Student contributor: Bryan Billings Whether you are a new student at WGU or a seasoned pro, we can all relate to being the “new kid”. WGU student and IT professional, Bryan Billings, recently shared some sage advice for new students on a Facebook post and we thought we would share

The power and importance of community in education: STEM educator continues to inspire underserved youth; will speak at upcoming lecture series In 2008, Chelsey Roebuck was studying mechanical engineering at Columbia University and ready to enter that high-demand field. But everything changed for him following an eye-opening volunteer trip to

Karen lived among eight brothers and sisters in a home with very little food, water, and no electricity. For the first twenty years of her life, her parents and other adults alike repeatedly told her she would never be someone or accomplish anything substantial. She believed that her circumstances would

WGU Celebrates Constitution Day 2016 with Free Webinars Join us in celebrating the 229th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution! WGU will host a series of free 1-hour webinars and online discussions beginning Wednesday, September 7, through Friday, September 16, 2016 to commemorate the issues and importance of the U.S. Constitution,

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