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Ashworth College Reviews of Bachelor's in Psychology

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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

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Reviewed: 4/18/2023

Degree: Psychology

They'd be better off as late night talk show hosts. Absolute joke of a 'school'. No feedback on questions. No communication on tickets. Old and misinformation on class materials. Waste of money, time, and sanity. Should be shut down. The people running things are about the money.


Reviewed: 5/8/2022

Degree: Psychology

I potentially recommend attending this College, if you are determined to study on your own independently. I graduated with honors after five years in Psychology, and attending this College was a wise decision. I am currently pursuing a Masters in Psychology at a regionally accepting university Ashworth College credits.

Marcia Horbacio

Reviewed: 1/28/2022

Degree: Psychology

I am attending Ashoworth College and I have always been so happy with the customer service, with the quality of instruction and with the way it is affordable. I do not have words to say how happy I am for having chosen this College! I would recommend to people who dream about having a degree and do not have a lot of free time and also do not have a lot of money to pay expensive schools.


Reviewed: 9/17/2021

Degree: Psychology

I am going to the school right now and I’m getting my bachelors degree in psychology here because it extremely cheap and I can go get my masters and doctorate at a nicer school. I do not want to go into debt this gives me the opportunity to go to school debt free. If you can’t afford 1500 every 6 months then the school is not for you. Also just email your professors most of them care and they only have 5 days to grade not ten. I do not recommend this college for a masters here this is a awesome college... Read More


Reviewed: 2/25/2021

Degree: Psychology

I am very satisfied as student at Ashworth College, the level that is required both in the tests and with the assignments, as well as with the career in general.I do recommend Ashworth College to study a career on your own pace. I hope they offer Masters again to continue studying at this college.


Reviewed: 1/13/2020

Degree: Psychology

I first want to start off by saying that i enjoyed being able to work at my own pace. I enjoyed the flexibility of finishing my degree from home and still not missing a beat with my family. My issue is with the money aspect. They don't allow for Financial Aid, but i thought i was ok since i originally was paying like $40 a month. The issue was that i was completing my semesters faster than planned( a good thing) but before long i went from paying $40 a month to $150 dollars a month, and that was... Read More

Kadi Massaquoi

Reviewed: 4/19/2019

Degree: Psychology

I absolutely loved and enjoyed my time at Ashworth College. Any questions I had was answered by my instructors via email and phone calls. Academic advising was also a major help. Thank you to all the staff members there who really took time to answer my questions. I got my Bachelors in psychology and am now Enrolled at Capella University for my Masters. ALL my credits transferred. I wish they had a Masters program in what Im pursuing.

Just A Student

Reviewed: 4/11/2019

Degree: Psychology

This was once a great program. But over the years, it's fallen apart. They've switched entirely to ebooks, but they charge the same tuition. Have a grade dispute? You'll either get one of two things: No response at all, or a response that is either ridiculous or poorly reasoned. Take for instance one situation where an exam asked a question that was not found anywhere in the study material. The reviewer actually acknowledged that the question was not found in the materials that we have to study,... Read More


Reviewed: 2/26/2019

Degree: Psychology

Teachers are NOT required to hold any office hours. If you have a question specific to your course and your teacher doesn't check the chat, has chat disabled, and doesn't have an email address for you to contact then ypu are out of luck. You jave to go through the ticket center which will tell you to call customer service which won't know how to help you because they are ypur professor and don't know what is required for each course. I jad one class drop from an A+ to B- bacause I couldn't speak... Read More


Reviewed: 9/11/2018

Degree: Psychology

Ashworth is the worst online college you can attend. Why? Because they add on thousands to your bill that shouldn't even be there, lie. manipulate. And when you're complete they don't send a diploma or even transcript until you pay 12,000$ and more...! For what? Nobody ever knows, save your money and go somewhere else, ANYWHERE else. Will advise everyone I know never to go here.


Reviewed: 7/12/2018

Degree: Psychology

Sorry for the length of this. I am newly enrolled at Ashworth College, and I just passed my first class. I am a transfer student with half a bachelor's-worth of credits from regionally accredited schools. I am writing this solely to offer some advice when considering enrollment: Credits and degrees from DEAC accredited schools are accepted by many colleges and employers, and not accepted by others. I have done extensive job searching on job search engines as well as looked at a large number of colleges... Read More


Reviewed: 7/1/2018

Degree: Psychology

I graduated with an associate's degree in Early Childhood Education and now I'm working on my bachelor's in Psychology. The degree helped me get a pay raise. Online classes are easier for me with a full time job. My only complaint is that the staff is a bit unorganized when it comes to communication.

Mrs 504

Reviewed: 9/1/2017

Degree: Psychology

If you are already in a field or aiming towards one as you are working full-time this will be for you. Obviously, many are going to argue to not do it because it is not regionally accredited. I must say none of my employers were concerned or questioned me regarding my degree. You will thrive if you are serious and positive. You must, however, understand that you have to study. This school offers books, testing, paperwork submission and best is you can do it at your own pace. We are not all made to... Read More


Reviewed: 6/3/2017

Degree: Psychology

I am a current student and I am currently waiting for my professor, to grade my last few assignments so I can register for graduation. This has definitely been a waiting process getting this done. I never had this issue until the classes she is grading. The College gives a 10 day waiting period before contacting the professors. Why?!? This is absurd length of time especially when you have already met the deadline requirements and just waiting for grades to come back. Student's that are trying to... Read More

Sierra Alward

Reviewed: 3/21/2017

Degree: Psychology

I have read some pretty bad reviews on here and I feel that people are entirely misinformed about nationally(NA) and regionally accredited(RA) schools and transferring credits. Colleges/University's do not have a "one size fits all" rule that applies to every single person. It is a "general" saying that NA credits won't transfer to RA schools, this is not a lie, however, it is entirely based on a case by case basis. I have my Associate degree from a NA college and I went on to get my bachelors from... Read More

Sarah 0921

Reviewed: 2/20/2017

Degree: Psychology

I attended Ashworth College for my BS in Psychology. I wanted to become a Case Manager of some sort, at the time I had no idea what I wanted to do for my career. I finish my BS paying a little over $11,000 because of my extensions for work. I now work at Treatment Center (Substance Abuse) and I'm very please with my pay rate above $18 hr for two years now. I could not have achieved my career without my BS from Ashworth College.


Reviewed: 8/9/2016

Degree: Psychology

I would recommend to everyone to enroll with Ashworth. I discovered that prestigious college such as SUNY ESC was very bad college for me and Ashworth much better, so I transfererd my credits to Ashworth. Teleconferencing, tutoring, assistance, were very educative and everything is very good organized. In addition, I had the experience with Penn Foster as well and it's not better than Ashworth. Penn has very strict English instructors, and SUNY is the opposite- you pass courses very easily and therefore... Read More


Reviewed: 11/29/2015

Degree: Psychology

Ashworth College is great! I had no problem when looking for a jobs and it actually help me, I had a job interview actually say that before I was hired. I learned a lot about running my businesses and I am still very successful in my businesses and a lot of it is due to me learning a broader understanding of business that was from Ashworth College. I would recommend this college and I do. Just keep on course and if you have any questions, make sure to call them. I had no problems with this college... Read More


Reviewed: 12/31/2014

Degree: Psychology

The courses are ridiculously hard due in part that the content does not make any damn sense. From every logical reasoning level. What you think could never be the answer actually is. If you fail something you really are not properly informed you will sit wondering why your cousre did not change when it was something in the wings you did not know you have to repeat. They send you to collections in a heartbeat and exaggerate the prices if you open one course and is unfinished you owe for the whole... Read More


Reviewed: 12/21/2014

Degree: Psychology

During my initial conversation with the woman at Ashworth Collage should have been a red flag. I was excited about going back to school, and recently widowed with an eleven-year old son, left me vulnerable and naive. She seemed skillfully trained in persuasion, dodging questions, and stretching the truth. 1. She assured me the credits I earned from a community college would transfer, never happened. 2. Assured me the credits from Ashworth would transfer to most reputable colleges and universities,... Read More


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