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University of Phoenix

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Higher education, colleges and universities.
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Educational instituion. No ticker. Not Listed.
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About University of Phoenix:
Univesity/College. Provides services in the area of education and skills improvement.
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University of Phoenix is one of the largest employers in Phoenix, Arizona (AZ) 85040. Tel: (602) 966-9577.

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Go to thread Anonymous44742, Monday 10/20/14 19:08:02 UTC

Dems is n!ggers Forest!

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Go to thread Anonymous44741, Monday 10/20/14 19:07:48 UTC

Dems is n!ggers Forest!

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Go to thread Anonymous44658, Sunday 10/19/14 21:10:34 UTC

Earnings call on Tuesday

What lies will be served up to investors this quarter?
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Go to thread Anonymous44579, Saturday 10/18/14 19:19:37 UTC

Which of the two nurses infected was a

Phoenix dropout?
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Go to thread Anonymous44560, Saturday 10/18/14 14:58:18 UTC

Just helped open several boxes of new office chairs. Why the hell is there feces on most of them. Freakin' disgusting!

Hope we send these back. I would find another supplier next time.
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Go to thread Anonymous44516, Saturday 10/18/14 02:39:40 UTC

Something does not feel right....

No communications with anyone. Steve R's office reaches out 5 days past their original quota in making National Account Execs aware of final interviews. The invites are sent out at 8pm on a Friday night. No apologies to anyone who's life this is effecting, people who are officially done on the 31st are still working with full access to the VPN... This all seems like smoke & mirrors. Is UOPX going bankrupt? Are we living as part of the largest scholastic failure in our nation's history right now?
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Go to thread Anonymous44464, Friday 10/17/14 22:29:46 UTC

ATTENTION APOLLO GROUP EXECUTIVES

How long are you going to allow these people in management in San Diego to make a mockery of company time, assets, and professional integrity?
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Go to thread Company email today 10/17 (from San Diego project Manager), Friday 10/17/14 21:53:02 UTC

We are wasting time and money lol

It is Unbelievable that the campus project manager is sending emails to us about a director and his singing career. Now I know what he has been doing in his office instead of working--writing songs for his new CD that the staff has been forced to buy and listen to. My manager is up my but about making dials and being in the right aux code. What code should we be in while reading this nonproductive bullshit? With the company trying to save money let's start by terminating the song writer and his promoter/campus project manager for using company resources for non-company business. They are stealing wages by doing this on company time. They are also causing me to deal with this when I am trying to be productive. Total BS and the campus director supports this.Get rid of her too and keep people that are productive. I am sure my name is on the upcoming layoff list and these idiots will survive and continue to do nothing. Hope Greg Capelli or whatever his name is reads this.
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Go to thread Mitch (Money Laundry), Thursday 10/16/14 19:38:53 UTC

Been here a year and i still haven't figured out what i'm suppose to be doing.

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Go to thread Camden Kid (Twitter @USinjustice), Thursday 10/16/14 19:32:23 UTC

What To Do With All the Leisure Time?:Post on Glassdoor and Indeed

For those who have been shown the door, now that you have been granted all that leisure time, write about your UoP experience at Glassdoor and Indeed.....http://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/University-of-Phoenix-Reviews-E130372.htm.....http://www.indeed.com/cmp/University-of-Phoenix/reviews
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Go to thread Asst. (to the) General Mgr, Thursday 10/16/14 15:09:00 UTC

Happy Bosses Day!

Layoffs happening today. I bet the bosses get a nice bonus.
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Go to thread Anonymous44043, Thursday 10/16/14 04:28:00 UTC

Another selfish nog I see. I am referring to the Ebola infected grad reject spreading that $hit around. These nogs care about nothing. Wonder

if a Pell check covered the free vacation to Ohio.
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Go to thread I had to lie about my education to get a job (advice for the soon to be layed off employees that are also Alumni), Thursday 10/16/14 02:27:23 UTC

Being honest got me nothing

I hate lying about my education to get a job but after months of searching and being honest I decided feeding my family was worth the lie. I told the interviewer that I only had a HS diploma (even though I got my Univ of Phoenix degree). I told the interviewer that I came from a poor family and did not have the option of going to school because I had to work. I continued that my only option was University of Phoenix. I told the interviewer that I knew companies would rather hire an uneducated person that had sense than hire a fool with a Phoenix education. The interview chuckled and said we do not hire University of Phoenix graduates cause they have a degree but they are pathetic to think that their degree is meaningful... disassociated yourself from that joke of a school.
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Go to thread Surprisingly UOPX is not listed, Wednesday 10/15/14 23:44:38 UTC

85 schools being investigated for sexual harassment

UOPX is not included n the following list but they are probably on a list all by themselves as they F@(K everybody over. Employees and students alike are raped and/or sodimized by this so called school. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/15/colleges-federal-investigation-sexual-assault_n_5990286.html
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Go to thread Anonymous43963, Wednesday 10/15/14 20:47:28 UTC

Hey UOP bachelor degreed peeps

Here is a list of companies looking to hire you for your boss skills. Goodwill, Seven-Eleven, Waste Management, Starbuck's, Grease Monkey, K-Mart, Ashford U, UEI, Concorde College, Wal-Mart. Endless entry level opportunities. LMFAO.
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Go to thread Assesments, Wednesday 10/15/14 18:09:48 UTC

There has been a lot of talk about assessments

The executives from the highest level down through campus directors at UoPieceo'crap have their track record. Their record is their assessment and clearly it indicates complete failure in their abilities to lead, manage,think critically, and act ethically. The board of directors should clean house and remove any board member as well that were added as a political tool. A complete overhaul is necessary if this now shameful school find a place in the educational community.
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Go to thread Anonymous43937, Wednesday 10/15/14 17:17:30 UTC

WFS last day is coming

Anyone who failed the WFS assessment for rehire their last day is Oct 31
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Go to thread TV Commercial (Made me LMAO), Wednesday 10/15/14 01:16:13 UTC

UoP has Alumni at the Top 100 companies

Yeah every top 100 company has: 1. a mail room 2. a cafeteria 3. shitters that need to get cleaned and ass wipe replaced This is where the UoP alumni are at in these companies.
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Go to thread Anonymous43799, Tuesday 10/14/14 23:35:45 UTC

@43785

The DOE is still investigating this school for improper Title IV practices. Big problems are looming. Not only are the feds examining shady FA processes, but they are going to issue the Gainful Employment rules later this month. The executives here in Phoenix are talking about a layoff of roughly 1000 employees, mostly ACs, FCs, operations, and middle managers.
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Go to thread Anonymous43785, Tuesday 10/14/14 22:30:52 UTC

FA processing center

can someone tell me why our FA processing center is so backed up and can not process our students loans on time? This would be important, since we are depending their fund to pay for their classes right?
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Go to thread EasyRider (Non Degree), Tuesday 10/14/14 19:54:56 UTC

Is UOP in Phoenix still home of the quicky parking lot bj? Girls were so easy in 2002-2005.

All this talk of layoffs is boring! Let's talk about all of the little academic counselors and admissions reps that are easy and live for the parking lot bj. 2002 - 2005 were fun times at UOP, especially at the Compass Building. Judging by all of the layoff talk, it appears that the fun is gone. It was a crappy mismanaged company then, I can only imagine what it is like now. What I want to know is how many of these slores are now your Senior Management?
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Go to thread Anonymous43540, Monday 10/13/14 19:40:15 UTC

24.24 Down 0.65(2.61%)

Dump and pump.
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Go to thread Anonymous43501, Monday 10/13/14 15:41:21 UTC

LAYOFFS

FROM MY UNDERSTANDING, TOMORROW OCTOBER 14TH IS THE BIG DAY
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Go to thread Anonymous43355, Sunday 10/12/14 03:06:27 UTC

Does management still ride advisors?

Are they still treating advisors like children? Do they still have Forced Friends Friday where they take you to a local park and you pretend you give a shit about the idiots you WORK with? Let's all go to a movie theater and watch asappy sports movie and eat hot dogs and popcorn. What f***ing dipshits. Treat your adults as such and become a real institution of higher learning and NOT a sleazy boiler room. If you don't change, you will be interred like Sperling.
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Go to thread Anonymous43306 (academic advisor), Saturday 10/11/14 18:30:45 UTC

Any more details about layoffs? update ?

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Go to thread Anonymous43245, Saturday 10/11/14 02:24:10 UTC

Anyone know the new VP guy on the 10th floor? He invited a bunch of us to his new house for a party tomorrow and none of us really know him.

He kinda seems like an alcoholic and some of us are undecided on whether or not to go.
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Go to thread Anonymous43197, Friday 10/10/14 19:58:35 UTC

Stock is on my projected path to the $hitbox. Come January, expect $15.

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Go to thread Anonymous43196, Friday 10/10/14 19:58:31 UTC

Stock is on my projected path to the $hitbox. Come January, expect $15.

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Go to thread Anonymous43154, Friday 10/10/14 16:26:50 UTC

Apollo stock following a more familiar

trajectory today. Down 3.25% at $25.13. I'm looking forward to it trading in the single digits.
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Go to thread Anonymous42941, Thursday 10/09/14 04:49:18 UTC

Managers/Directors who read this board

Has it dawned on you why there is such derision and venom on most of these posts mentioning some of you by name? It's because of the lies, coercion, and manipulation you used on people who are/were trying to do their jobs, but you felt compelled to intimidate and lie to get more production from them. It doesn't work that way and it will surely be this school's undoing in the very near future.
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Go to thread Anonymous42867, Wednesday 10/08/14 18:58:57 UTC

Watch that stock drop! Teens are approaching fast. This $hitbox looks like the train at the end of Back to the Future 3.

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Go to thread Camden Kid (Twitter @USinjustice), Tuesday 10/07/14 12:36:51 UTC

Top Apollo Group/University of Phoenix Executives Are Asking for Criminal Charges

@Marquejsha (Pell), your post is just another indicator of just how racist and sexist Apollo Group and University of Phoenix is. And it begins at the top, cynically marketing to (or rather targeting) working-class women of color as well as other vulnerable populations (e.g. military veterans, single mothers, immigrants, people with disabilities, people who are unemployed or underemployed). They know the numbers and they know the tactics and they do nothing. If the political winds shift, and they can, Apollo Group and University of Phoenix executives could be criminally prosecuted for this--and some at lower levels know it. The top executives at Enron were in denial for years and it seems like the same is happening at Apollo Group and University of Phoenix.
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Go to thread Before you get laid off, Tuesday 10/07/14 03:02:14 UTC

Buy JT2 CD

Its for sale and the pressure is on at San Diego to increase sales of the CD by JT Deuce Phoenix director/singer wanna be. Enrollment advisors are giving a copy of the CD to any student that provides a referral. Referrals are down significantly since the program began. Students, like most campus employees think the music is lame.
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Go to thread Anonymous42453, Monday 10/06/14 03:40:17 UTC

October 14 is coming, the list is circulating, HR is setting up phone calls.

Finally some of the directors that laughed last year will be crying this year. It's about time these self proclaimed leaders get what they deserve.
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Go to thread Anonymous42323 (academic), Saturday 10/04/14 19:59:34 UTC

Just rumors most lay off will be scheduled for october be prepared ; call center will be assisting our students they dont need a lot of employee

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Go to thread Anonymous42219, Friday 10/03/14 21:27:25 UTC

Three weeks from today

More than 300 lucky souls will be cut free of this whore house.It's already on paper and middle managers and campus personnel are going to be bent over. Some will enjoy the buggering.Bye Bye.
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Go to thread Anonymous42059, Friday 10/03/14 11:53:58 UTC

An upside to the recent court decision?

As reported in Reuters--"Judge Rosemary Collyer of D.C. District Court said the agency failed to explain why it banned the schools from offering bonuses to recruiters based on the number of students they enroll who graduate. The court asked the Department to amend the rules." Therefore, if the bonus is based on graduation rate, then two thoughts spring to mind. First, UoP's graduation rate is dismal, thus there should be few (if any) who earn a bonus. Second, add a punitive side to those recruited on the current UoP model of a pulse and access to Title IV/GI Bill money. Students recruited who do not graduate prompt a penalty to the school. The penalty could kick in below a certain graduation rate--say 35 or 40%. If the school willfully recruits those who have no chance of graduation, then at some point, the bonus should flow the other direction--UoP pays back the money earned (earned is very loose term). Heck, why not do this to any/all schools? Certainly, there would be ramifications to such a change but it is an interesting thought experiment. For UoP, this would not mandate a change from open enrollment, but might reinforce a more realistic evaluation of student capability (and perhaps add remedial courses to the curriculum). If UoP actually wants to support the mission of the school—to provide “…access to higher education opportunities that enable students to develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve their professional goals, improve the productivity of their organizations and provide leadership and service to their communities” then do something to meet the mission. Return to the model that served the school in the past and abandon the gold digging approach that places short-term gain above long-term viability. Trouble is, this change would require actual leadership and courage, two traits lacking in the current regime.
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Go to thread Anonymous41910, Thursday 10/02/14 20:08:54 UTC

Word of the slaughter is getting out

The stock is up a buck on the carcasses of employees getting laid off. You have to wonder if the teach anything in those high priced business schools about building a business the old fashion way through ideas and hard work.
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Go to thread Anonymous41843, Thursday 10/02/14 15:25:08 UTC

The ship is top heavy, especially in West. Half the director team is getting the walk. Names are already on paper. Who will have a chair when

the music stops?
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Go to thread Anonymous41800, Thursday 10/02/14 07:16:56 UTC

Now burning reserves from the cash pallets. Mark this post, $15 by January, $10 in March, aid cut, $5 summer 2015. 90 / 10 rule eliminates

Veteran's benefits from calculation. $2 in December 2015. S hole is dismantled into pieces and sold off.
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