Sept. 28, 2009
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX – NORTH FLORIDA HOSTS OPEN HOUSE TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY WITH INFORMATION ON OBTAINING A HIGHER EDUCATION
At a time when mass layoffs are hitting Americans hard and employees are constantly looking for job security, University of Phoenix is offering Jacksonville residents the chance to attend an information session to learn about how to sharpen their skills and get the knowledge they need to succeed. Interested parties are invited to come see how the University has reinvented college to make higher education accessible for working students.
The degree programs at the North Florida Campus aren't one-size-fits-all options. Instead, the University’s Jacksonville locations offer a multitude of bachelor's and master's degrees in fields such as nursing, business and management, education and psychology. Online associate's degree programs through Axia College of University of Phoenix also are available.
Instead of blocking out several days per week for class, undergraduate- and graduate-level students attend class just one evening per week, and then meet with their learning teams once a week.
Representatives from the University’s Education, Communications and Psychology, Business, Technology, Criminal Justice Administration, Nursing and Healthcare Administration degree programs, as well as enrollment, academic and financial aid counselors, will be on hand to answer questions and provide details to prospective students.
Monday, Sept. 28
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
University of Phoenix – North Florida
4500 Salisbury Road, Suite 200
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Free and open to public. Attendees can register by contacting Sandy Meece at firstname.lastname@example.org or 904.245.6928.