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AZ/IL: Midwestern University Statement Regarding Argosy Transfer Students

March 15, 2019

by Office of Communications

The Midwestern University community has been saddened to learn the news about the sudden closure of Argosy University and the detrimental impact this has had on their students and faculty. We have been in communication with national and state educational agencies, as well as our specialty accrediting agency, to determine how we can best assist former Argosy students. We are committed to upholding the high standards of excellence we have established at our Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D) degree programs at both our Downers Grove, IL, and Glendale, AZ, campuses. While we have a limited capacity, our goal is to be able to assist as many Argosy students as possible to continue their education.

For all Argosy students who are interested in learning more about the opportunities at Midwestern University, please complete this online information form. This will assist us in evaluating our capacity for additional students as well as responding to any specific questions you may have.

For specific details on our Clinical Psychology Programs, please visit our web site at the links below. You can access information on our admissions requirements, transfer of credit, curriculum, faculty, academic outcomes, and other academic policies.

Downers Grove
Program Link
Catalog Link

Program Link
Catalog Link

For Argosy students who were in their first or second year, you may apply directly to our programs as transfer students through the standard PSYCAS centralized process. Your application will be considered as part of our standard admissions process, which includes an on-campus interview. If you are admitted, you can apply to transfer up to a maximum of 40 quarter hour credits. Please know that we are not able to transfer practicum experiences.

For Argosy students who were in their third, fourth, or fifth year, please complete the online information form, so we can determine the level of interest of upper-level students. At this time, we are working with our accrediting agency to determine if we can develop a Transition Plan. We have no additional details at this time, but we will contact you once further information is available. We appreciate your patience as we work through all the necessary processes to ensure our continued ability to deliver the highest level of academic quality for all of our students.

More Information

For more information, please contact:
Office of Communications
630.515.7333 (IL) or 623.572.3353 (AZ)