"I had so many great instructors that provided me with meaningful feedback along the way."
Global Campus Student Success Stories
Career ambition. Family promises. Personal fulfillment. Why do you want your degree? Our student stories are unique and inspiring. They remind us why we keep reaching for a greater goal.
As a working adult and a single father, being able to complete my degree during the time that worked best for me was amazing.
Ashford* is giving me the ability to earn my degree with the type of flexibility that allows me to be able to continue to give my time to others.
My life has absolutely changed since attending Ashford*. It changed how I view struggles I have in my life and taught me to never quit.
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Elizabeth Perdomo: A First-Generation Degree Seeker on a Mission
Look at your goals and look at where you want to be, and if you are unhappy where you are now, look to make a change. When you have these types of opportunities, you need to make the most of them.
Constance Conner: Making a Difference in the Lives of Students
I’m not a math girl, but I had a couple classes that were heavy on math. One class in particular, I had a lot of anxiety about. But I had a really good instructor who worked with me, was really good at answering questions, doing things like extra instructional videos and basically making me feel comfortable in successfully taking that class.
Marilyn Darrabie: Overcoming Tragedy to Pursue Her Dream
Though at times the road may seem dark, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Don’t give up. Chase after your dreams.
Zyna Caron: Overcoming Obstacles and Giving Back to Those in Need
The ultimate goal is about giving back. I want to help open doors for people and put people back on the path of what they really want to be doing.
Michael Turner: A Star Student with a Passion for Helping Others
I hope to inspire an entire generation to get a degree, understand how resourceful online programs can be in a changing world, and create a tie between receiving an education and ultimately ending racism.