The University of Arizona Global Campus Reviews

3.36 out of 5 stars
(686 Reviews)
69% of 686 students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of 686 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Mahleah Chicetawn - 9/25/2012
Degree: Journalism
Graduation Year: 2012
"I attended Ashford from 2010 and until 2012. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. I made Dean's list every semester. In March I submitted my petition to graduate which was accepted. They took $180.00 out of my account to cover expenses.In July I completed my final class (got an A) and was told that my diploma and a free copy of my official transcript will be sent to me as soon as the grade was posted. It was posted on July 30th. Today is September 25th and I haven't received anything. Calls to my advisor and emails have been ignored. I have 2 weeks until my deadline with the University of Denver for my Master's program.I cannot attend unless they have an official transcript. I can't find a job because I can't prove I have a degree in this field. My unemployment runs out in 2 months. I would like to say I have nothing, but that's not true. I have a $32,000 debt that I have to pay back for a degree I can't prove I have."
4.0 out of 5 stars
cpiccolo - 9/13/2012
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"I have been with Ashford for 1.5 years. I am scheduled to graduate in April of 2013. I have to say that Ashford has made things easier for me as far as school work and class assignments for the most part. But, like us all, I have many other responsibilities and things on my plate.Knowing it would be very difficult for me to get access to a computer on a Tuesday when class starts, I posted my introduction to a class on a MOnday figuring that would the most responsible thing to do. I did not want to wait until Wed. to check in a attend class. On Wednesday as I was at work, I received an email informing me that I had been withdrawn from the University.I called and called the advisor for the next 24 hours, trying desperately to submit assignments and return to class, when I finally got another advisor to re-admit me back to the university. And all for submitting my intro a day earlier, knowing I couldn't do it on Tuesday! The advisor was very rude and I was not able to request a manager or anyone to talk to . I don't think that I should be kicked out of school for this situation. It is hard to believe that they tried to say it was the same scenario as if I showed up on the weekend for a class and it was not accounted for. This is online school for GOd sake, and for a reason.We have busy schedules and need to be able to alter our class situations to be in school and function with everyday life."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Patricia Jenkins - 9/10/2012
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"L. from Ashford University has been calling and talking to me about enrolling back in school. This has been about a year and I am a 50 plus year old woman. She conveince me this would not be a bad idea to go back to school.Things began to happen one after another. My son passed away recently and Ashford University called me. Not to hound me about enrolling in class but to express their concerns about how I was feeling and doing as a person. When you find someone that has your interest and concerns at heart. This is where you belong."
4.0 out of 5 stars
Necole Brown - 9/5/2012
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2015
"I am currently attending Ashford University and I really haven't had that many problems with the school.I read some of the comments.Someone basically stated that another person was fabricating about their educational experiences at Ashford.You can't say that.The area in which you live could make a difference in whether they accept Ashford's classes or not.The community college in my hometown does not accept any of Ashfords credits,but I now live in Texas,so I pray that my new school does accept them.The only problems that I encountered at Ashford was dealing with my financial aid,and canceling my classes so that I can attend a college that better suits my educational needs.Other than that I haven't had any major problems.The instructors are nice,as well as helpful.Ashford is what you make it to be(but that's any school).Why am I transferring?I am transferring in October because I can get my degree with a concentration at another school quicker than I can at Ashford.Would I recommend this school?It all depends on your educational needs and wants.This school is too easy for me.I need something more challenging.However,I would recommend this school to someone that is looking for an easy A (like my mother or grandmother).I hope this has been extremely helpful."
4.0 out of 5 stars
Monica Jahn - 9/5/2012
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Graduation Year: 2012
"This school has been an amazing experience for me and my family. After trying for many years to complete my bachelors degree, Ashford has finally made that possible. I know that everyone has their own experiences with online universities, and I can respect that, but for me, it was hard work and determination that has lead me to my goals.And yes, Ashford is a REGIONALLY ACCREDITED University and I am able to transfer all of my credits earned at this university. The only way they would not transfer is if you completely change your degree going into your Master's program, however the general education units are all transferrable. Go Ashford! Go Saints!"
5.0 out of 5 stars
Robert Salinas - 9/4/2012
Degree: Early Childhood Education
Graduation Year: 2012
"The on-line portion of this school is only for highly disciplined individuals. There is no hand holding here, you read (study) do research (study) and write more than you would have ever imagined. This school is not a diploma mill, please don't let on-line learning, be confused with easy. You do the work, you get good grades, you get a diploma and you actually know something."
2.0 out of 5 stars
Jennifer Monroe - 8/31/2012
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2013
"I knew that online college was not going to be the exciting, challenging educational experience I crave, but I at least thought that a school would be more selective in the admission of students, making sure that they had at least minimal writing skills and the intellect to handle the courses. I was mistaken. Discussion posts, when understandable at all, are so poorly written (in the vast majority of cases) they are nearly impossible to respond to in a meaningful way. Cheating is everywhere. Everywhere! And it is incredibly easy to get A's with minimal effort if you have the intellect of a 16 year old.I am so disappointed and frustrated to have wasted almost a year, only to be looking for another school at this point. If you want a real education that you can be proud of, go into debt and go to a real school."
4.0 out of 5 stars
Hakeem - 8/29/2012
Degree: MBA
Graduation Year: 2012
"There was a person who wrote a review stating they would not be able to go to grad school if they had a degree from Ashford. My question to them is: "Did someone pay you to write such bull?" I graduated from Ashford with an MBA and I am now enrolled in a PHD program with Capella University; Ashford is a great school.Don't get me wrong, instructors will vary (some are very fastidious and some are lackadaisical), but you will get that with any school. I know Ashford has recently come under intense scrutiny, however, I have found my experience rewarding and relevant. To say that one cannot get into grad school is a farce. Where were you trying to apply, Harvard?"
5.0 out of 5 stars
patrick - 8/26/2012
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"I wanted to share my experience at Ashford University in response to the recent scrutiny in regard to their accreditation. I have attended both traditional & online learning platforms and have nothing but the best things to say about my experience at Ashford. From start to finish all the advisors, teachers and assistants were extremely helpful and focused on nothing other than my success.In addition to the support I received the knowledge obtained was extremely valuable to my life and career.Graduated. Received great job, been there for 2 years."
3.0 out of 5 stars
Michelle adams - 8/20/2012
Degree: Organizational Leadership
Graduation Year: 2012
"I attended this school for a year. The classes were ok. Some instructors better than others but you'll find that at any school. When I realized I could not get in to ANY graduate schools with a degree from Ashford I decided to transfer.If you just want a degree, fine. However, if you need a degree for a job or want to go to any grad schools, find another school. There are many not for profit schools that offer 100% online degrees and are reputable."