Argosy - Schaumburg is a for-profit university located in Schaumburg, Illinois in the Chicago Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 22 undergraduate students. The Argosy - Schaumburg acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Psychology, Business, and Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration. Graduating 100% of students, Argosy - Schaumburg alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,500.
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Argosy University - Schaumburg Reviews
Tiered Tuition, but Need More Aid – Argosy University offers a tiered tuition in which they reward a student who takes more classes. In other words, there is a certain cap on the tuition rate, so if you take an extra class, it roughly costs only $100 more. However, this particular campus does not accept the Illinois MAP grant and it does not offer much on scholarships either. In comparison to the other schools, it costs about the same to attend a public and private university. So, all in all, I think this school is worth it.
Traveler's Campus – This campus has very little in the way of amenities. It is a true commuter's campus. There is an onsite library but little else. No athletic center, few campus activities, and no student center for students to gather. However, this may be expected for a graduate program as it is a clinical focus as opposed to research focus.
This program is very costly. It is a for-profit university and, as such, the students carry the burdon. The opportunities for internal scholarships are minimal and the Chicagoland area is not inexpensive to live in. Most students carry a large student loan debt upon graduation.