- 4 Year
- ASHLAND, OH
Ashland University Reviews
Rating 3.71 out of 5 791 reviews
My experience at Ashland has been wonderful. Coming from high school to college has been an experience that I thought would be much more difficult than it is. My professors as well as my advisor has worked with me very much so to make sure that I’m picking the correct classes. And that I have been successful in my first year. As I enter until my sophomore year things are moving pretty smoothly. I am actually doing better academically in college than I did in high school.
I have enjoyed Ashland University so far. Everyone is very friendly and willing to help when I have questions.
I enjoyed almost all aspects of Ashland University, as a commuter, the school was very cooperative with making a schedule that worked for me.
I genuinely love attending AU. Everyone, including the professors, is so welcoming and puts emphasis on you as an individual. The professors want to and try to build genuine connections with their students. This being said, each student is assigned to a faculty advisor in their program after their freshman year, which establishes more personal connections. The class sizes are not so small that you feel uncomfortable, but small enough that you don't feel like a number. I wouldn't trade attending Ashland for the world!
Overall from what i’ve seen from the college it is a great environment and I am excited to start my college experience there.
It was really great in the beginning, I felt welcomed and my transition from high school was smooth. However, I feel like my junior year I felt did not go as smooth. But it has not been awful, I still enjoy it there.
I felt very pushed away from my college community and didn’t really enjoy my time there as much as I wanted to, the schools felt too clicky and was just a school only athletes were welcomed at than for a student who wanted to go to Ashland as a academic student.
I enjoyed the people but that was about it. The food isn't very good, the atmosphere of the campus isn't what was expected and bragged about, and the location feels very secluded. The campus is smaller but is still too big for my liking. Many things need to be changed. The food needs to be improved, the way classes are filled needs to be fixed, and the dorm buildings need to be improved. Overall, Ashland just wasn't for me.
A small campus, where you know many classmates. Good professors. Constant improvements on campus. Overall the food could be a bit better.
I never felt as if there was no one who saw me or that I could talk to while attending this school. It always felt like I was an individual that mattered. I would like to see better student work opportunities.
I love the community of Ashland University. I've found my best friends here. The opportunities to get involved are very plentiful. Classes here are personal, and the professors really care about you. They exemplify the Ashland mission statement "accent on the individual" very well.
I’ve always wanted to go to Ashland, and now that I do I love it more than I could ever imagine. The students, staff, and environment is amazing and so friendly!
I am an incoming Freshman and can not wait to be an Eagle! The campus gives me a great sense of security and belonging.
As a current student here at Ashland University, my experience has been amazing! Wonderful atmosphere; the scenery is beautiful, a lot of nice places to hang out with friends or if you want to chill, and great interaction with all the students and teachers! Overall, this is the best decision I've ever made!
Great experience and values. Living and learning on your own is different but with the help the university supplies support you in the best ways
As a current student here at Ashland University, the experience has been amazing! Wonderful interaction with students and professors; great capacity of majors to choose from; the food is amazing, and the diversity is very abundant, and you get to learn about everyone! Ashland University is a great place to visit, or choose as your college!
The professors in the History and Political Science department are excellent. They genuinely care about their students and the materials they teach. They encourage lively discussions and debates on a variety of subjects. Small class sizes allowed for more personal connections with other students and with the professors.
Overall Ashland university is great. The community here is wonderful and caring. The class sizes are very small, so as a student from a rural area it was easier to adjust to. The small classes also give each student a lord personal experience. The professor get to know each student and create a relationship with them. The campus is beautiful and very easily available. Getting from each class is quick and easy there is not a need for a car on campus. Anything you might need is within walking distance.
The people are friendly and the class sizes are very small (usually around 15-20 people) so it's very easy to just talk to people and everything feels more personal. The campus is pretty and there's never been a moment where I've felt unsafe in any way. Also I have yet to have a bad professor. All of the teacher's I've had so far are really good at explaining and are very understanding towards the students.
Great school, teachers, and environment for everyone. With kind teachers excited to teach every day, Ashland University is a place anyone can thrive.