Argosy students, your next chapter awaits

If you have been affected by the recent closure of Argosy University, our community of nonprofit colleges can help. Each of our schools has implemented an official articulation agreement that will allow you to seamlessly transfer your current college credit into a variety of different academic programs (see full list below).

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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is a nonprofit, accredited institution with nearly 5,000 students at campuses across the country (Chicago, Dallas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Irvine, and Washington, D.C.) and online. TCSPP has been an innovator in the field of psychology and related behavioral science since 1979. Today, TCSPP offers more than 30 degree programs in a variety of professional fields such as psychology, business, health care, education, counseling, and nursing.

Pacific Oaks College

A nonprofit, regionally accredited higher education institution, Pacific Oaks offers bachelor’s and master’s programs in a variety of fields, including Human Development, Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT), Education, Early Childhood Education, Teacher Credentialing, Community Psychology, and Organizational Leadership.

Saybrook University

Saybrook University provides rigorous graduate education that inspires transformational change in individuals, organizations, and communities, toward a just, humane, and sustainable world. Committed to helping students achieve their full potential, the Saybrook community is deeply rooted in this humanistic tradition and offers programs in Leadership and Management, Humanistic Psychology, Psychophysiology, Counseling, Mind-Body Medicine, Integrative and Functional Nutrition, Integrative Wellness Coaching, and Transformative Social Change.

The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law

Students at the Colleges of Law are taught by professors who are active contributors to the legal profession—practicing judges, lawyers, and elected officials who often come straight from these positions to teach in the Colleges of Law classrooms. With their support and expertise, students develop the practical and theoretical skills necessary to succeed in today’s legal field and offer a J.D. program, Hybrid J.D. program, Master of Legal Studies program, and dual degree programs in partnership with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

The difference between teach-out and transfer

Generally speaking, transferring colleges may require you to go through an enrollment process with the new school you are transferring to. It may also require a review of your current credits to determine how many and which will transfer over.

However, teach-outs usually involve a formal agreement with the school you are leaving and your new school that allow you to continue on with your current program.