Ashford is a for-profit graduate school in San Diego, California. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 4,907 graduate students. Of the 9 graduate programs offered at Ashford University, 9 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Ashford University are Business, Teaching, and Healthcare Management. All of the graduate students at Ashford University attend full-time.
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Ashford University Graduate Reviews
I enjoyed completing my bachelor studies with Ashford University online. The downfall with the university is that my advisors kept changing and I will always have to explain my situation all over again to each new appointee I got. In addition, I was not exactly able to avoid the increase in tuition primarily because my initial advisor I started with no longer worked there. Nonetheless, everyone else were very helpful, especially the professors! Loved the school and perhaps after fixing their advisor system and securing funds, I may just return for my masters program!
I take online course from Ashford. I like that they have accelerated courses that allow me to complete a course every month and I am still allowed to obtain a full-job. Ashford University is based out in California, but I am still able to talk to and school rep in a timely manner. Having prior school before shadows, I was able to earn my degree in Elementary Studies in exactly two years. I am pursuing my second bachelors in Early Childhood Administration and will earn that degree in less than two years which is great!
I love attending Ashford University. I am an online student. My major is Family and Community Services. My professors are very friendly, caring, supportive, and knowledgeable about the subject matter. I am learning some new information every week that I can apply at my current job (school teacher ). Also, I am getting prepared for my new career change. I am getting experience with how to communicate more with people in my community, help to increase parental involvement in the learning environment, and how to turn challenging situations into positive ones. Lastly, I would encourage other students to attend Ashford University to further their education.