GNPEC Staff Continuing Daily Operations Remotely
GNPEC encourages you to abide by local, state, and federal guidelines regarding in-person operations. If instruction is modified from what was previously approved, notify your RS immediately. Please continue timely submissions of all applications.
Argosy University Receivership Status
The Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission (GNPEC) is aware of the “receivership” status of the Argosy University campuses in Georgia:
Atlanta - 980 Hammond Drive, Building 2, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30328
Online (GA students only)- 333 City BLVD West, Suite 1810, Orange County, CA 92868
Receivership is a process where a company is placed under a court’s protection while it settles its financial affairs without the threat of its assets diminishing. A key component of the process is the appointment of a receiver whose primary responsibility is to stabilize the company and maximize its value. The receivership process gives companies the opportunity to chart a new course while protecting all of its stakeholders and its assets.
Once appointed, the receiver acts as the key negotiator and financial manager for the company. The receiver’s goal is to ensure that all of the company’s financial obligations are practical, fiscally sound, and in the best interests of the company and its stakeholders. Ultimately, any decision that the receiver makes must be approved by the court overseeing the receivership. The court will apply principles of equity to ensure that the process is fair and orderly.
Students have the option available on their student portals to request transcripts. Students will have to pay a fee for transcripts.
Questions or Concerns at the Atlanta or Online Campus
Argosy University-Atlanta students with questions or concerns may contact the Campus President, Dr. Charlita Shelton, at 770-576-2100 or email@example.com .
Argosy University- Online students with questions or concerns may contact the Argosy Phoenix Campus President, Anthony Spano, at 602-216-3114 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students have the option available on their student portals to file formal student complaints.
Federal Student Loans and Pell Grants
If you have general questions about federal loans, you should first try to contact your loan servicer.
If you still have questions about your Federal Student Loans or Pell Grants, DPSA suggests you contact the Federal Student Aid Ombudsman Group of the U.S. Department of Education. More information about this group is available at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/disputes/prepare.
If you have private loans, you will need to contact your loan servicer.
If you are a current or former student and you have specific questions regarding the receivership status and how it affects your enrollment, please email GNPEC at email@example.com with the following information:
Name (as it appears on your enrollment documentation):
Preferred Phone Number:
Preferred Email Address:
Details of Your Attendance:
Argosy University Campus
Do you know how many credit hours you have successfully completed?
Have you graduated? If not, when are you scheduled to graduate?
Please know that GNPEC is working diligently to support the students that are affected by the receivership status, and we will respond to your questions as efficiently as possible.