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A lifetime of alumni benefits

You’ve earned your degree — and your alumni status. Now alumni benefits are yours for life too.

Career Services for Life™

You’re already a member

Just because class is over doesn’t mean you can’t still rely on us throughout your career. The services that helped you plan your next career move are now yours — for life. Find out how to harness them now that you’ve graduated.

Two University of Phoenix alumni discuss special savings on professional development courses

Special offer for alumni only

50% off on all online professional development courses

In as little as 30 hours, you can refresh your resumé with the in-demand skills employers value in high-growth fields. Save with code UOPXALUMNI.

Our professional development courses do not award academic credit, continuing education units, professional development units or contact hours.

University of Phoenix has more than 1 million alumni and counting.

University of Phoenix has more than 1 million alumni. In fact, as of February 2023, our Phoenix community has more than 1,078,512 alumni and counting.

Career services for a lifetime, the Phoenix Discount Center with access to markdowns of over 900+ brands, professional development course discounts, networking with the Phoenix community through annual events and activities and more are the benefits more than 1 million University of Phoenix alumni are eligible to enjoy.

Get the most out of your alumni membership

Ways our alumni stay connected

  • Complete your profile on the Alumni Directory
  • Attend our annual events and activities
  • Join an alumni chapter near you
  • Connect with our many online communities

Resources for your whole journey

  • Career workshops
  • Resumé and cover letter templates
  • Networking opportunities
  • Job listings
  • Career coaching
University of Phoenix alum Monica M. holds diploma at graduation ceremony


Some people think their world is too small: that there's nothing they can do to improve their lives. They are wrong. If you are willing to work hard, you will find opportunities.

Monica Magee, '15

MBA graduate