The University of Phoenix has long been a well-known name for distance learners. Perhaps lesser known, the school also offers numerous small campuses across the country where students can go for on-site enrollment, and take classes in a more traditional atmosphere, albeit the majority of their classmates will be non-traditional students.
The model of Phoenix has pros and cons. Unfortunately for many hard-working Phoenix students, multiple campuses have been shut down in recent years, although the school still offers many places to achieve a degree, online and in person.
Below is a list of some of the campuses that have been shut down.
- University of Phoenix Kansas City Campus
- University of Phoenix Oklahoma City Campus
- University of Phoenix Hohokam Campus
- University of Phoenix Raleigh Campus
- University of Phoenix Sacramento Valley Campus
- University of Phoenix San Diego Campus
- University of Phoenix Springfield Campus
- University of Phoenix West Michigan Campus
- University of Phoenix Wichita Campus
Students who were enrolled at these institutions, or were interested in applying are encouraged to research nearby campuses, consider an online degree.
Search for a University of Phoenix campus near you, check the stats for their Online Campus, or search for other schools that cater to non-traditional students.
For a list of other closed campuses, see this resource.