Location
Eagan, MN
Undergrads
350
Tuition
$12,685
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
Branch Campus Of
Argosy University
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Reviews 96 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The campus library has many available resources, books, scholarly journals, and on online database that can be accessed off-campus. There are computer labs available for students to use. The campus focuses on academics and moving forward through your program quickly, they offer organizations and groups related to programs but there is not much offered for athletics. The on campus labs are very high tech and use up-to-date technology that students will experience in the workplace.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There is a computer lab with printer (you just bring your own paper) and another set of computers for use in the library. They have a secured wireless network which allows you to use your laptop if you prefer that over the lab computers (you must be a student or employee of the campus in order to gain access to the internet). There are several classes that are completely online, some blended (on campus and online) and on campus classes that require you to have computer access. Many instructors with on campus courses lecture from power points, which are most helpful if you print them off ahead of time on paper, or bring in your own computer to access them during class and add your own notes.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: It is a small campus with small class sizes. You get personal attention from your instructors and they are dedicated to helping you succeed. They have their own labs right on campus to practice your skills both in class and on your own time. The schooling can be expensive if you don't get the financial aid needed to cover tuition. One thing I do not like is that many classes use e-books which you automatically pay for, requiring you to use a computer to access your book. Long hours of reading and note-taking can be very difficult from a computer screen.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: The instructors are amazing. They're smart and well educating in the field because they have direct experience. They give you multiple ways to contact them, including email, phone numbers, and sometimes even good numbers to text them. The workload is very rigorous, but this is to be expected. Study, study, study! And if you have questions, ASK! Never skip over anything because it will always come back to haunt you. The tests go very smoothly, mostly because the instructors tell you exactly what you should focus on and what you can skip as well. I'm enjoying this program very much.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: When you sign up for a specific program, you take core classes that directly correlate to what you need to know once you get out of school and look for a career. When you're in a certain program, you're able to bond efficiently with your classmates because you're all learning the same things. This makes the learning process a lot better.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I feel that this school is very expensive compared to another school I've gone to. Argosy is about $500 a credit which can really add up fast. I've had to take out student loans so far for each semester. This is, however, the first school I've encountered where the instructors have actually worked in the field that they're also teaching in. It's very nice to have teachers with first hand experience. They know exactly what to teach you. Don't expect to get your financial aid or loan money even if you've filled out the FAFSA ahead of time. Their grants/loan dept. drags its feet when it comes to getting your aid. That would be my biggest complaint.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The wireless internet is very fast and efficient. It's also very easy to log in to - you have to be a staff member or a student to do so. No complaints at all, I'm even able to readily access anything with my phone as well.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: This is a very small campus. However, since class sizes are small, it's easier to learn and find your way around. They have a small, quiet commons room area on the main floor and also a caribou coffee. I have yet to visit the library, but it is always staffed with professionals and any time we had needed technical support - whether it be at 8am or 7pm, someone is always readily available. The only price you have to pay for printing is to buy your own ream of paper which is relatively cheap. All of the staff members are knowledgable in what they teach and the area of the school they work in. I really do love this school.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Everyone is very friendly and helpful at Argosy. If you have a question, just ask anyone...they can either answer the question or know who to send you to.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computers are readily available. The tech team is awesome.

3 College Junior

Career Services: From everything I have heard, and people who have graduated from Argosy, the career center really helped them find their job and did a lot for them. When I have gone into the career center they have always been helpful and informative.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: The library is great! Though small, the online portion of it makes for the physical lack of book at the school. Every once and a while there is an appreciation day for a group (for example last week was for vet techs) and everyone really has a great time learning and eating free food!

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computers are all up to date and work well, and there are always extra computers open for use. However, it is necessary to bring your own paper if you want to print anything, and the printers have problems a lot of the time.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are several available resources, from tutoring to finding a job and/ or creating a resume, that allow students to excel and proceed in their programs comfortably. The books are all available online, so it really took care of the hassle of having to miss work and go stand in line to buy textbooks each semester!

3 College Junior

Student Body: My school consists of a large variety of students. There is a large group who are just out of high school and many adults in their 30s, 40's and up. Everyone is set on getting the most out of their education as well as being kind, courteous and helpful to other students.

2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Some of the classes are worth the cost of tuition but some are not. Also the school messes up financial aid as well as billing multiple times per year. Recently they changed a policy where they added an extra class to the summer load causing many people to have to pay $800 extra for the semester. Because many couldn't afford it, they placed a hold on their accounts, which was supposed to have been waived until fall semester aid had gone through

2 College Senior

Student Body: Mostly working individuals that are furthering their careers or starting a new one. Diversity is well established. Students have complained frequently because the hours of classes were supposed to accommodate the working individual and they do not.

3 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: Quite Expensive – For a two year program, the tuition is pretty high but it does cut the time to finish that kind of program elsewhere. I know when I'm done, it'll be all worth it.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Still New to the School – I'm not sure yet. I've only seen the main office and the testing room. I do think there could be a bigger menu in the cafetaria and maybe the library should not be hidden within the lunch room.

College Junior

Campus Resources: The school is very small with only 3 levels. The school does not offer a lot of programs. Not a lot of staffs.

3 College Junior

Student Body: The school is very diverse with mostly people who already received their 2 yr degree and wanted to further their education.

2 College Junior

Academic Experience: Tuition is extremely expensive with about $600/credit. Instructors does not seem that knowledgeable. It is hard to get in contact with staff when I have questions.

2 College Junior

Academic Experience: There is a great workload for every class. A lot of readings and writing assignments due a couple of times per week. Assignments instructions aren't very clear sometimes.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: Career Services – Career Services offers a lot of different things for students to access. Webinars are available to help with resumes and interviewing, etc.

4 College Junior

Career Services: Excellent source of help during and after graduation.

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