February 2012

If you are in the WGU online Teachers College , working hard toward getting a degree and becoming a teacher, the light at the end of the tunnel is demonstration teaching. Maybe you can just see it way off in the distance; maybe it’s getting closer and brighter every day.

Hectic. That’s the word Dia Evans, of Wilmington, Delaware, uses to describe her life. She’s a single mom; she’s an employee; and she’s a full-time student seeking her business degree online at WGU. That’s the word Dia Evans, of Wilmington, Delaware, uses to describe her life. She’s a single mom;

Before the end of their commencement ceremony, the graduates of WGU's winter class of 2012 already had their first tentative job offer. "If you're interested in finding out about what HCA has to offer, feel free to email me directly," Steele said. "Just to make sure that I won't lose

As an online university , WGU doesn’t get as many chances to gather with groups of students and grads as often as traditional colleges do—but when we do, it’s an event to remember. One of those opportunities is coming up this weekend as WGU’s Winter 2012 commencement is celebrated in

Nick Lane, a community college grad from Phoenix, Arizona, took more than eight years to earn his associate’s degree, juggling work and family and school at a physical campus. When he completes his bachelor’s degree online later this month, it will have taken him less than a year-and-a-half. Lane is

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