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4 out of 5
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Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2016

First of all, to those haters out there who try to cast a bad light over Ashworth, you need to find something better to do. Often these individuals can't even spell properly..which is evident in their reviews. I personally finished my A.S. in Education this month. I had an awesome experience. It was not always easy but I got through. I am tired of people complaining. The price is so affordable that even if the staff was rude it would still be far worth it. Give the school a chance!

5 out of 5
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Degree: General Studies
Graduation Year: 2016

I was very happy with Ashworth College. I would have never been able to get a degree without their payment plan program, with was very reasonably priced. The staff was always helpful about the payments, books and courses. All the textbooks are included in the price which saves a lot of money. You can work at your own pace going quickly through easy courses and taking your time through the difficult ones. You can adjust your studies to your work schedule. The general studies was fun because you get choose a lot of your courses. It was wonderful. My courses transferred to a Graduate school and I am earning my Masters degree in software engineering now!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2005

Worthless college, this college is a scam,everything about this school doesn't make any sense, everything is about money to these people,bad customer service, even everyone there sucks, and they systematically give you bad grades and bad g.p.a, students beware

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Veterinary/Animal Health Technology/Technician and Veterinary Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

I hate writing nasty reviews but this company is full of liers and scam artists. People please pay very close attention to the courses you think your taking. They will lie to you on the phone to get you to sign up for a course with them and when you finally figure out you've been lied to if you've even completed one course they will say you can't cancel the course and have to pay the full amount. They will tell you they can't listen to supposed recorded lines. They told me i was signing up for Vet Tech but i quickly found out they signed me up for Vet Assistance, they don't even offer Vet Tech. Customer service is shady and won't return calls. You have been warned.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2012

The program was challenging. The tutors were knowledgeable and helpful. The materials were professional and informative. Was it perfect? No, but no school is. Sometimes you'd get a rep who clearly hated their job, and sometimes you'd get someone who didn't really have an answer for an issue you were having. But you know what? That happens with every school on planet earth. I graduated from this school in 2012 and because of my degree, I got a sizable raise and went from answering phones in a call center to managing that same call center in less than a year. Most of the complaints I see about this school come from people who were in the diploma and certificate programs. There are no requirements for those programs like at least having a GED, and so you get a lower caliber of student. Many of the people complaining have no business at all coming anywhere near collegiate coursework. College is not for everybody. These individuals attack the schools' accreditation even though it's US Department of Education recognized (DEAC) and has been in operation since the 1920's, and they complain about minor inconveniences that they feel should never happen simply because they're spending money. Those people simply don't get it, and there is a reason why they didn't succeed with Ashworth and will have trouble succeeding any place they go. Ashworth offers a long-standing concept in education called Independent Study. It's a proven method that has stood the test of time. Tutors are available, but they're not there to hold your hand. If you're a disciplined, self-starting person, you will do well here. If you have patience and basic reasoning skills and emotional intelligence, you'll do well here. If you're lazy, hate to read, have a short fuse, and feel self-entitled to perfection simply because you're spending money, then not only should you avoid Ashworth, you should avoid college altogether in any form be it online, in-person, by mail, or by carrier pigeon. College is not for everyone, nor should it be.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2015

I was suspicious of the school before I enrolled. I looked it up online and checked their BBB status and I felt comfortable to join. I had a very good experience with them. The text books were mailed in on time. The instructors were always helpful when I needed them. I did not need them a lot because the study materials they provided were self-explanatory. I am glad to be a part of Ashworth college. I know I don't have to worry about disheartening student loan.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2016

I loved this school and have recommended it to a few friends that are also enrolled. You cant beat affordable monthly payments , work at you own pace schedule (very convenient for working parents) Easy to use. and I have always found that customer service to be very helpful.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2009

Ashworth College is great! I had no problem when looking for a jobs and it actually help me, I had a job interview actually say that before I was hired. I learned a lot about running my businesses and I am still very successful in my businesses and a lot of it is due to me learning a broader understanding of business that was from Ashworth College. I would recommend this college and I do. Just keep on course and if you have any questions, make sure to call them. I had no problems with this college and I am still attending and taking another course.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Small Business Management
Graduation Year: 2009

Ashworth College is a great College! It was just the right fit for me while having a family and running my own businesses. I was able to use my college diploma to help me in my businesses and also when I needed a job I had no problem getting one because of the diploma and actually it helped me to have a better position in management because of the diploma. Also I am studying for the psychology degree program for a bachelors and I love it. there was no problems with the school, just had to make sure that I call them if I needed something and stay on course.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2015

Let me start with they are quick to take money from you , I signed up for AS in Criminal Justice they messed it up and put me in a certificate program luckily I noticed it. Lack of direction Book does not Match the course Course Orientation showers different from What the actual dash bird is poor help from Phone line reps they rude and sound always like u bother them why you calling what do you want type of attitude.... Just Sad and iv never wrote a Review in my life but I am so upset that I have to spread the word some how. Please call look in to the info before u sig up I was told its Nationaly Acredited but seem to hear other. Will need to double check

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