Argosy - Nashville is a for-profit university located in Nashville, Tennessee. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 42 undergraduate students. The Argosy - Nashville acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Psychology, Business, and Liberal Arts and Humanities. Graduating 33% of students, Argosy - Nashville alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,500.
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Argosy University - Nashville Reviews
In my program, I interact with people from all walks of life with differing academic and work backgrounds. As a result, the class discussions are always interesting as we get to hear various points of views on topics. It's exciting and enlightening and I am learning so much!
The professors have been great, however they are too lenient when it comes to content and critical thinking regarding students' posts on discussion boards. There are a plethora of spelling and grammatical errors from most of the students in every class. We are college students, not elementary. The only excuse one should have is if English is not his/her primary language. Everyone else should be held to a higher standard for learning.
Not only is Argosy one of the most expensive schools I've encountered, it also surprised me with fees and ate up my financial aid. I am 15 credits from completion and have no funding to finish because of Argosy. They do not offer additional financial aid options or scholarships that are attainable. I'm finding that grants and loans (other than federal) are not an option when attending this school.