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Ashworth College Reviews of Bachelor's in Criminal Justice

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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Criminal Justice

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Criminal Justice

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Reviewed: 1/26/2020

Degree: Criminal Justice

Everything throughout my entire time with this school was pleasant. Customer service always helped me, and the tutors were always exceptional and my degree is accepted in my home state and in my profession which is going to allow me faster promotability. Thank Ashworth Note: all the negative reviews can't even spell right, probably don't need to be enrolled in the first place lol

John D.

Reviewed: 12/19/2018

Degree: Criminal Justice

RUN AWAY. This is not a regionally accredited school Let me repeat, NOT REGIONALLY ACCREDITED! Save yourself the money, time & headaches & seek another school. They may be DEAC accredited but I can assure most employers will not accept this degree. You totally get what you pay for & no wonder why its so cheap.


Reviewed: 10/2/2018

Degree: Criminal Justice

I would like to add my review regarding Ashworth College. I have been with James Madison High School and Ashworth College for 5 years now. I have not once been treated poorly by my teachers and i always received a reply in a timely manner. I see that many reviews are not covering the course work and are instead covering customer service. My material has always been the most recent. I have had zero issues when it came to my textbooks. All the material was relevant and orderly. My course work is great... Read More

Bianca Reynolds

Reviewed: 7/24/2018

Degree: Criminal Justice

From their Vice President to their Customer Service Reps this college is extremely unprofessional. There have been numerous issues with courses, transcripts being evaluated, waiting too long to have assignments graded, books on back-order, quizzes within the courses not having the same information as in the book and just overall confusion and madness. I am surprised this college is even still running! I neglected to mention how I have never been able to get a tutor. It always sends me back to the... Read More

Kimberly Cook

Reviewed: 1/21/2018

Degree: Criminal Justice

I graduated in 2016 with my Associates in Criminal Justice from Ashworth. The degree granted me contract PFC with the United States Marine Corps, so I began studies for my Bachelors in 2017 while enlisted. It's cheap and recognized through the Department of Education, which is honestly the most important thing to employers these days. If you grew up in a poor family like me and you and your family never had enough money to send you to college, Ashworth is an amazing opportunity to get a quality degree... Read More

Michael Di Carlo

Reviewed: 6/11/2017

Degree: Criminal Justice

This school is legit. Everyone talking a out transfer credits.... why bother when you don't need to? Regionally Accredited schools do one thing and one thing only, CHARGE you more. Ashworth does not. You can get an Associates, Bachelors and Masters here. If you want to transfer to a regionally accredited school, you can transfer to American Public/Military University and get the rest of your degree from them. They are also reasonably priced. Don't let people scare you. They are just afraid to hustle.... Read More


Reviewed: 9/21/2016

Degree: Criminal Justice

Tech support is good and they respond quickly. The website goes down for maintenance every once in awhile as they update classes and materials. All my books and materials are automatically sent with no need to download additional materials. Always a quick response to questions from professors. Tuition is reasonable, and never had any issues with making payments. The site is easy to navigate and the classes are excellent.


Reviewed: 8/22/2016

Degree: Criminal Justice

I would recommend Ashworth College to anyone who wants to get a degree, but does not want to spend a fortune. Ashworth is nationally accredited and that is really all that matters when looking for jobs. No company really cares about where you went to school unless you are trying to be a doctor or a lawyer. If you are looking for the best true value for your money that IS accredited go with Ashworth. I was a corrections officer and once I graduated from Ashworth with my Bachelors in Criminal Justice... Read More

David Pierce

Reviewed: 8/17/2016

Degree: Criminal Justice

If you are a full time parent, spouse and work a full time job, Ashworth College is for you! Ashworth allowed me to advance in my career by achieving my education goals. I have completed my Associates Degree, Bachelor's Degree, and am currently pursuing my Master's at Ashworth College.

Deneil C.

Reviewed: 8/17/2016

Degree: Criminal Justice

Ashworth College is a great school for busy individuals like myself. The tuition is very affordable and I was able to graduate debt free. The quality of the program was good and the materials were easy to understand. The student services team is phenomenal and were always available when I needed them. I'd highly recommend this school to anyone looking for a flexible, affordable and accredited degree or diploma.

Sul A

Reviewed: 12/23/2015

Degree: Criminal Justice

I was suspicious of the school before I enrolled. I looked it up online and checked their BBB status and I felt comfortable to join. I had a very good experience with them. The text books were mailed in on time. The instructors were always helpful when I needed them. I did not need them a lot because the study materials they provided were self-explanatory. I am glad to be a part of Ashworth college. I know I don't have to worry about disheartening student loan.


Reviewed: 11/1/2015

Degree: Criminal Justice

I completed my Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Ashworth which had been a lifelong goal. The format , pace and price are the right fit for a busy working adult with family commitments who wants to complete their education. I immersed myself in the curriculum, which allowed me to retain a lot of the information from the program and that's exactly what I wanted. I am actively looking for a regionally accredited Graduate degree program in Criminal Justice and I feel that the education I received... Read More


Reviewed: 8/31/2015

Degree: Criminal Justice

I have enrolled for the AA program but I was so pleased of the course that I continued, the staff always answer the phone and provide guidance and help when necessary The course is at your own pace and very clear, it really challenged me and, being an English second language student it improved also my English ... will enroll in the master program soon.


Reviewed: 3/4/2015

Degree: Criminal Justice

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... Read More


Reviewed: 5/28/2014

Degree: Criminal Justice

Recently completed my criminal justice degree at Ashworth college... I am so happy to receive my college degree! It was 3 years well spent. I sort of slacked off for a few months but I was back on it.


Reviewed: 3/31/2014

Degree: Criminal Justice

I have attended Ashworth College since 2012 to get my bachelors degree in criminal justice. I have had no problems and the school has been very helpful. My employers who have regionally accredited degrees had no problem with the school being DETC accredited. I have nothing but good things to say about Ashworth and it has been a great experience for me.


Reviewed: 6/11/2013

Degree: Criminal Justice

I enrolled in Ashworth's Criminal Justice Bachelors Program. The course is worthless in my opinion. Before you can study anything about criminal justice you have to go these useless subjects on how to study...Are you kidding me! I know how to study okay! My thoughts are that they have these time wasting courses just to keep you enrolled in activity to get your money. I advise that anyone looking to enroll in a quality accredited degree program, check out Penn Foster College. Good luck out there in... Read More

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