Yes, post high school education whether its a degree or diploma doesn't come with a job. This is true, but the fact that a lot of jobs won't even accept Ashworth, would that not raise a few eyebrows? It does mine
Also if you google Ashworth College, you will find that they had gotten in trouble last year about misleading students about job placement and credit transfer. (Also its not the only college that has done that)
Also my husband went to this school through the military and due to a grading mistake they about screwed him out of the military paying him for going to school.
I'm not saying do not come here. I mean if your state accepts National Accreditation, if the job you want has hired people who were educated at Ashworth, and the school you want to transfer to does accept at least some of your Ashworth credits, then by all means go for it. All I'm saying is don't click accept or sign anything before making sure that a degree from Ashworth College WILL get you to where you want to go whether its a job or furthering your education at another school (especially if the school is Regionally Accredited).
Also keep in mind that people are sitting behind those computers that Ashworth operates through and people DO make mistakes. No school is perfect and you cannot come to Ashworth expecting every teeny thing to go smoothly. Or any other school for that matter. Even brick and motor schools.
Also admissions representatives WILL say anything to get you to come to their school. That is what they get paid to do. Yes they should not lie or tell you what you want to hear just so you can come to their school and that is what getting these online schools and for profits in trouble. But that is what they do and its something to keep in mind before making that phone call.
Ashworth College Pros: Doing classes on my time.
Ashworth College Cons: Staff, No instructor, Value of degrees.