Invitation to former Argosy Students

If you are a former student of Argosy University, the Art Institutes, or South University and you are interested in transferring to Palm Beach Atlantic University, we welcome your interest and would like to expedite a face-to-face or phone meeting with one of our admission counselors.

Undergraduate Programs: Jose Marrero:  or 561-803-2082 

Nursing Programs: Natalie Castles: or 561-803-2104 

Graduate Programs: Kay Joyce: or 561-803-2852 

This list of PBA programs of study matches most closely with your previous coursework:

Argosy Courses

CLICK HERE for an overview of undergraduate transfer. 

Palm Beach Atlantic University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award the following degrees: bachelor’s, master’s, doctor of pharmacy, and doctor of nursing practice. For questions about the accreditation of Palm Beach Atlantic University, contact the Commission on Colleges at:

1866 Southern Lane
Decatur, GA 30033-4097
(404) 679-4500

Persons wishing to review documents related to the accreditation of Palm Beach Atlantic University should contact the Assistant Provost for Accreditation and Assessment at (561) 803-2050.

Shuttered Institutions 

Palm Beach Atlantic University adheres to the principles of good educational practice through a process of creation, governance, and publication of academic policies. This process utilizes the collaborative resources of administration, faculty, and staff to ensure integrity, transparency, and personal accountability for all constituents, including current and prospective students. 

Displaced students from shuttered institutions are welcome. Palm Beach Atlantic University provides transfer-friendly undergraduate programs and students in graduate programs at a shuttered institution may typically transfer in coursework up to 35% of the credit hours required for the relevant PBA graduate program providing all other transfer requirements are met. (See Acceptance of Academic Credit policy.) 

This policy delineates the outreach of Palm Beach Atlantic University to individuals who were active students at the time of the closure of their home institution. In an effort to support these displaced students while maintaining a high academic standard of accreditation, Palm Beach Atlantic University will work with students on a case-by-case basis.