In the aftermath of the Umpqua Community College shooting in Roseburg, Oregon, on October 1, 2015, UCC alum and current WGU student D’Dee Hopkins coordinated and managed a crisis hotline for the local community. D’Dee has worked for Architrave Physician Services since 2014 and was tasked by local physicians to

'Tis the season for family, friends, parties, shopping, decorating, wrapping gifts, finishing up the calendar year at work, taking kids to see the lights and go ice skating and see Santa and ... If you're exhausted just reading all that, you may not have even noticed one critically important task

Whether you’re a diehard gearhead who can’t help but wait in long lines for the next generation of anything, or a baffled human being who feels lost and confused among all the new-fangled doodads everybody’s hyping, you know technology plays an important part in finishing your degree online—and beyond. And

On December 1, 2000, Genevieve Kirch of Roy, Utah, earned her Master of Education in Learning and Technology degree from WGU’s Teachers College, becoming our very first graduate. To commemorate the 15 th anniversary of her graduation, we checked in with Genevieve to see how her career and life have

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