For-Profit College in Denver to Pay $3.3-Million Over Deceptive Program

Argosy University's Denver campus has agreed to pay $3.3-million in a settlement with the Colorado attorney general's office, which found that the for-profit institution, a division of the Education Management Corporation, had intentionally misled students about one of its degree programs.

In an investigation, the attorney general's office found that, starting in 2007, Argosy told students that it was seeking to have its doctorate of education in counseling psychology program