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Shakera Baxter was living in a world of could-have and should-have. As a high school graduate, the future looked bright when she was awarded a scholarship and was on her way to college. But then, an unexpected pregnancy derailed her plans. Shakera dropped out of school and went into the
By Jeremy Mahmood WGU Financial Aid Dashing through the mall, Holiday shopping, here I go! Trying to watch my budget, "Cause I really don't want to owe! Remember: Federal financial aid funds need to last the whole academic year to pay for school-related expenses. Using your student loan money for
As a WGU student or alumnus, you have already decided to give the countless gifts an education provides to yourself and your family. This holiday season, we invite you to share that gift with your friends, coworkers, and loved ones—and in doing so, benefit the American Red Cross. From December
This week, thanks is in the air! Your Facebook feed is likely filled with posts of gratitude and appreciation. You're preparing for time with family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate all you have—and to celebrate each other. At WGU, we celebrate, appreciate, and heartily THANK YOU for the dedication,
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