At WGU, we're committed to helping nontraditional students earn their bachelor's and master's degrees so they can advance in their careers. But that's not where our commitment to your career success ends. As any alum can attest, WGU provides a number of career-building resources that you can tap into from

By Elizabeth Sumner WGU Student Success Specialist The processing of information and how well it is accomplished requires you to be very intentional with the way you channel information into your brain. One does not always think in terms of why and how our brain works, but it is vital

By Teresa Ruminski Student Mentor, College of Business At WGU, each student is assigned a personal faculty member to work with them as a mentor throughout their time at WGU. Additionally, each course has its own course mentors, subject-matter experts who are available to help students get through course material.

Over one million working registered nurses working in America do not have their B.S. in Nursing degree . WGU's National Director of Nursing, Dr. Jan Jones-Schenk's article in this month's Journal of Professional Nursing describes how WGU's unique model offers another way to provide academic progression for working nurses to

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