The Phoenix Scholar Summer 2018 edition is the third quarterly installment since its inception and the theme coincides with this year’s one millionth University of Phoenix graduate achievement. From its inception of the founders’ revolutionary ideas to offer quality alternative college classes and the new flexibility of the non-traditional classroom are recounted. The editorial content moves through the integration of proven UOPX cloud-based classes, a role model for the entire higher education market to mimic. The focus shifts to the changing practitioner focus doctoral degrees and to two personal interviews of SAS students, one majoring in industrial psychology, the other an alum whose expertise is in security. Each shares the value they see in their degrees, the quality of the faculty that supported them, and their future professional goals which in several instances have already been positively impacted via their doctoral studies. Finally, the issue includes the many fellows who receive support from The Research Hub, the Corporate reach efforts, and a preview of the Knowledge Without Boundaries Virtual Research Summit and a Phoenix Scholar fall edition notable. The Table of Contents is now hyperlinked, so readers can easily navigate to the story of their choice. Thank you to all the center chairs, the editorial team, and to all contributors. The deadline for publication consideration of unsolicted pieces for the fall edition is July 15th.