July 2012

Having the right place to study is as important as having good study skills. Your study environment can be a big factor in how successfully you’ll learn and retain information and be able to apply it in your assessments and on the job. At an online university , you often

Submitted by: Rebecca Iglesias ( Bachelor of Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) ) I have only recently started WGU and have been enjoying it. It is very different from attending a traditional university, though, and I like to encourage myself by focusing on all of WGU's positive aspects, such as setting

Submitted by: Sandra Green ( Bachelor of Arts Special Education (K-12) )

Submitted by: Tasha N. Whitt ( Bachelor of Arts Special Education (K-12) ) I came up with the idea because I love snuggling with my pug while studying. He's kept me company. Being a student means choosing to study more than you spend time with your family or friends. It's

Submitted by: Sarah Parrish ( Bachelor of Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) ) One of the things that I find most important about WGU is the ability for students to study, work, and test from anywhere in the country, or even the world. Being a military spouse, we’ve lived in multiple

Submitted by: Sceona Hahn ( Bachelor of Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) ) I made the attachment using Powerpoint. Usually studying is tedious and not very fun, but this memory always sticks out. My best friend and I were studying for our CLC1 exam when her son wanted in on the

Submitted by: Kimberly Grisham ( Bachelor of Arts Special Education (K-12) ) Screen shot of just one of many sweet posts in a Facebook group I created for classmates in early/special education programs to support one another. I love them!

Submitted by: Kimberly Michelle Dollar ( Bachelor of Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) ) Hello! My name is Michelle Dollar and I am in my second term at WGU. I love WGU and everything they stand for, I love the support and guidance I receive from my student mentor as well

Submitted by: Jordan Hipple (Bachelor of Arts Early Childhood Education) It's exactly how I did LET1 when my youngest was still at home. I knew I had to do school while he was asleep.

Submitted by: M Lewis-Czulada ( Bachelor of Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) ) As I finish my online degree at WGU I am working as a summer camp teacher. I am responsible for 16 kids (4-5 year olds) and I have a teenager helper. I enjoy watching her read to the

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