University of Phoenix Mobile App

The University of Phoenix, one of the biggest private universities in the country, has given its students a new method to interact in the online classroom with the PhoenixMobile App for iPhone and iPod touch.

The PhoenixMobile App, which is currently available on the App Store, goes further than the campus maps and lecture downloads offered by many colleges and universities to give University of Phoenix students the option to easily switch between the online classroom and their mobile device.

About the University OF Phoenix

To assist students manage work and life in a world that is changing quickly, University of Phoenix is continuously coming up with new ideas. Students can pursue their personal and professional goals without putting their lives on wait because to flexible schedules, rigorous coursework, and interactive learning. The University of Phoenix, the corporate flagship of Apollo Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: APOL), offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs from campuses and learning centers all around the United States as well as online to students all over the world.

University of Phoenix keeps coming up with new strategies to make high-quality education accessible to everyone.

The PhoenixMobile App enables students to:

  • take part in online forums;
  • Create drafts for discussion threads, submit them, and respond to contributions from other students;
  • eCampus website users can view, modify, and save drafts of discussion remarks;
  • View message flags, discussion topics, and announcements for classes;
  • Get instant notifications when the instructor adds new information and when grades are submitted.

How To Download The University of Phoenix Mobile App

The PhoenixMobile App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore.

You can also download it on the Google playstore for Android here.

Contacts

University of Phoenix Media Hotline
602.254.0086
[email protected]

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