Contact Us

For inquiries about your student:
Denise Justice
419.289.5732
djustic2@ashland.edu

For inquiries about our reentry program:
Jarrod Burton
419.207.4990
cep-reentry@ashland.edu

For all other inquiries:
419.207.6922
au-cep@ashland.edu

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Reentry Request Info

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Use the form below to request additional information about Ashland University's Reentry Degree Completion program.

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Contact Us

Contact Us

For inquiries about your student:
Denise Justice
419.289.5732
djustic2@ashland.edu

For inquiries about our reentry program:
Jarrod Burton
419.207.4990
cep-reentry@ashland.edu

For all other inquiries:
419.207.6922
au-cep@ashland.edu

Want more info?

Want more info?

Reentry Request Info

Request Info

Use the form below to request additional information about Ashland University's Reentry Degree Completion program.

(optional) Provide any additional questions or information.

As part of its commitment to assist our correctional students in making a successful reentry back into society, Ashland University has established an online degree option for reentry students, providing those who are Pell Grant eligible an opportunity to complete a degree without financial responsibilities for tuition or fees. Qualified students must apply to the program within one year of their release date.

Highlights of the Online Reentry Program

  • Achieve a fully-accredited associate or bachelor degree by combining of coursework completed both while incarcerated and post-release       
  • Full-time reentry director assists the student with transition to the community 
  • All credits earned inside and outside appear as AU courses on transcript            
  • Students can complete a degree without financial responsibilities for education, provided they remain Pell eligibility

Student Requirements

  • Complete an Ashland University Reentry Program Returning Citizens Exit Interview form
  • Complete proper Financial Aid paperwork to confirm Pell Grant eligibility              
  • Show previous participation in academic programming at an AU Correctional Education Program site or through a partner academic program   
  • Maintain satisfactory academic progress