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Don’t Apply to Argosy University.
It is closing!

1. Which campuses are closing?

A list of schools permanently closed can be found on this page. If you are a former student of one of these schools, or if you were a student of a school that was purchased by one of the schools below, please see the following instructions regarding Transcripts, Diplomas, and other questions you may have.

All locations of Argosy University are permanently closed:

  • Argosy University- Atlanta
  • Argosy University-Chicago
  • Argosy University-Dallas
  • Argosy University-Denver
  • Argosy University-Hawaii
  • Argosy University-Inland Empire
  • Argosy University-Los Angeles
  • Argosy University-Nashville
  • Argosy University-Northern Virginia
  • Argosy University-Online Programs
  • Argosy University-Orange County
  • Argosy University-Phoenix
  • Argosy University-Salt Lake City
  • Argosy University-San Diego
  • Argosy University-San Francisco Bay Area
  • Argosy University-Sarasota
  • Argosy University-Schaumburg
  • Argosy University-Seattle
  • Argosy University-Tampa
  • Argosy University-Twin Cities


2. How to transfer credits to other schools?

You can also find a list of our transfer partners by visiting


3. Why is Argosy University closing?
Due to a student loan scandal – reported by Chicago Tribune

Argosy’s fate appeared to be sealed last week when the U.S. Department of Education announced it no longer would provide financial aid to the private university because it had failed to properly administer the money in what the department called “a grievous breach” of the university’s responsibility.

The department said the university didn’t pay federal financial aid credit balances to students as required by law and that, after receiving $13 million in federal aid in January, Argosy instead used that money to cover payroll costs and other expenses.

The federal education department called that “a severe breach of the required fiduciary standard of conduct” that “demonstrates a blatant disregard for the needs of its students.”