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Dave Pettinari
Colorado computer forensic examiner
Colorado computer forensic examiner
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I am proud to have taught for the University of Phoenix for eight years now. I do NOT see it as a diploma mill, as this author says, nor do most of my fellow UoP instructors.

UoP's administration continually encourages us maintain our standards of academic rigor, and we take that very seriously. No one passes my classes who does not understand the basic content and is able to communicate well in writing regarding concepts and objectives taught in class. I and  my colleagues do not pass on someone else's problem. We feel a UoP degree ought to mean something, and we work hard to motivate and encourage students so they can attain their goals of a degree and better employment for their futures.

Recently, UoP's president told us in a message that UoP is studying creating admissions standards, which heretofore have not been in effect. I believe this will go a long way toward making more students successfully graduate from our various quality programs. Fewer will get admitted, but more will graduate.

However, again, the university is not the diploma mill this author asserts. Far from it, in my experience.

Dave Pettinari
Beulah, CO
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