Argosy University, Northern Virginia Campus

Argosy University, Northern Virginia

Located in the Rosslyn area of Arlington, Virginia, our campus is a short distance from downtown Washington DC.

1550 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22209

Phone: 703-526-5800 | Toll Free: 866-703-2777

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Our Student Services Department offers a variety of resources to help you during your time as a student at Argosy University. Contact us for more information about each of these services.


Tutors are available (at no charge) to provide ancillary support and help with select classes. Computer and software tutorials are also available 24/7 via the Campus Common.


Available counseling services may include short-term counseling, consultation, and referral to community agencies. Local referral lists may also be available for counseling services we do not provide.

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Optional health insurance is available to students through an outside agency. Students should contact our Student Services Department for information about obtaining this insurance.

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Argosy University offers a wide range of personal and professional opportunities designed to support educational programs and learning needs that are not available through courses or practicum. Offerings may include student government associations, lecture/workshop series, and special-interest groups.

Disability services

Argosy University provides accommodations to qualified students with disabilities. The Disability Services office assists qualified students with disabilities in acquiring reasonable and appropriate accommodations and in supporting equal access to services, programs and activities.

Students who seek reasonable accommodations should notify the Disabilities Services Coordinator in the Student Services Department of their specific limitations and, if known, their specific requested accommodations. Students will be asked to supply medical documentation of the need for accommodation. Classroom accommodations are not retroactive, but are effective only upon the student sharing approved accommodations with the instructor. Therefore, students are encouraged to request accommodations as early as feasible with the Disability Services Coordinator to allow for time to gather necessary documentation. If you have a concern or complaint in this regard, please contact the Disability Services Coordinator located in our Student Services Department. Complaints will be handled in accordance with the school’s Internal Grievance Procedure for Complaints of Discrimination and Harassment.

News & Events

Northern Virginia’s Dr. Aziz Presents at Two Conferences


Northern Virginia’s Dr. Aziz Presents at Two Conferences

Dr. Nahid Aziz, Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology Programs, the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Northern Virginia, recently presented at the annual conference of Association for  Women in Psychology in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her presentation was titled The Complex Identity of 21st Century Immigrant Women: The Role of Positionality, Self-reflexivity, and Intersectionality.

Dr. Aziz’s presentation explored how globalization affects women differently depending on geographical and social contexts and what does the concept of “well-being” encompasses from an immigrant's perspective. She also discussed an action plan towards developing collaborative networks across disciplines, in hopes of analyzing subjectivities across contexts through the concepts of positionality, self-reflexivity, and intersectionality.

On April 13, 2017, Dr. Aziz will present at the 9th Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference held at the Michigan State University, department of Psychiatry of Muslim Mental Health. There, she’ll discuss the topic of Exploring Acculturation Experiences and Psychosocial well-being of the First and Second Generation Afghan Muslim Women: A Phenomenological Approach. She will share the results of her qualitative phenomenological study which she conducted with the first and second immigrant Muslim women that was an in-depth look at the lived experiences of self-identified Afghan Muslim women and their daughters living in the US. Her study focused on the psychosocial distress that has been experienced by Afghan women in the process of acculturation and adjustment in the new host country.

Northern Virginia’s Dr. Nahid Aziz Awarded 2016 NCSPP Diversity Award


Northern Virginia’s Dr. Nahid Aziz Awarded 2016 NCSPP Diversity Award
Dr. Nahid Aziz associate professor at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Northern Virginia, was recently awarded the 2016 NCSPP (National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology) Diversity Award. Dr. Aziz received the award at the NCSPP 2017 mid-winter conference in Long Beach, California.

The award recognizes faculty, staff, programs, or groups who have demonstrated, through significant contributions, outstanding commitment to research, development, advancement, and advocacy relevant to ethnic and racial diversity in the profession. 

Dr. Aziz is committed working on issues relevant to ethnic and racial diversity. She made many academic and research contributions, and her work has been both community-based and globally-based. She’s invested in the mentorship, training, and development of students and professionals from marginalized populations. And she’s dedicated to providing culturally-competent services to underserved populations.

Northern Virginia Campus Hosts Post-Election Discussion


Northern Virginia Campus Hosts Post-Election Discussion

Recently, the student government association (SGA) at The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Northern Virginia held a post-election discussion event, allowing students to discuss their thoughts and concerns about the new President.


The event was open to all students, regardless of political views. It addressed how the new President’s policies could potentially impact mental health care. More than 50 students attended, and the discussion was facilitated by two faculty members.




Argosy University, Northern Virginia’s Dr. Sharpless Talks “Sleep Paralysis and the Paranormal”


Argosy University, Northern Virginia’s Dr. Sharpless Talks “Sleep Paralysis and the Paranormal”

Brian A. Sharpless, Ph.D., associate professor of clinical psychology at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Northern Virginia recently gave lecture at the National Science Foundation titled “The Original Nightmare: Sleep Paralysis and the Paranormal.”  

According to Dr. Sharpless, humans throughout history have described a peculiar state between sleep and wakefulness characterized by paralysis, conscious awareness, of one’s surroundings, and terrifying hallucinations. This phenomenon is referred to as sleep paralysis, but it has gone by many other names depending upon time, place, and culture. Although it’s a very scary experience, not many know about it even through it’s a well-understood sleep disorder. Dr. Sharpless’ talk also discussed past “interesting” attempts to treat these episodes.


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