ACE Welcomes Argosy University Students with Tuition Grant

News | March 08, 2019

Jacqui Cook
Marketing Manager

American College of Education announced today it is offering a grant to students affected by the recent closure of Argosy University so they can continue their education with minimal interruption.  

The Argosy University Student Grant waives the application fee and covers students’ full tuition for up to six semester credits taken within their first two terms of enrollment. The intent is to give former Argosy students time to adapt to their new program with ACE before having to pay tuition.  

“We know this is difficult and confusing time for Argosy students as they figure out the next steps in their education. ACE is fully prepared to welcome these students and help them with this unexpected transition,” said Stephanie Hinshaw, senior vice president, academic affairs, ACE. “The student grant, along with the aid of our enrollment counselors, can bring them into a program at ACE without the stress of having to find a new institution or worry about paying for those first classes.” 

For details about the grant program, visit www.ace.edu/argosy or call an enrollment counselor at (855) 814-8239, option 2. Please let the counselor know you are an Argosy student. 

About American College of Education 
ACE is a regionally accredited, completely online college specializing in affordable programs in education, leadership, healthcare and nursing. Headquartered in Indianapolis, ACE offers more than 30 innovative and engaging programs for adult students to pursue a doctorate, master’s or bachelor’s degree, along with graduate-level certificate programs. Since launching Ed.D. and Ed.S. programs in 2013, ACE has boasted some of the country’s fastest-growing programs at those degree levels. In addition to being a leader in online education, ACE also has earned the distinguished Certified B Corporation designation. Certified B Corporations are leaders of a global movement to use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems. Learn more at www.ace.edu