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Online Programs for Military Students

Are you an active duty member of military, a veteran, or the spouse of an active duty member of the military? Then pursuing your education at Argosy University - Online Programs can be particularly well-suited for people like you - military personnel who want to earn a degree while on active duty or on reserve.

Obtaining a degree online can fit into your busy work and life schedule. You can attend class when it fits your schedule from anywhere you can connect to the internet. And, if you are deployed to different locations, you can stay in the same degree program.

Perhaps the best part about pursuing your associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s or even doctorate online while on active duty is that when you do leave the military, you will be ahead of the game and ready to pursue the next phase of your life and career.

The Same Types of Benefits as Ground Schools

Going to school online doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the potential for the same opportunity to receive the benefits military students do at “traditional” brick and mortar campuses. For example, as an active duty member of the military or their spouse or as a veteran of the armed forces, you might be eligible for:


Active Duty, Drilling and Active members of the Reserve and National Guard military personnel
For graduate level programs, Argosy University offers a military tuition scholarship of 20%. For undergraduate level programs, the cost of tuition is reduced to $250 per credit hour.

Programs Cost Per Credit Hour Cost per credit hour less scholarship
Undergraduate Programs $540.00 $250.00
Master of Arts in Education $595.00 $476.00
Master of Public Health $595.00 $476.00
Master Programs - All Others $694.00 $555.20
Doctorate - Education $827.00 $661.60
Doctorate - Business Administration $860.00 $688.00
Doctorate - Psychology $895.00 $716.00

The application fee is waived for Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard and Veteran personnel.

Transfer of Credit
Your military service and/or previous education may qualify you for university credits. Students who wish to have their military experience and training evaluated for university credit should submit copies of appropriate forms to the registrar's office.

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Still More Commonly Misused Words

We're back with the fourth installment of commonly misused words, just when you thought we'd already exhausted every possibility. Check out the latest list:

  • Anyway or Anyways. In this case, you don’t need to remember which word to use in a particular situation because, as a matter of fact, anyways is a nonstandard form of anyway and is never technically correct. Since we’re sure you wouldn’t want to use an incorrect word anyway, we’ll move on to the next pair.
  • Accept or Except. Oh, that crazy English language. Why are these words so similar, yet so different? Accept is a verb, as in “I cannot accept the fact that he is leaving on Friday.” By accepting, or refusing to accept, you’re doing something. Meanwhile, except is a preposition used to clarify what or who is not included, as in “Everyone except Jodie met after work to plan the party” or “The box of crayons had all of the colors I needed, except orange.”
  • Affect or Effect. Just when you thought it couldn’t get crazier, we bring you this pair, which are often confused in everyday situations. Luckily, there’s a relatively simple way to remember which is which. Affect is a verb, as in “The inclement weather will undoubtedly affect my commute to work” or “I was not affected by the cold weather because I had dressed appropriately.” Effect, however, is a noun, as in “Luckily, I did not experience any side effects after taking the medication for my head cold” or “The construction noises outside will definitely have an effect on my ability to sleep tonight.”

As always, thanks for reading!

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Argosy University Students Participate in Fantastic Fall

From Monday, October 24 through Saturday, October 29, students at Argosy University are invited to participate in the Fantastic Fall contest on the Campus Common. A cartoon scarecrow will be hidden in three different locations in the Campus Common throughout the week, and students are given a clue as to his whereabouts each day and are instructed to indicate not only where they found the scarecrow, but also how the resource on the page where they found him has helped them in their classes. Three winners will be chosen, and they will each receive a $20 gift code for the school apparel store.

If you're a current student, you have through Saturday to participate in the contest.

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  • 2018

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