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The University of Arizona Global Campus

711 Reviews

Locations:   Chandler (AZ) 

Annual Tuition: $47,685

70% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of students said they would recommend this school to others
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Reviewed: 10/6/2023

Degree: Liberal Studies

I was excited to go back to school and finish my Bachelor’s degree so I decided to attend this college only to be disappointed. These professors do not know what they are doing or knows how to grade anything. They have left me with nothing but anxiety, disappointment, and the feeling of not even wanting to finish my degree and hence the reason why I left. University of Phoenix is so so much better than there. I spent hours and hours researching and researching for my assignments and papers and yet... Read More

Mechelle Roy

Reviewed: 9/20/2023

Degree: Instructional Technology

As a dedicated student and a veteran who served my country with honor, I embarked on this educational journey with high hopes and a strong commitment to achieving my degree. However, my experience has been marred by a series of issues that have left me deeply disheartened. One of the most glaring issues I encountered during my time with the University of Arizona Global Campus was the failure to factor in the total cost of the program. This lack of transparency and oversight has created a substantial... Read More


Reviewed: 6/15/2023

Degree: Human Resources

This school was challenging, thought provoking, and very helpful for progressing my career. The faculty was always extremely helpful and quickly solved any concerns. I enjoyed going to school for my first time and am happy with the education I received.


Reviewed: 5/21/2023

Degree: Psychology

Really good experience! The research was challenging and pushed me! I was looking for a program that could challenge me and prepare me for a multitude of goals. University of Arizona Global Campus delivered! I was impressed by the graduation ceremony


Reviewed: 3/27/2023

Degree: Psychology

I rarely write reviews, but I wanted to address some of the misleading reviews and the plethora of unjustified tears that have been shed all over this site. Many of the poor reviews stem from the individual failing to do their research prior to enrolling in a program. For example, the University does not hide the fact that their PhD Psychology program is not APA accredited, and therefore not accepted if one wants to practice as a licensed psychologist. The same goes for the required accreditations... Read More

The Dude

Reviewed: 3/7/2023

Degree: Human Resources

UAGC seems to be a fairly polarizing school. Some people hate it, some people love it. For my personal experience, I felt like the school did a fine job at providing me an education and improving my future career prospects. I'll break down my review into different sections. STAFF AND FACULTY: My career advisor was great. She was extremely responsive and easy to get ahold of, she would send me occasional e-mails encouraging me to keep up my work and would praise me throughout my schoolwork citing... Read More


Reviewed: 2/22/2023

Degree: Early Childhood Education

I'm beyond disappointed and dissatisfied with UAGC. I first attended ashford that merged with UAGC during my first year and each year the costs has increased without better student care, learning resources and better engaging college professors. If you're going to spend over $1500 for one course I would expect better. The re-entry team promised me a grant to help towards my balance if I came back to register. It turn from yes we can too now I don't know we have to wait and see after you finish your... Read More

gwendolyn brinkley

Reviewed: 1/18/2023

Degree: Education

I decided to go back to school. I had attended when it was Ashford University. First of all, I had to switch to a different major because my prior major had been discontinued. I had 19 credits to finish in order to get my Bachelor's Degree. After enrolling, it changed to 30 (??). No one told me about this, so I called when I found out and was told that due to my new major, I had to take additional classes. My first class started on January 10, 2023. Two days later I received my financial aid award... Read More

Don't Do It

Reviewed: 1/6/2023

Degree: MBA

None of the curriculum matches throughout the course. The professors are unable to edit any of the curriculum so when you point it out they tell you to just do the best you can. They provide little to no feedback for the reasoning for grades and do not take the classes seriously. There is no support from the main office or any of the advisors I was very disappointed and withdrew during my second class due to this. I am writing this so you don't waste your time like I did mine!


Reviewed: 12/13/2022

Degree: Business Economics

First of all, it's a degree mill. You will learn very little of value, and the only reason to attend is for a degree that will "check a box" so your resume is not filtered out by AI when you apply for jobs in the future. Professors give out assignment templates from when the university was still Ashford, which is concerning. Maybe a video from 2016 about a retired IT professional (On an Ashford hosted site, no less) isn't current enough to be taught in a college environment? Food for thought. The... Read More


Reviewed: 10/11/2022

Degree: Supply Chain Management

I was hesitant to attend this school (I started when it was Ashford University), but it was great for my life. I was in the Army when I attended the university. It took almost 8 years to get my degree in the Army life and school. However, fast forward to today within a year, I found a great job in my field, supply chain management, and I am making very good money. I am happy with my decision to attend the university. I even had a death in the family and had an emergency drop. The professors were... Read More


Reviewed: 9/14/2022

Degree: Organizational Leadership

I would like to urge everyone who reads this not to enroll in this university. The academic standards are low. The coursework is full of busywork which minimizes the learning. Most importantly, the school is money, hungry, and they will tell you anything you want to hear in order to get you to sign up for a course. On at least two occasions I have been told things that were absolutely not true, in order to convince me to sign up. Once I was told that I would get some work life credit for achievements... Read More


Reviewed: 7/11/2022

Degree: Psychology

Often called a “diploma mill”, I can assure you it is not. I have worked harder at UAGC than I did at my Brick and mortar school. If you don’t apply yourself or underperform your grades will show it. As evidenced by the number of current students complaint about grades in the school’s Facebook student and alumni group. I believe the problems stem mainly from the fact that school is very very much for profit. The academic advisors feel more like call center sales agents than actual academic advisors,... Read More


Reviewed: 7/9/2022

Degree: Child Development

I heard about this school back in 2017 from a coworker. I thought it was great because I working full time and was unable to get into the classes I needed to at my local colleges. This college is mainly about self-taught and self-motivation which I had no issues with since I have many experiences from my job to contribute to discussions and assignments. Most of the classes felt the same as the next. You briefly cover a topic and then the next class goes a little more in depth. Later classes, you... Read More


Reviewed: 5/20/2022

Degree: Psychology

University seems to hire any (unqualified) person who applies to teach the graduate courses. Professors are rude and condescending in their communication, especially when they don't know the answer to a clarifying question, which is nearly always. Professors are just proctors for predetermined course outlines, so they actually have no idea what they are doing, or how to answer a true question or learning opportunity. My passion for psychology is now just giving way to "just finish this course so... Read More

IT Grad

Reviewed: 5/15/2022

Degree: Information Technology

When I started this school in 2019, it was called Ashford University. Then the University of Arizona brought out the school. I think that this school is good for individuals that has the drive to teach themselves, hold themselves accountable, and understand that they will have to do work outside of the classroom to really bridge the gap between college and being able to work in their desired field. In every class you will have to do discussions, replies, and a final which could be a test, project,... Read More


Reviewed: 5/4/2022

Degree: Early Childhood Education

This school is a literal joke! I spent 5 weeks completing the same assignment, I didn’t learn anything useful, but the icing on the cake for me was when I got hit with a $3,000 bill for 3 pathetic classes. I immediately dropped out and now I owe the school $1,400 just because, on top of that I owe a loan that I wasn’t even aware of. That loan cost $933… I’m begging you please don’t go to this school!!!!!

katie conway

Reviewed: 4/21/2022

Degree: Liberal Arts

First month in this school tried to make threats to me because they claimed I plasgised in their school. They use a soft ware that detects if you used google articles. Do not use any online resorces for your assignments unless its states you can or they will fail you and red flag you. Teachers are rude, not helpful nor do they get back with you in a timely manner. theres barely anytime off or anything to win nor do beside work, work and deal with rude lazy teachers that dont know how to dp the assignment... Read More


Reviewed: 4/19/2022

Degree: Social Sciences

When the name changed, from ashford university to university of arizona global campus, I thought it was kind of weird, but I still kept pushing for my degree. Then in Feb of 2022, I seen a news article, ASHFORD UNIVERSITY and navient (their loan provider) where both sues for misrepresentation, and lying about the cost of.classes and how much financial aid we was getting, Go figure. This school, no matter the name change will always be known as the school that scammed their students, and any degree... Read More


Reviewed: 3/29/2022

Degree: Business Administration

There are very few professors in the business program who do anything more than copy & paste responses and feedback. It gets old working on papers and discussion board posts, only to see a canned response from the professors, and meaningless responses from fellow students that are just trying to meet their weekly minimum requirements. The motto for the programs should be: "Don't let quality be the enemy of quantity." It is very easy to fall behind by making a real effort, and very discouraging to... Read More


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