I originally attended Argosy University because I worked at Education Management Corporation (EDMC), who owns this school and a handful of others and the education was free because I worked there. There are good things and there are bad things about this school and honestly, there are probably more bad and I probably would not have continued if it was not paid for. The good: Academic Advisors: I've worked with several advisors during my time at Argosy and was impressed that ALL of them were very knowledgeable and helpful. Flexibility: Don't like a teacher? Tell your advisor and get out of the class. & never take a class with them again. Need some time off for something big? Let your advisor know and they'll probably work it out for you. I had both of these happen to me during my time there and my advisor was more than willing to help. Speed: The classes are quick, only 6 weeks long, which means you won't be bored because you'll be busy. For me, this was a good thing. The bad- Turnover: Unfortunately because EDMC has high turnover rates as a company, it is likely that a staff member of the school may be let go or moved to another position while you're working with them. This also means that sometimes there may be someone learning a new position as the people you go to for help are changed and they may not have the answer. My financial advisor was changed twice and the person they changed it to although was very nice, was somewhat incompetent and it was very annoying to have to remind him simple things of how to do his job and basic information he should already know. Price: It's fairly expensive for the quality of the education. If I would've paid for it, I probably would have taken my money elsewhere. Overall, I am finishing my degree in July and I am satisfied with my choice to continue going to this school, even after I lost my job and had to pay for some of it myself. I do feel I have learned. However, had I searched for a school to to based on the value of education, I would have taken my money elsewhere.