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Degree: Agriculture
Graduation Year: 2014

I am appalled at the negative reviews about this school. I went to this school for 3 different certifications and each time I have NEVER had a problem with anything!!!!! I am now going using my military Spousal benefits and again no issue. I love this school Its good and its true and the credits are transferrable as I was attending Clayton State but due to life events I had to withdraw. And that's what I love with this school it is at your own pace and online so no matter what is happening in your life you can still get your degree. Plus they let me choose a variety of certificate programs because I'm not sure what Degree plan I want to go for. And the school is beyond affordable. My first certificates I came out of pocket and did the payment plan received my diploma in the mail as told I would.

5 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2015

This school is well worth your time, & money. All employees are super nice and professional, very helpful. I would recommend this school to anyone. If your looking for convenience this is the place. All my classes are on line and I can manage classes around my time.

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Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2007

I absolutely loved getting my degree from Ashworth college. I started my studies in their local community college and finished at ashworth. They easily transferred my credits and it was affordable. I was a single mom of 3 small children at their time and then fact that I could study at home with no commute was priceless. I prefer to learn on my own which I did by reading them curriculum they sent me and took online tests with them help of the local librarian who served as a proctor over me. It was easy to understand, simple to achieve and was void of any distractions that is evident in typical college experience. I have worked as a teacher for over 10 yes now and am so glad I earned my degree at Ashworth. I also do Nursing now which I learned back in high school in a technical program. I am possibly considering registering again st Ashworth to further my skills in physical or occupational therapy aide. They will transfer any credits I previously a achieved that apply and give me a huge discount for being a returning student.

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Degree: Bridal Consulting
Graduation Year: 2014

Nice school. Always helpful at all the time. They give you the courage to going to the end of your study. Work with you all the time. Please try Asworth College. Don't give up on your dreams. Yes can do it. It's possible. Is not to late. I will attend the ceremony this year.

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Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2015

I was for the most part happy with my experience at Ashworth College .The last two years was the best. The first two years were not great. Many years ago I had to wait about two or three weeks for a course to be shipped and I couldn't move on until my paper was graded. But presently they have made improvements that are much better than years ago.

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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2009

I completed an Associated ls Degree and I am completing Bachelors degree at Ashworth College. I have never had a problem here and it had helped advanced my career. The captain of our Police Department has completed his Masters Degree along with several police offices completing there Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice. My husband is completing his Bachelors in Management! Trust me when I say you save so much money and can complete each class at your own pace is so wonderful.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2015

I was attracted to Ashworth online "Basic Accounting" course due to its affordable rate and ability to make monthly payments. The text is good except for a number of typos which led me to open the pandora's box so to speak. The only nice person that I have spoken to is the one who sold me the course. She said everything I want to hear and be inspired. Once I started my studying, I came across multiple issues that I need to call and get help, that's when I start to see their system is so confusing, I got frustrated calling, waiting for a return call, and tried emailing tutors, it has not improved any bit. I received a couple of replies that are blanks, and the rest just didn't address my question instead sent me their nicely scripted correspondence form. Their staff is ill-trained, unfriendly, feisty, rude, and good only with lip service. I will definitely not recommend Ashworth to my friends. I'm one exam to go, and all excited to leave the program not because I'm proud of it.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2014

For me this was the way to earn my degree. I hated driving to classes after working all day. At first I was very concerned about attending Ashworth due to the negative comments I saw on the web about customer service or that its a scam. But I figured I would give it a try as I have started and quit 3 different times. Signing up took a bit that that was expected. I took advantage of the chance to test out of some of the classes in order to save money and time. This took a bit to get going but it did work out great for me. I was able to test out of 7 classes which saved me a lot of time and money in the end. Some of the classes were very easy for me and others took me back to studying once again. I did have to contact the school but it was due to my own issues and there policies. I never once had a negative contact with their customer service. If I felt I was right I would explain why and to my surprise they listened and ended up siding with me. I have not used my degree to move up in my career but I have moved on in my career and I do believe having this degree helped me and gave me one more item that others did not have. You get what you put into Ashworth I believe. If you want A's then you must do the work to get them. If you want to just get by and earn your degree at your own pace and your own environment then that path is there as well. The best part for me is that when I could no longer afford to pay upfront for each term I was able to finance my education with Ashworth with no interest. Granted you have to pay this loan before you receive your degree but you are listed as completed until your loan is paid in full. I wish I would have done this 20 years ago but of course this was not around then.

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Degree: Human Resources Management and Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

I began this degree program in 05/2008 and I finished 01/2010 but didn't receive the degree until 05/2014 when I was able to pay it off. That is an awfully long time to wait. It was a little awkward explaining to potential employers that I finished the program but the school was holding the degree but they were mostly understanding. That was my biggest gripe with the school. I'm about to finish my Bachelors program this year and this time I'm going to pay everything up front so they'll send the rest of my class materials and later my BSBA a.s.a.p. The school is best for those who prefer self paced independent study and for those who travel or work a lot. Occasionally there were some books on back order that I had to wait weeks for and some of the people who answer the 800 number seem like they don't care but all things considered it's an adequate school that fit my needs more than a traditional "brick and mortar" college.

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Degree: Private Investigator
Graduation Year: 2015

I injured myself at work, and always did grunt work. I had to watch my kids, so my wife could take over and work for income. I love the studying and exams, I read the chapter assigned,highlighting, then take my exam, approximately this takes 4 hours. I have learned allot. My brother attends MATC in WI, my friend does online through Liberty.edu. When I talk with them on subjects that they both were involved with, it seemed as my brother learned all the same material as I, my friend on the other hand seemed mainly clueless by my discussions, maybe he searched for the answers online? What I am saying is, Ashworth is a very educational study/learning system, you can do lots of extra exercises that do not get graded, I have done some, but am in a hurry, so I will do the many others when I need to refresh my memory on all the topics I learned. I also save all my study material, which is assignments meant for you to do to make the exams easier for you, but not a requirement. It's all in what you put into it, and I will finish all ungraded material and put it in my work portfolio to show employers that I did go above and beyond, to show I actively try to know all I can in order to meet or exceed their expectations. My only downfalls with Ashworth are towards the end of the courses, they combine 2 to 3 exams in one, thats hard, but it teaches you to use your time wisely. The other downfall, I had 4 exams that I had a correct answer marked wrong, but it was correct, but they did fix it right away to give me the credit. (Another lesson learned, always check your answers if marked wrong). Private security, Private investigation, Intro to psychology (6 months and 80% complete @ 4-6 hrs/day, no weekends)

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