Engaging curricula -Achievement belongs to all of us. Pursue a course of study that covers the full spectrum of knowledge – from eMarketing and Cognitive Studies to Sustainable Enterprise Management.
Modern digital tools - The world is your campus with the Ashford Mobile app that lets you keep in touch with your courses and classmates while on-the-go. Plus many courses offer ways to study, learn, and share from a suite of digital materials.
Vibrant learning community - Join a diverse student body where you belong. Students, faculty, and alumni interact and support each other from across the country and the world. Social media allow everyone in the Ashford community to connect and network whenever you wish.
Cherished tradition - All students are invited to join their fellow graduates at commencement ceremonies held at the Ashford University campus in Clinton, Iowa. Thousands of students from across the country travel to receive their diplomas in person.
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Reivew Averages: 6.7 out of 10 (524 reviews)
Ashford University Reviews:
126 of 151 people found the following review helpful
This Place is FRAUDULENT and a SCAM
March 17, 2012
I wish I can rate them as zero. OK here it is, Im going to tell you the truth, only cause Im losing sleep over it. I am an Admissions Counselor employee at Ashford. This place is so un-ethical and full of fake people its disgusting. So here's the deal. We pretend to care about you, like the snake that puts on a fake smile and stabs you in the back. An Admission Counselor's job ... [Read more]
45 of 55 people found the following review helpful
Don't listen to reviews with poor grammar/writing skills!
July 31, 2012
After reading many of the previous reviews, the negative ones are a joke! How credible is a review if the person writing it has no idea how to use a period, appropriately capitalize letters, spell, or use proper grammar (since it is an academic review, not a text message)! Not to mention, the many complaints based solely on finances. Apparently, if all a person has to complain about is how he/she dropped or failed a ... [Read more]
35 of 44 people found the following review helpful
such a horrible experienc
March 16, 2012
i enrolled @ this university as a single mother thinking it would b a gooD fit for me.This was four yrs ago i did a semster and am still paying for it. My financial advisor....horrible.My rep was nice and the minute my enrollment was completE she was yanked and was replaced with a not nice person.i got no tech support when i needed it.i got no responses from teachrs when i needed.i got no education ... [Read more]
33 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Communication Skills are Vital
February 12, 2014
First things first... Read the negative reviews with a critical eye. How are the communication skills of the reviewer? If the person posting a review cannot communicate with decent grammar, spelling or syntax, there is a reason they are angry. They don't have the skills required for higher education. You are going to get out of your education exactly what you put into it. You have to have a working knowledge of Microsoft word, basic ... [Read more]
33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
Not Harvard, but not a scam either
July 6, 2012
I hope my review is helpful because I read some that are so off-base, I felt it necessary to provide a personal note. Where do I begin? OK, for starters, this is not Harvard, Yale or the University of Chicago; but you will get a quality education, if you are truly committed to higher education. If you are seeking an education that is practical and valuable, then you should consider attending Ashford University. It is ... [Read more]
32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Some clarity for those searching here
July 3, 2012
I've been a student here for years now and I'm finishing up shortly. I've read a lot of these poor reviews and honestly it seems like a bunch of BS. How is Regional Accredidation crap? Most of your local universities have the same thing!!! My credits didn't all transfer? Maybe that's because you changed your major in Junior College 5 times and your pottery classes don't count towards a Psychology Degree! Why didn't they tell ... [Read more]
31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
February 21, 2012
I graduated from Ashford in January 2011, having completed a bachelor's program in August 2009 and then the master's in January 2011. While Ashford was not perfect in every area, for the most part my experience was a good one. I've read many of the reviews posted here and it is my opinion that some of the reviewers looked at Ashford as a simple way to get a degree, and were frustrated when they had ... [Read more]
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