Unsure about this answer. Sorry.
Coming from the online aspect of Ashford, I don't think there are any. At least none that I have heard of. I think we all are geared to learning, graduating, and landing a position in our perspective fields.
I believe that most of the students that are going to Ashford are parents, and they range in ages from 20-even to 50. Most of them already work or are stay at home parents.
For the online students, one stereotype in particular is that we barely work. That is so not true. We get to work at our own pace but we have deadlines just like everyone else.
Not too familiar with particular stereotypes because I am enrolled in the Bachelors of Arts in Education Studies online program.
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