If you want financial aid services without a whole bunch of hassle, forget it. If you want instructors who actually know how to teach, forget it. If you want to learn something new, don't even count on it.
However, if you do want to be told that you are ready to graduate, when really you have 5 classes left to take, then you can count on Argosy to disappoint. If you want to be hassled for tuition payments for months on end after repeatedly going to talk to a financial adviser who tells you not to worry about anything, you're fine, they got that too. Not to mention they tell you that you are going to get X amount in student loans/grants and then a year later they surprise you and say that you are $3000 short, they do that too.
They charge way too much for what they offer. It is basically a web text book that they make you buy in addition to your tuition, and that is all you have to learn from. The instructors have no input and are too full of themselves and their degrees to actually teach anything. I went to community college before Argosy, and I learned more about my field at that school than at Argosy, and I had been at each school for the same amount of time.
I absolutely HATE this school and will never attend or recommend anyone to ever get an education at a school that is only focused on money and advertising. If you are looking for an education in psychology, go to a community college to get generals, then transfer to your state university. That is the cheapest, safest, and most educational way to go because a state university has a lot more experience and concern for students.
And controversial to rumor, online courses are not easier than regular courses. They require 500+ pages of textbook reading each week, notes on that, 3 thoroughly researched discussion questions with peer comments, 2 papers, and 1 addition to a final project and this is just one average week's worth of work for one course. Times that by 2 and factor in your work schedule, stress, family, personal life, social life, and you only have enough time to get 5 hours of sleep and maybe 1 hour of free time a week.