Search Programs

The University of Arizona Global Campus Reviews of Bachelor's in Psychology

35 Reviews

Locations:   Chandler (AZ) 

Annual Tuition: $47,685

81% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
74% of students said they would recommend this program to others
Find an Online Degree:

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

View reviews of all degrees >>


Reviewed: 7/11/2022

Degree: Psychology

Often called a “diploma mill”, I can assure you it is not. I have worked harder at UAGC than I did at my Brick and mortar school. If you don’t apply yourself or underperform your grades will show it. As evidenced by the number of current students complaint about grades in the school’s Facebook student and alumni group. I believe the problems stem mainly from the fact that school is very very much for profit. The academic advisors feel more like call center sales agents than actual academic advisors,... Read More

Chris Barnhill

Reviewed: 5/2/2021

Degree: Psychology

They transitioned from Ashford University to The University of Arizona "global campus", and had no idea what they're doing. I had a "hold" and they didn't know why. I ended up failing a course because I couldn't log into my class to submit my final paper which was 30% of my overall grade. A "D" in college is an F so I got to redo my course and pay for it. It's a total sham and student services is no help and has no idea what's going on. If I could go back I'd tell myself this place is not worth it.... Read More


Reviewed: 11/3/2020

Degree: Psychology

The school structure definitely needs some work. I had one of the worst experiences just with registration at this school. I was paired up with an academic advisor who made the process even worst. As a mother of 3 kids I couldn't stay on the phone for hours end to chat about the process when she could of simply had me do the paperwork. She wouldn't move my start date until she talked to me about it even though I went and spoke to her manager on the phone and sent several emails. I didn't feel comforable... Read More

Tamara Pacheco

Reviewed: 12/5/2019

Degree: Psychology

Ashford University was a fantastic school option. As a military member, Ashford University was able to be flexible with my schedule, able to accept my Tuition Assistance, as well as offered military grants and support networks for veterans. They offer accelerated classes, only five weeks long. This made achieving my bachelor's quicker, easier, and overall great experience. The advisors were fantastic and very knowledgeable. I have no complaints about any of the professors. Every professor was knowledgeable... Read More

Alyssa Dipirro

Reviewed: 8/6/2019

Degree: Psychology

The online program with Ashford university is an exceptional program. The school offers a wide range of staff to support you during your academic pursuits as well as tutor services and writing services to help with papers. The portal is simple to use and the classroom setting is just as easy. Some of the teachers are not great with feedback or rapid responding, however the vast majority of my teachers have been exceptional. They worked with me when I was going through personal stuff and was unable... Read More

Tracee Chiodo

Reviewed: 6/14/2019

Degree: Psychology

I had a great experience at Ashford University. I was able to go online which was so helpful. At the time I had a toddler and two teens therefore, being able to attend school online was a life saver. I was a real estate agent and when the market crashed I went back to school. My husband and I lost three homes, so I decided I needed to go back to school in 2009 to get another profession. I received my BA in psychology from Ashford University in 2013. It was a wonderful experience. It helped me to... Read More

Do NOT attend

Reviewed: 10/8/2018

Degree: Psychology

I was enrolled at Ashford about 3 years ago. I enjoyed my experience up until the day I had to have emergency surgery. They decided to drop me from my class and then proceeded to charge me about $2000, to reenroll me in it without my permission. I had a hard time at this point with pain medication and always being tired. I had three kids on top of school and managed to get all b's in my classes up to this point. Now that i am ready to reenter school and have found one that will work for me they have... Read More

Rene Noriega

Reviewed: 8/8/2018

Degree: Psychology

Like every university in the US they are focused on making money. I would like to address the QUALITY of classes and teacher. Very strict on plagiarism, classes are tough and teachers are very demanding. It's a lot of work, requiring you to always work on material, manageable unless you reach the last year, when you are mentally exhausted. teachers are very quick in answering your demands, questions, etc, and the office staff is decently reachable. I am thinking to start my master degree at Ashford.... Read More

Heather H

Reviewed: 5/26/2017

Degree: Psychology

DO NOT GO TO ASHFORD! Not only will you be accepted and start classes but soon after you will be required to prove 19-20 documents proving who you are and then when they dont feel you sent them in on time you will be pulled from any completed classes you may have gotten through, your credits erased and you have to start all over again! This school is a joke! now im stuck in it! I filed my fafsa again this yer and have to go through another 19-20 documents to prove to the college who i am! and now... Read More

Toniqua B. Johnson

Reviewed: 2/26/2017

Degree: Psychology

Ashford University is a great school. I went there for 4 1/2 years and received a dual degree in Psychology and Early childhood development. If I could do it all over again, I would because this was a great achievement for me. I would tell others about this school. Especially if they have a family to take care of. It is perfect, because you can work around your families schedule. Meaning, you can choose day or night to do your homework and even interact with your instructor as well as your classmates.... Read More


Reviewed: 2/16/2017

Degree: Psychology

I absolutely loved going to Ashford! Another military wife introduced me to Ashford. It was by far the best and most adaptive school for military life that I have ever seen. I had moved several times while my husband was active duty and was constantly losing credits that would not transfer to other schools. Ashford accepted ALL of my previous credits. They honored the military sacrifices by giving me all of my books for ALL of my classes for free. Wow, what a tremendous savings that was! My online... Read More


Reviewed: 12/1/2016

Degree: Psychology

I'm almost fifty and I returned to school to receive my bachelor's in psychology with the intention of going to grad school at another university. They don't have a program designed for MFTs. Even though I'm older and have a learning disability (encoding, decoding, memory) I've maintained almost straight A's. The instructors all have PhD.s and most of them are pretty helpful. Bare in mind their help is very limited because they are teaching online and running who knows how many courses at a time.... Read More

S. Surface, LMSW

Reviewed: 11/23/2016

Degree: Psychology

I found the classes challenging, the instructors helpful, and my fellow students engaging. Ashford prepared me to continue on to a State University graduate school, where I became a licensed social worker. I highly recommend Ashford university. .

Idahosa El

Reviewed: 11/23/2016

Degree: Psychology

I would have to say that attending Ashford University was one of the best decisions I could have made for myself. I cant put into words how helpful my instructors were, how much I've learned about my field and just how happy I am to have received my degree.I truly believe that if anybody had an issue with this school it is because they did not apply themselves. Because of Ashford I have my degree, the first in my family!


Reviewed: 11/1/2016

Degree: Psychology

This school is the absolute worst!!! I would never recommend this school to anyone. First I had paperwork that needed to be completed before I could start okay I did it all. It seemed like almost every day my advisor would be calling telling me he didn't receive anything when I would email it directly to him. After 4 or 5 times of this I became extremely frustrated but I still continued against my better judgment. After taking a class for 4 weeks I was told I was dropped from the class because all... Read More

The Graduate

Reviewed: 9/25/2016

Degree: Psychology

I too had doubts about my education until I started attending my graduate level classes. These classes hold a CACREP accreditation. (Look it up.) Missouri requires this level of accreditation for all online schools at this level of education. I am well prepared, and able to obtain great grades at Capella; this is all due to the level of education I received at Ashford. You get back what you put in. True, there is very little hand holding and in reality this type of education in not for everyone.... Read More


Reviewed: 9/14/2016

Degree: Psychology

I enrolled at Ashford in 2012 and I graduated with two bachelor degrees; Psychology and Sociology. The overall experience for me as a student was very rewarding. If I ever needed to talk to any advisors they were there fro me. I liked the idea of doing one class at a time at my own pace however there are deadlines that had to be met. If I were ever to be late with assignments I was contacted my instructor and they were totally understanding of my situation. To learn and obtain a degree you must work... Read More

Angela Bell

Reviewed: 9/13/2016

Degree: Psychology

Ashford is the school that I received my Bachelor's Degree from. Being a single mother of two young children while working a full-time job can be hard to manage. At Ashford University, I succeeded and obtained a Bachelor's Degree using time management skills. I would recommend this Ashford University and the utilization of time management to anyone who wants to balance work, family, and school. Ashford University is a great school.


Reviewed: 9/2/2016

Degree: Psychology

I would not recommend Ash U. 1st I have made mistakes with docs that are my fault. I take response for that. But when I enrolled my  advisor called me daily, he sent me emails, gave advice, and promised he'd always be available. Fast forward to after my probation period and my money was locked in. He disappeared. I emailed him 4 time the past 3 months, I called him 4 times, no returns at all. I asked someone else why and she said I have a new advisor who after 5 months of school never reached out... Read More


Reviewed: 8/4/2016

Degree: Psychology

Ashford provided good assistance when it came to guidance in what I needed to do to finish my degree. The classes are 5 weeks longs which can be high pace. I did not have any trouble getting assistance from my counselor. However you should make yourself aware of the leave policies because to long of an absence can cause you to have to redo the application process.


Start Your Online College Search:

Review schools that align with your career aspirations.