Location
Eagan, MN
Undergrads
350
Tuition
$12,685
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
Branch Campus Of
Argosy University
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Reviews 126 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: Argosy has done a great job at assuring everything is falling into place. We are just waiting around for one more document to come back and then we are fully ready to go.

5 College Student

Facilities: My school is very accommodating to my learning disabilities and are setting up extra help for me to assure success for me.

College Student

Career Services: Do not start classes until June 12th, 2014... but their job placement rate is spectacular.

College Student

Academic Experience: I will begining my 1st classes on June 12th, 2014.

5 College Student

Academic Experience: Totally their internships and their job placement ratings.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I am only taking one online class but it is reasonable, friendly, and full of knowledge

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am in the Veterinary Technology program at Argosy. They have a varied supply of animals in the kennels, an outside area for hanging with any animal you want, informative Animal Care courses, and outside corresponding volunteer opportunities

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: There are many aspects that make the tuition worth it. The course I am taking is very hands-on and they have many resources to give you experience in your course of study. Also, there is financial aid available and scholarships within the school

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: They have a nice library, student lounge career center, and an array of activities dependent upon your program

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: They have Wi-Fi and computer labs available

College Junior

Overall Experience: I've only been attending for a week

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: They have a wide range of class availability: weekend, evening, days, hybrid, on-campus, online, blended... my credits were transferred in easily as they matched up perfectly.

4 College Junior

Facilities: They have a lot of different ways of helping out new students such as carpooling, they have deals with surrounding apartments, and a lot of the programs are prearranged in a do-able order and match-up of courses. They have fast track, online, blended, on-campus, and hybrid classes. A lot of options!

4 College Junior

Student Body: Everyone is friendly and helps each other out. There are no cliques or arrogance; everyone works together and accepts all.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: When it comes to money nothing is easy or great, or even cheap. I have to pay for each semester I have finished before I can start my next semester. In doing so I decided to commute from home, and save money, but as we all know school is still expensive. I did receive some financial aid, and that was a great stepping stone for my first semester. The guidance counselors, and the financial aid office employees where very helpful, and very educated when it came to loans, and scholarships, and grants.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Within my first semester I made new friends, to whom I have studied with on an almost regular basis, and have become good friends with some. The classes are flexible with younger, and older students attending, and there are classes all throughout the day.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I am more of a one-on-one student who would like to ask and show the questions that I have for my teacher, and its a little difficult to do that sometimes. For the most part I believe that my schools online courses are not as time consuming, and makes a student actually have to search for their own answers, as well as do their own work at home instead of copying another student.

5 College Junior

Facilities: My school is perfect for me, because I am going for my Associates degree in Radiation Therapy and not only am I taught that I am also trained to do X-Ray, MRI, and CT scanning as well, which is all included in my tuition. The teaching is great, classrooms are small, and its not a party school.

4 College Junior

Student Body: The student body is very diverse and people are respectful of one another. It is great to see classes with people who just graduated high school and others who are well into their 50's. People seem to feel comfortable being themselves because everyone is very accepting.

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4 College Freshman

Student Body: There are a variety of students in terms of age, experience, and background even in a small cohort. Diversity is quite accepted and a part of the curriculum.

3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The computer lab is always open when I need it. I don't like that students must bring their own paper to print from the computers. The network is reliable and fast most of the time.

4 College Freshman

Campus Resources: The library has an extensive collection of valuable resources on campus and online. The student lounge is a great place to relax or study. There are several student-run organizations to get involved in.

College Freshman

Career Services: I have not utilized or heard about these services to give a sufficient response.

5 College Freshman

Academic Experience: The doctoral clinical psychology program is extremely rigorous but completely worth it. It's a huge workload, but that's what I expected and what I signed up for so I'm not complaining. Students are well prepared for examinations and internships by going through this program.

3 College Freshman

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition is very high with little aid available. Then again, that's expected from a for-profit school. The high quality of the school is reflected the cost. The financial aid process can be a hassle. There are a lot of forms and appointments in the process and even the administration gets confused by it.

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