Since late 2016, University of Phoenix has been able to work under the radar, because they don't have to produce SEC documents.
UoPX, under Apollo Global Management and Vistria Group, won't even tell many of its own workers how many students they have or how bad the financial situation is.
In 2016, UoPX had a reported 142,000 students. Some courageous person here leaked information that enrollment is down to about 75,000. There also have been rumors that UoPX was still operating at a huge loss despite all the layoffs and campus closings.
Will UoPX be willing to publicly report their enrollment numbers? If not, is there anyone that could provide more documentation of enrollment and financial numbers? Or are higher-level managers and executives too afraid to talk even anonymously?