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Ashworth College Reviews of Associate in Psychology

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Student Reviews - Associate in Psychology

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Reviewed: 8/24/2021

Degree: Psychology

Very easy to enroll and submit assignments etc. If you pay your tuition you will not have any problems... a very rewarding experience and will help me get a better job and promotion. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone wanting to pay for school with no debt.


Reviewed: 5/13/2019

Degree: Psychology

This is not a school. It's a non regionally accredited money funnel. Ashworth just wants to take your money. The materials are extremely outdated. Be warned by the reviews, I wish I did. I withdrew after I was asked for additional money for an extension. They are still illegally removing money from my bank account. My contact magical went up after I withdrew. Everything about this place should scream red flag.


Reviewed: 11/11/2018

Degree: Psychology

First of all I'm not an employee of Ashworth , but rather a satisfied student. I'm excited that I completed my associates in psychology, but I can tell you it was a bumpy road and you get out of it what you put into it. Before pursuing any degree at a nationally accredited college you should do your homework to see who accepts the credits or who does not. It is not the schools fault that people do not take the time to do proper research. Thank you Ashworth!

Cathy L.

Reviewed: 10/23/2018

Degree: Psychology

I wanted to give this school a review, I've been waiting to graduate and I just did! Oct. 9, 2018. I am so happy that I did go to this school, it gave me the flexibility and most of all, the cost. I enjoyed it so much, I referred to my own son - who has a full-time job and also requiring flexibility. Yes, the school is not perfect but is it Nationally Accredited, they also have affiliations with other Regionally Accredited schools that you can later transfer credit! I have referred over 3 people... Read More


Reviewed: 8/31/2017

Degree: Psychology

I am working towards my Associates Degree in Psychology. I am on my final course of my 1st semester and so far so good. I will apologize in advance because this will probably be lengthy, but I wanted to base this on my experience thus far. 1st, do research regarding the requirements needed for the job/field you are working towards. Ashworth is accredited, but they are nationally accredited and not regionally. Several fields require regionally accredited degree's. Most regionally accredited colleges... Read More


Reviewed: 11/14/2016

Degree: Psychology

I attended Ashworth for one semester. The $900 tuition for five classes and free textbooks appealed to me. I decided to give it a shot and see what it was like. Well, I know understand the saying, "You get what you pay for." I never once heard from or spoke with my professor. I received one to two sentence responses on graded work. The textbooks are outdated and several of them looked more like magazines then academic books. Though they're nationally accredited, I've discovered that regionally accredited... Read More

Poor Quality

Reviewed: 7/20/2016

Degree: Psychology

The certificate program I took with this school was OK. I got a well written physical textbook and had no problems. With the degree program however, I noticed their grading was quirky. For instance they would comment on a Essay Writing exam that the essay was well written and then give me a D- grade. Also, I noticed some of the exam questions would ask about material that had not been in the lesson. When I asked the professor about this she told me to email her the question and correct answer. I... Read More


Reviewed: 1/9/2016

Degree: Psychology

The program was challenging. The tutors were knowledgeable and helpful. The materials were professional and informative. Was it perfect? No, but no school is. Sometimes you'd get a rep who clearly hated their job, and sometimes you'd get someone who didn't really have an answer for an issue you were having. But you know what? That happens with every school on planet earth. I graduated from this school in 2012 and because of my degree, I got a sizable raise and went from answering phones in a call... Read More

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