California school announces efforts to help Argosy students after closure
Claremont, CALIFORNIA — Following the announcement that Argosy University is closing its campuses across the nation, online graduate school Claremont Lincoln University, based in Claremont, California, has announced it will work to accept as many Argosy University graduate students as possible.
The school focuses on civic engagement, social justice and organizational leadership.
“I can’t imagine how disheartening it must be for these students to be suddenly dropped from their academic programs,” said Claremont Lincoln chief operating officer Dr. Joseph Sallustio. “It’s unfortunate and the feeling of uncertainty can take over. I want students to know we will do everything in our power to help them.”
Sallustio continued: “Claremont Lincoln University represents a new way of teaching leadership and our singular operating principle is that ‘Ethical Business is Good Business.’ We teach our students that ethical management practices will be a competitive advantage in their careers. Some people may think that sounds naive, but they underestimate the fact that we now live in a world of social proof. We prepare our students for the real-world business environment of the 21st Century.”