FAQ / Student Experience
Yes! UoPeople is proud of its diverse student population. We have over 44,000 students from over 200 different countries and territories! This ensures that classes will have representation from a variety of cultures. The curriculum is enriched as students bring their local experiences to the learning environment.Read More
Networking is also an essential tool to building a successful career. UoPeople’s international community of students and faculty provides a global networking community. With students hailing from over 200 countries and faculty from top international universities, corporations and foundations, students can find people living and working in places that they...Read More
University of the People offers high-quality, accredited degree programs, together with a unique learning experience that combines peer-based and collaborative learning with cutting-edge information technology and the Internet. Each student will be connected with a personal Program Advisor at the commencement of their studies, who will remain with them until...Read More
The Bachelor’s Degree program in Health Sciences is focused on public and community health, environmental protection, preventative community health initiatives, and emergency response. The degree prepares students to work in advocacy, education and organization. The course of study also includes a number of general education courses included to lay an...Read More
UoPeople graduates are working in very highly renowned companies around the world after graduating with a UoPeople degree. Many of our graduates decide to take the skills and knowledge they acquire in their degree program, and start their own businesses. Additionally, many of our students have reported promotions and career advancement upon...Read More
University of the People provides access to a number of different internship opportunities offered by internationally recognized corporations and organizations, and are available exclusively to University of the People students.
To learn more about internships click here: https://www.uopeople.edu/student-experience/quality/career-development/internships/
Sure! Just like any other accredited university, UoPeople graduates receive graduation documents once all degree program requirements have been satisfied. These graduation documents include an official UoPeople diploma, transcripts stating that a student has successfully completed his/her program, with the final grades for each course taken, as well as a...Read More
A student should expect to spend at least 15-17 hours per week on each course. This includes readings, research work, writing, project work, etc.Read More
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If you have emailed an instructor and have not yet heard back, then something might be wrong! Please email your advisor so they can look into it.Read More
Degree Seeking Students may choose to be part-time students taking 1 course per term, or full-time students taking 2-3 courses per term.
Students must complete all requirements for the Associate’s degree in no more than 25 terms of
active enrollment excluding any periods of separation from the University.
Before the first term begins each new student is assigned a designated username and password to log into the University of the People online platform and courses. All new students are registered for their first term courses by the Office of Student Services.
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Students in their final term of study complete and submit the Graduation Application. The Office of Student Services does a graduation audit and notifies the student of his/her readiness for graduation.Read More
At the end of each course, a letter grade will be given by the Course Instructor for the course, based on the student’s performance. All course credits where a letter grade is issued are factored into a student’s term and cumulative GPA.
For additional information on our grading system please visit...Read More
You may review your grades in the UoPeople online learning platform, Moodle, throughout each term.Read More
University of the People has a grading scale which may be viewed in our Catalog https://www.uopeople.edu/about/uopeople/essential-uopeople-documents/university-catalog/ . However each course has it’s own syllabus detailing the specifics of how said course will be graded, including the weight of each assignment, quiz, and exam.Read More
Students requesting a grade change are encouraged to speak with their course instructor. If after communicating with the instructor a student is unable to reach a resolution, the student may request a Grade Appeal form from their personal program advisor. You can read more about grade appeals in the ...Read More
Registrations for courses with a proctored exam are pending upon the approval of a proctor. Students who do not successfully identify a confirmed proctor will not be successfully registered to the course.Read More
Can I provide with a proctor through a third-party company/organization that offers proctoring services?
Yes you can! Students may select to use a third-party service such as ProctorU and pay directly for its services. They may also select other approved third-party individual or organization offering proctoring services; however students should be aware that they will be responsible for any fees incurred for this service....Read More
If you are having difficulties finding an offline proctor (exam monitor), you will be able to use an online alternative. ProctorU services is an Online Proctoring center that enables you to take your proctored exams at home and online. If you have a webcam and a reliable high-speed internet connection,...Read More
University of the People students are required to successfully complete the required number of proctored exams prior to graduation, according to their degree program. It is a condition of awarding a degree or diploma, and students cannot graduate unless all required proctored exams are successfully completed. Please refer to the...Read More
A proctored exam is an exam that requires someone (a proctor) to oversee the student taking the exam.Read More