TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) – The U.S. Department of Education says it wants to work with former students and officials at Argosy University after the school’s abrupt closure.
The federal agency said it will work with accreditors and state authorizing bodies across 12 states to coordinate closed-school information and resources for impacted students.
The Department of Education said it has emailed students and posted notices for students at StudentAid.gov/dreamcenter, explaining the developing situation to students. The site also describes actions the department has taken and shares information about resources for students, including attending transfer fairs in various states.
The department said it has identified Argosy students who were disbursed a federal student loan for the current term and is in the process of canceling those disbursements and adjusting students’ loan balances.
For further information, visit http://www.StudentAid.gov/closures.