Technically, no. In season 5 of The Clone Wars, Ahsoka grew to become disillusioned with the Jedi Order after being framed for bombing the Temple on Coruscant. Previous to that, she seen Yoda gave the impression to be rising weary of the Order’s involvement within the struggle, and questioned it herself. However after being framed, imprisoned, placed on army tribunal, and almost executed (Anakin sweeps in with the actual bombing perpetrator on the final second), Ahsoka misplaced virtually all religion within the Jedi. She refused to proceed her coaching, refused to rejoin the Order, and instructed Anakin that her confidence in herself was shaken as a result of the Jedi didn’t consider in her.
She left, however continued tapping into the Power and using it, and was even known as “the Jedi” by Din Djarin in The Mandalorian. She additionally, clearly, was working with Luke Skywalker in some unspecified time in the future, so her relationship with the Jedi is much extra sophisticated than only a easy “is she” or “isn’t she.”
Ahsoka showrunner Dave Filoni has tried to clear up this query previously, telling Vainness Honest:
[Fans] all focus very onerous on the road, “I’m no Jedi,” from Star Wars: Rebels, nevertheless it’s plain that she’s educated by the Jedi. I believe to most observers she may be very Jedi to them. I might argue in some methods—by being so selfless and rejecting quite a lot of paths that will have given her energy—she’s extra Jedi-like than even some characters who declare to be Jedi.