Argosy University

Policies & Procedures

The following policies and procedures supplement Argosy University's general admission requirements.

For a full listing and explanation of the policies observed by Argosy University, please refer to the current academic catalog, or contact us to request more information.

Do Not Call Policy

Argosy Education Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries (collectively “AEG”) comply with laws and regulations and are committed to protecting and respecting consumers’ rights to privacy. 

AEG maintains a record of the name and telephone number(s) for consumers who do not wish to be called. Upon request, consumers’ telephone number(s) will be added to AEG’s internal Do Not Call List within five (5) business days of receipt of such request. This record will be retained for at least five (5) years.

Consumers are responsible for notifying AEG of any changes in name or telephone number if they move or wish to place a new telephone number on the AEG internal Do Not Call List, or if there is more than one telephone line or number that they wish to place on the Do Not Call List. To be exempted from this list, please complete our Do Not Call Exemption Request Form.

Consumers have additional avenues available to them that will help reduce or eliminate unwanted telephone solicitations. Consumers may place their telephone number(s) on the National Do Not Call Registry by calling 1.888.382.1222 or online at www.donotcall.gov.  In addition, the Direct Marketing Association also offers a free service titled “Telephone Preference Service.” Consumers may register for this service online at www.the-dma.org or by sending a written request to:

Telephone Preference Service
Direct Marketing Association
P.O. Box 1559
Carmel, NY  10512

AEG has established and implemented written procedures to honor consumers’ requests that they not be called, and appropriate personnel have received training. Procedures include consultation of both the National Do Not Call Registry and internal Do Not Call List prior to making any telephone solicitation.

Telephone calls to consumers with whom AEG has an established business relationship are permitted unless they have asked to be included on the internal Do Not Call List.

No unsolicited facsimile solicitations will be initiated.

Consumers may request a copy of this Policy.  Upon receipt of request, we will send a copy via U.S. mail or electronic mail within thirty (30) days. 

If you have any questions or comments regarding AEG’s Do Not Call Policy or Privacy Policy, contact:

Compliance Department – Do Not Call List
Education Management Corporation
210 Sixth Avenue, 33rd Floor
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222

Admissions Committee Decisions

Argosy University does not discuss committee decisions regarding an applicant's file. The decisions of the Admissions Committee are final and are not subject to appeal.

Application to Multiple Campus Locations

An applicant who wants to apply to more than one campus must complete a separate application and forward a full set of application materials to each campus.

Late Admission

Argosy University recommends that applicants apply well before their expected program start date to allow sufficient time to complete all necessary requirements for admission. At the discretion of the Admissions Committee, Argosy University may allow a student to start classes after the beginning of an academic session if the student completes all admission requirements and begins class within the first week of the add/drop period.

Conditional Admission

Conditional admission may be granted to an applicant pending receipt of official transcripts. To be eligible for conditional admission to matriculate into the program, unofficial transcripts must show receipt of the degree required for admission to the program. Students who have been conditionally admitted are not eligible to receive financial aid until documentation has been provided and the conditional status removed. Students who fail to submit all official transcripts by the last day of their first session (for a 7.5 week class) or semester (for a 15 week class) will be withdrawn from the program, credits will not be transcripted, and tuition will be refunded.

Early Acceptance

Early Acceptance may be granted to an applicant who is otherwise qualified for admission, but who has not yet earned the degree required for admission (e.g., a student currently enrolled in high school who is applying for an associate's program, a student currently enrolled in a bachelor's program who is applying for a master's program, etc.). To qualify for early acceptance, the applicant must provide a transcript documenting that he/she is in the final year of the required degree program. Prior to starting classes the applicant must provide a transcript documenting receipt of the degree. If the transcript is unofficial, the applicant may be granted conditional admission status. Students who have been conditionally admitted are not eligible to receive financial aid until documentation has been provided and the conditional status is removed.

Re-application for Admission

Applicants who have been denied admission may reapply after the passage of one year from the date of denial by submitting all documents required of a new applicant. Individuals who intend to reapply for admission are strongly encouraged to contact the Admissions Department prior to reapplying.

Re-admission Process After Withdrawal/Dismissal

Students who have been withdrawn from Argosy University for a period of greater than one year must reapply for admission. These applicants must submit the materials required by the campus and program to which they are reapplying.

Students who have been dismissed from Argosy University or denied an appeal may apply for readmission one year after the semester in which dismissal occurred or the appeal denied, but must provide demonstrable evidence of likely academic success to be considered. Students who have been dismissed from Argosy University and not readmitted to a program of study are prohibited from taking coursework at any Argosy University campus or online. Students who have been dismissed from Argosy University due to Maximum Allowable Timeframe (MTF) may not apply for readmission.

Students who are readmitted after an absence of one year or more must complete all requirements of the program in the year of readmission. This may require additional course work, replacement of courses that have been substantially modified, and/or other academic requirements.

Reinstatement

Students who are administratively withdrawn from Argosy University for failing to remain continuously registered may petition for reinstatement. Students may be required to wait for a period of one year from the time of withdrawal before applying for reinstatement. Students who have been withdrawn for less than one year may be permitted to register with permission of the campus dean or program chair. Students may also be required to submit materials and fees required for readmission.

Re-admission After Extended Absence

Students who have been withdrawn from the school for three years or more will be required to have all prior coursework re-evaluated for determination of relevancy to current practice. Faculty members appointed by the campus dean or program chair will conduct the evaluation of coursework.

Veterans Administration Benefits

Most campuses of Argosy University are approved for training of veterans and eligible veteran's dependents. At Argosy University, Twin Cities, approval is granted by the Minnesota State Approving Agency. Students should contact each campus directly for further information.

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