We get that you're excited to start grad school and begin your career, but people here are commenting on the program, because they are knowledgeable about the field in general and about Argosy specifically.
The admissions counselor with whom you spoke explicitly lied to your face by telling you that there were no problems with any of the Argosy PsyD programs and that it was all managerial and corporate problems.
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An average 32% internship match rate is a sign of serious programmatic problems.
If the Augsburg PsyD program has not made substantial changes and merely just adopted what was left when Argosy went under, you'll have substantial difficult matching to any internships, both within and outside Minneapolis.
People here "care to reply" because they care about the field and many who are psychologists supervise trainees directly. They care about what happens to students and don't want them to go into significant debt for a degree that might not be licensable. They care about people having their dreams taken advantage of to line the pockets of institutions who have demonstrated ambivalence towards the financial and career futures of their students.