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If the school has closed, visit the department of higher education in the state in which the college you attended was located. There should be a link to request transcripts from closed schools.
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If the school has closed, visit the department of higher education in the state in which the college you attended was located. There should be a link to request transcripts from closed schools.
Collapse and closure (20172019) In 2019, USA Today reported that Argosy University campuses were under receivership and their accreditation was at risk. ... All campuses officially closed doors on March 8, 2019.
Argosy University's campus in Chicago as well as others around the country are expected to close Friday amid claims that the school mishandled federal student aid money in a "blatant disregard of the needs of its students."
Don't worry: Your degree from a closed school is valid! Still, it's a good idea to have a copy of the certificate or diploma that was given when you completed your degree. ... The U.S. Department of Education has a Closed School Guide for Students to help you get your official transcripts.
When a college closes abruptly, students can often have their federal student loans discharged, Toby Merrill, the director of the Project on Predatory Student Lending at Harvard, told me. But that doesn't happen automatically, she says, and students have to apply to receive the funds.
If your school closed and you have federal student loans, they will not be automatically dismissed. You will have to apply to get your loans discharged. First, fill out the Closed School Loan Discharge Application and send it to your loan servicer.
When a college chooses not to be accredited, it gains some freedom and independence from outside oversight or rules. This means it can create nontraditional options for students that might not be acceptable in accredited colleges, so students may find opportunities they like at unaccredited colleges.
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