Ashworth College Reviews - Associate in Veterinary Technician

1.94 out of 5 stars
(6 Reviews)
  • Online
  • Annual Tuition: Not Provided
0% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.0 out of 5 stars
Ripped off - 10/14/2019
Degree: Veterinary Technician
Graduation Year: 2065
"Communication is horrible. Misinformed and ignored. Sent a "ticket" on Oct 5 and 6 that required a response. It is Oct 14 and I still haven't heard from them. They contact you several times a day when they want you to sign up, but after that, you're on your own. There is a community board where other students can assist you but they blocked me from using the board. Stay away from this school. I'm finding there are others that will assist you after you sign on the dotted line. I've completed 4% of the course (which was just an intro to studying) and I cancelled and now they want $625 from me. This after I can't communicate with anyone for over a week. And when I called to cancel, they hung up on me. Unbelievable"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Caity - 3/5/2019
Degree: Veterinary Technician
Graduation Year: 2020
"At first I loved this college and the courses, but then my first actual class that required a textbook they say its on backorder and has no clue when I will receive it or when it will even be shipped out but sends me an email stating that I need to hurry and do a lesson in the course. This school is absolutely ridiculous. BEWARE BEWARE!!!"
1.0 out of 5 stars
ware.robyn@yahoo.com - 4/22/2018
Degree: Veterinary Technician
Graduation Year: 2020
"The teachers are rude, unhelpful, lazy, and slow. They didnt quiz on what was on the curriculum. One of my teachers even threatened to kick me from the program if I didnt submit over 25 assignments over the course of 3 weeks and not all at once. Then, after I already did 25 (documents, not all assignments) she reported me for plagiarism on MY OWN photos! Because, and in HER words, she shouldnt have been able to get documentation so quickly so it mustve been from the twitter. First off, I wanted my internship DONE, and second, I dont even use the twitter. And that was one event in the first 5 classes. Dont. Just dont. Garbage school, absolute trash."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Happy - 5/13/2015
Degree: Veterinary Technician
Graduation Year: 2016
"I have been studying with Ashworth College since 2012 and I have been happier than I ever been at any school. I love that you can study at home at your own time and that the tuition is affordable. I have learned a lot more at this school than at any other school I have attended and have done well here too. Customer Service is good too, they have always worked with me to make it to where I can afford the tuition payments and any problem I have had they have always corrected. No problems. I would recommend Ashworth to anyone and already have. I mean paying only a fraction of what tuitions at other schools are and studying at your own time at your own pace is a real oppurtunity to eat your cake and have it too (Watch Mary Kate Olsen on Holiday In The Sun if you think I got the saying wrong) . I got some advice, before signing up make sure you read EVERYTHING on the site including the small print. Know what you are getting into and make sure it is exactly what you want before making a commitment. Also follow the guidelines. Make your payments on time, and just because the exams are open book you STILL have to study for them because the tests are timed and its a part of life to study for tests anyway. Follow all directions when you do your assignments and if you need help Ashworth has tutors you can contact. And no tutor can do the assignment for you or tell you the answers to an exam. Everyone knows that is cheating. Ashworth also has their accreditation listed and as for transferring credits to another college that is more up to the institution you are wanting to go to than it is the degree itself or Ashworth. Just because one school won't accept Ashworth does not mean every school won't. Each institution has certain policies when accepting credits. Even regionally accredited credits are not always accepted by some schools. There are tons of schools that will accept Ashworth, you just have to google them and do your research. And also if you want the staff at Ashworth to be nice to you, BE NICE TO THEM. Do not use curse words, or be rude, or shout or post on their community that they are a scam. If you ever worked in customer service you know that that behavior alone is enough to put you in a bad mood. And if you are angry cause you can't get your degree until your tuition is paid off be lucky that they even let you study while still owing your tuition because most schools and mainly traditional schools won't even let you attend until you paid your tuition. Pay your payments ON TIME. The due date is right there when you log into your student portal."
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