanted. So here I am with nearly $60k in loans for a degree I did not want and it tim me 3 years to find a job somewhat in that degree field

  • Kristina says:

    What do I do if I’m currently enrolled in the university of phoenix? I’ve been attending for about a year now

  • Deborah says:

    I feel misled in how much I would receive in grants vs student loans. I ended up bombarded with loans. 4 years later , I owe over 25,000 (7,000 from interest customers I deferred it). I am a single parent trying to do the right thing, but when I see around the same balance every month, it becomes frustrating. Feel like giving up.:-(

  • Rosemary oiler says:

    I know what I was told I would be paying has turned out to be rideculusly wrong, it seem I am paying at least times the amount they anitionally stated. I am looking further into the misleading especially lately I have been getting the run around by the finance department

  • Julia says:

    I am going to call. I graduated in 2012 and received my MBA. I have been on over 100 interviews and was unemployed for a year. I cannot get anywhere with this degree. I now have a job but am making what I made in high school. I have had multiple HR departments and managers laugh at the degree and the college saying I bought the degree and did not earn it. One person told me to use the degree as toilet paper. If I take the MBA off my resume it shows up in a background check and am told I am deceitful on my job application. They want me to pay over $400 a month for my loan, but I do not even make that a week. Such a waste of my time. I regret going there so badly. I should have dropped out when a professor from my undergrad read a paper I got an A on and told me it was a C paper.

  • A Foreman says:

    I felt UoP was up front about everything. As well I did my own research and compared it’s programs with other schools. I hold a BS and MPA with Phoenix and proud of my accomplishments. Higher education does not guarantee and job any more than investing guarantees a return. It is an adult choice to invest. Some political talking heads have everyone convinced that a colleges owes you job placement as a right. That is who you should be mad at, liars that confuse what is a right!

  • Ren parker says:

    Please tell me who to call I am so stressed and pissed at the u of p. Way to much money owed and no job to show for it….in fact I have 3 more classes to a bachelors in human service management and haven’t been able to pay them 3000$ to complete because I loss my sister shockingly and they would not help or let me stop classes and as a result I flunked because I was grieving now how is that fair.

  • Cathy Flynn says:

    I have a BS from UOPX in Human Services. I was told that this is what I needed to become a social worker. I am unable to get a job in the field. My degree isn’t worth the paper it was printed on and I owe a huge some in student loans. Can barely afford my living expenses let alone pay for my worthless degree.

  • Teena Woscek says:

    I graduated with a BS/HR from UoPX in 2013 and am still not working in the field of study. I recently went back to get my MBA only because it was a goal and online is easier for me at my older age than most students. I too was told and still am told the school is accredited, but yet, it doesn’t seem to mean a thing to employers. I am currently unemployed and good management job prospects doesn’t look good even with my soon to be finished MBA. Sad sad!!

  • Ron says:

    My recruiter told me that before signing up that my full tuition would be 23,000 upon graduation for the final two years of my Bachelors degree in Business. My total came to 45,000 and no one can tell me how that happened since the number of classes I actually took were the exact same number I was told I needed! These people are guilty of fraud but because I earn “too much money” there is no help for me! I am earning less now than when I started at U of P but that is irrelevant.

  • Chris says:

    I graduated last summer figured I had about 25-30k in loans here to find out its 45k plus almost 20k just in intrest it almost doubled with intrest it’s ridiculous To pay 50% intrest they also sold my loans more than once to someone else.

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    I received my AA in Human Services Management, I obtained 2013 when economy was bad and job market was not good, six months after graduating I obtain part time employment, UOP opened many doors for me. Yes, the curriculum was demanding, Mercer’s is too. I decided my education we as worth it and prioritize my time.UOP made it possible for me to entire Mercer University undergrade program. No education is cheap, all these schools need to lower tuition & book cost. I earned 2 degrees from Grant money and abt 4 certificates. Yes, I have loans to repay, but it is all worth it in the end. Lower tuition is needed from all forms of secondary educational systems not just UOP. This is my truth.

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    I received my AA in Human Services Management, in 2013 when the economy was bad and job market was not good, six months after graduating I obtain part time employment, UOP opened doors for me. Yes, the curriculum was demanding, Mercer’s is too. I decided my education was worth it and prioritize my time.UOP made it possible for me to enter Mercer University undergrade program. No education is cheap, all these schools need to lower tuition & book cost. I earned 2 degrees from Grant money and abt 4 certificates. Yes, I have loans to repay, but it is all worth it in the end. Lower tuition is needed from all forms of secondary educational systems not just UOP. This is my truth.

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    I am also very discouraged. I am 9 credits away from graduation all because I took 3 classes I didn’t need in the beginning only to be told I had ran out of financial aid to finish. 3 classes!!!!! Never missed a class in 3 years and made A’s and B’s.

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    I’m sure UOP deserves some blame as im positive they used some shady moves to get and keep money from students. I’m more upset with the govt subsidized banks for the interest on the loans, I owe 59, 000 for my BS, I bet 17, 000 of that is interest from defering because I couldn’t pay from lack of a job that could pay the huge payments they wanted.

  • S. R. Williams says:

    Wow, I am appalled about this situation and not being able to find employment in my degree field; which I was told I will upon graduation. I’m up to my ears in loans from UOP from 2010 to 2015 which I have received both an Associate’s degree and Bachelor’s degree. As a single parent working full-time to better my career opportunities that was a waste of time, energy, and mental stress. Very heart broken right now…..

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    How does this work if you used VA funding to pay for a worthless degree? Are funds refunded so you can obtain another degree?

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    I was enrolled to get my Bachelors in Healthcare Administration, & was forced to quit 5 classes frm graduating…I attended UOP for 4yrs & ow over $80,000…All of my classmates who did graduate are still working in their same field they were when they started & we were all assured that we would have jobs in the healthcare administration, not even close, they tell them they are not qualified…now after neck, back, knee & shoulder surgeries, I am disabled & can’t work, & most definately can not afford my student loans. I feel cheated & very misled

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