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HELP! Ashworth Resources to the Rescue

Written by Autumn Granza on Friday, 24 May 2019. Posted in Why Ashworth

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Being an online learner means you’re independent, but it doesn’t mean you’re alone. Ashworth has various resources to help you stay on course throughout your educational journey. From phone support and tutoring to career guidance, Ashworth has your back every step of the way.

Getting started with Ashworth

You’re ready to start your adventure toward earning your degree. You want an affordable education and the ability to study when and where you want. Let Ashworth be your guide! Start by contacting our Admissions team. Representatives are available to answer your questions about Ashworth programs and can help you enroll today by calling .

If you’re veteran, spouse or service member contact the Military Services department at 1-877-758-7630 to learn more about programs and benefits you may qualify for.

Academic support and tutoring to help you

You’re working through your course material and you get stuck. What do you do? Thankfully, Ashworth’s Education Department has a dynamic team of Academic Advisors and teachers who are ready to help you find solutions to your problems. Academic Advisors offer support relating to your course and tutoring assistance, which is available Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM EDT. To receive tutoring assistance call or submit a ticket via the Support tab on your Student Portal.

Additionally, teachers are available to assist with course-related material through email. You can find contact information for your academic support team in your program or course syllabus.

If you’re in need of account servicing or Student Portal help, our Student Services representatives are available Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM EDT. They’re ready to help you. Call to get assistance.

Resources to help you succeed

While your instructors are more than happy to help you, sometimes doing some research on your own can go a long way. That’s why Ashworth created a Learning Resource Center. This center is your online Library, Writing Lab, and Guidance Center.

  • The LRC Library. If you’re starting a research paper or presentation, be sure to visit the Library. Here, you can find research in program areas such as business, creative, criminal justice, education, healthcare, history, human resources, marketing, technology, or trades. With thousands of publications and journals available, the Library will get you on the right track!
  • Writing Lab. The Writing Lab is here to help you be an overall better writer. The center includes citation guidelines, useful writing style guides, and information on plagiarism.
  • Guidance Center. The Guidance Center offers non-academic resources to students. Here, students can find information on career planning, financial aid and personal finance, test preparation, and learning styles and study skills. The center also offers resources on bullying, sexual assault and harassment, health, wellness and safety, and Title IX Notice of Non-Discrimination.

Start connecting with classmates

While it may feel like you’re alone as an online learner, there are thousand of Ashworth students just like you. You can start networking and making friends on the Student Community. On the Community, you can find motivation, share study tips, connect with classmates, and join in discussions, and more. You can also find classmates in your program and help each other stay on track.

From admission to graduation and beyond

Ashworth wants to see you succeed. That’s why it’s easier than ever for you to have the tools you need for your job hunt and to grow your career. Ashworth EDGE is available to you as soon as you enroll. This online career services toolkit helps you translate your lessons into the career skills that can help you in the future. The toolkit includes a resume builder, mock job applications, an ePortfolio, cover letter tutorials, thank you letter help, and help to create a business plan. You’ll have access to Ashworth EDGE even after you graduate.

Take advantage of the resources available

With countless resources available at your fingertips you can make a positive impact on your education. Asking for help when you need it is one of the most important things you can do as an online learner. Recognize that you’re not alone and there are tools to help you succeed. Wherever you’re at on your academic quest, Ashworth is here to help.

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