Argosy - Hawaii is a for-profit university located in Honolulu, Hawaii. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 300 undergraduate students. The Argosy - Hawaii acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Psychology, Business, and Liberal Arts and Humanities. Graduating 67% of students, Argosy - Hawaii alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,500.
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This school makes you feel like Ohana. Everyone greets you with the warmest of welcomes and all of the staff are very encouraging and supportive. Unlike the larger universities, Argosy keeps the class sizes small to enable each student to interact with every student in the class as well as the professor. At Argosy, you are not a number, you are a part of the Ohana. Their classroom style has enabled me to receive the feedback I need to do well in school.
My experience at the Argosy University learning institute helped me grow as a person, and make educated decisions and choices that will benefit myself in the future.
The admissions process was wonderful, but seemed to go downhill a bit after that, the academic advisor I was granted seems to never come in to work, I've never met her in person and all my class selection has gone through the other advisor whom deals with the other majors that the school offers. the financial aid help was TERRIBLE. the councilor I was assigned to NEVER answered emails, NEVER returned calls. it wasn't until I complained to my admissions coordinator that she finally responded to anything, and even when she did she had a very spiteful and rude demeanor, as if she was wasting her time.