Ashworth College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (222)
I attended Ashworth College for my BS in Psychology. I wanted to become a Case Manager of some sort, at the time I had no idea what I wanted to do for my career. I finish my BS paying a little over $11,000 because of my extensions for work. I now work at Treatment Center (Substance Abuse) and I'm very please with my pay rate above $18 hr for two years now. I could not have achieved my career without my BS from Ashworth College.
I started the RN to BSN program on Jan 17 th and just finished the first class. My instructor was nice and caring calling me weekly to discuss any issues. The first class was hard but everyone at Ashworth was very helpful. The classes affordable with payment plans and I work on my own schedule
I am very glad to have had the wonderful opportunity to graduate from Ashworth College. The courses were relevant and very well presented. I first chose this school because of its attractive pricing, but the solid level of education was well worth the endeavor. My studies at this school clearly prepared me for the rigors of graduate work. For courses that were more challenging, Ashworth had mentors who you could call to help with more difficult concepts. I feel that this school believes in the progress of its students and has the intent of giving the learner the most up to date, and most practical course of study. Truly a school that I would recommend.
The school is great, and the people who I have talked to over the phone have been polite and ready to solve any concerns. Like with any organization you have to learn patients when it comes to calling the school. Even though my questions and concerns were handled in a timely manner. I completed my Associate of Science Degree in Early Child Hood Education and this year 2016 my Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Child Hood Education. Starting Jan. 2017 will start my Master in Healthcare Administration. I recommend this school regardless of what other negative people may say. This is a great school. Thank you Ashworth College.
I just graduate from Ashworth College. This is a good college even though it is nationally accreditation. There are schools accept Ashworth College credits that is regionally accreditation are Liberty University, Southwestern College Professional Studies, Western Governor University, American Military University, West International University, Trident University International. If you are using term schedule, which mean your tuition is paid by your company tuition fund or military tuition assistance. The classes are self pace if you are paying tuition out of pocket for you can take your time to complete the courses. You can only have two courses open at a time in your student portal. Once you are finished your course, just sent a request in the student portal to open your next course. There are no interaction with other students such as group projects or group discussion board for self pace enrollment. All books are included with tuition, the books are mail to your address. Ashworth College do not accept FAFSA. If you are going to get your bachelor, I highly recommend you to get the Associate Degree first because you can have Associate, 4th semester free if you are paid in full, and the courses are the same as the first to fourth semesters. The semester exam you will need a proctor, it can be anyone other than relatives, family, and friends. When you take the semester exam pass the exams on the first or second time, you only have two chances, if you don't you will be place on academic review. I hope this help.
Tech support is good and they respond quickly. The website goes down for maintenance every once in awhile as they update classes and materials. All my books and materials are automatically sent with no need to download additional materials. Always a quick response to questions from professors. Tuition is reasonable, and never had any issues with making payments. The site is easy to navigate and the classes are excellent.
My experience with Ashworth College was wonderful. I was able to achieve my goals and complete my degree on my free time. The curriculum for degree program was excellent. The courses were challenging as well as rewarding. All of Ashworth's information was clear and concise. With an understanding, you cannot mistake this. The cost of your degree is reasonable and will not leave you in debt for years to come. Research will show that Ashworth's curriculum is competitive with that of other great online colleges.
Ashworth College was AMAZING. As a single mom of two boys, I was able to work full time and finish my degree. Ashworth's classes were challenging at times but really kept me thinking and never left me bored. I was able to land a great job in a local hospital making more then I imagined I would upon recently graduating. It took me 5 years to totally finish my degree but worked at my own pace. You can finish your degree much quicker if you want. Every professor I had in my studies helped me by answering various questions and even sending me more material and articles on the topics I was confused about. The advisors and tutors are extremely helpful and always there when you need them. There is no reason for you to not do well in this school. The tuition is a great plus! I will be attending here again to achieve my MBA.
I would recommend Ashworth College to anyone who wants to get a degree, but does not want to spend a fortune. Ashworth is nationally accredited and that is really all that matters when looking for jobs. No company really cares about where you went to school unless you are trying to be a doctor or a lawyer. If you are looking for the best true value for your money that IS accredited go with Ashworth. I was a corrections officer and once I graduated from Ashworth with my Bachelors in Criminal Justice I was able to secure a much better job with a private security firm making 50% more than I was before.
I am graduating again from North Dakota State University in December 2016 with my Masters of Software Engineering. Other universities do accept Ashworth College degrees so you can get a Masters degree in your field. I graduated with honors with my Bachelors of Arts in general studies.