The University of Phoenix has frozen tuition for all degree programs. Eligible students who enroll in a credit-bearing course before the university’s June 30 deadline will pay the same tuition and rate fees until graduation.
In addition to meeting the June enrollment deadline, the for-profit school has stipulated that students with less than 24 credit hours who wish to participate in the program must enroll in the university’s orientation workshop on or before Oct. 15. After enrolling in a credit bearing class a student must remain consistently enrolled with the school for the tuition freeze to be effective.
After meeting the university’s enrollment deadline, students are allowed up to five years to complete their associate degree, eight years to complete their bachelor’s degree, five years to complete their master’s degree, and nine years to complete a doctorate.
Additionally, the university’s guidelines explain that the tuition freeze is only valid for one degree.
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