While students enrolled in brick-and-mortar institutions are hitting their mid-semester stretch, you could be anywhere in your term. But wherever you are in your education at WGU, we want to give you the tools necessary for success. Here are 4 tips that you can implement right now to reach your goal of graduation and enjoy continued success in your professional life.
Theresa Paterra is a recently graduate of WGU’s online Teachers College, having earned her bachelor’s degree in Special Education in January 2013. She is a mother of three daughters living in McKeesport, PA. After staying home to raise her daughters, she has recently realized her lifelong dream of teaching. She works as a paraprofessional in the special education system.
When the cutting-edge business and media publication Fast Company released its list of the world’s 50 most-innovative companies this morning, students and alumni were proud—but not surprised—to find WGU among the ranks.
The 24th commencement ceremony at WGU—coming up this week, February 9, in Atlanta—celebrates, once again, the biggest class in our history: 4,134 graduates from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and overseas military personnel!