I first started attending UoPX in 2009 and earned both my Associate's and Bachelor's degrees. I am currently in the Masters program and enjoy the online learning experience very much. The AA program required two classes at a time at nine weeks each. The BS program required only one class at a time at five weeks each, BUT you only earn three credits per class. The Masters program is six weeks (with the exception of an eight week class) that earns only three credits per class. I had the old classroom and was introduced to the new classroom layout at the end of my undergraduate program. I find that it takes some getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, it is much better. I enjoy working within the learning team setting, although there always seems to be at least one person in the bunch who tries to ride the back of others instead of completing the work on his or her own. My instructor's have been extremely helpful, except for one who posted discussion questions the first week and disappeared. I dropped the class and got another instructor. I am pushing 50-years-old and am disabled, so I find this type of learning environment right up my alley. The school is very accommodating and the academic representatives have been so helpful. Like others have mentioned, the finance advisors are lacking and, I still cannot understand the disbursement letters when financial aid finally comes through! My biggest gripe is that the closest campus to me is more than 50 miles away, so I have to depend on the online University Library -- and I get lost in there!