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.
To Former Argosy Students of Georgia:
If you responded last summer to our survey and indicated that you had specific losses relating to the Argosy University/Atlanta and Argosy University/Online closures, you should have received correspondence from GNPEC on May 13, 2020 seeking additional information. The Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission, with the assistance of the Georgia Attorney General, has taken action and received funds to potentially make some refunds to students who experienced qualified losses that are documented by receipts or similar written evidence. We are opening a claim period for you to provide specific loss information along with supporting documentation. Please note that the agency has received a limited amount of funds for distribution. Once the funds are fully disbursed, no additional funds will be forthcoming.
There is a claim form linked in the original email in which you declare that the information provided within the Claim Form and accompanying documentation is true and correct to the best of your knowledge, information, and reasonable belief. You acknowledge and agree that your submission of a Claim Form and documentation does not guarantee that you will receive any funds from the agency.
To have your claim be considered complete, you MUST submit the claim form and email supporting documentation of any claimed losses identified above to Pat Neri at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, 2020.
The claims and documentation will be reviewed, and the agency, in its sole discretion, will approve or reject claims and make a determination regarding any payment of claims. The agency reserves the right to issue pro-rata payments of claims to all or some of the affected students as it deems equitable and appropriate in its sole discretion. Again, it is possible that you will not receive any payment even if you have submitted a completed Claim Form with documentation. Incomplete claims will not be considered by the agency.
If you have any specific questions, please email email@example.com.