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WGU’s mascot is Sage the Night Owl, and he certainly seems to resonate with our student body. After all, while WGU students don’t have to log in to class and can study whenever and wherever they are able, it seems the majority have very busy lives in the daytime and
Here's to 2014—and an exciting 2015 to come!
With the new year upon us, we will undoubtedly come across plenty of advice on "how to set a goal and keep it." We will learn that the key to a goal is to make it SMART—specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound. For example, "I will lose weight" is a great start, but it’s not a SMART goal. To turn it into a SMART goal, focus on "what by when"—say, "I will run 30 minutes every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday." This goal is much more specific, measurable, and attainable.
By Emily Lyman Cohort Facilitator You know that feeling when you just can't master a topic? A little bit of dread, a little bit of frustration and a whole lot of getting stuck. Good news! The mentors here at WGU have built something to get you unstuck. We call them
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