How have online universities changed since WGU launched its innovative model 15 years ago? How does WGU keeps its tuition for online degree programs so low? How does a newly enrolled WGU student prepare for school? Without a campus, can online students still have a “college orientation?” And what about

WGU’s Alumni and Career Services is proud to present a new webinar series called Career Compass that will help orient you to your job search and get you started in the right direction—with confident steps. The WGU Career Compass is a webinar series that covers resume writing, interviewing, and networking.

By Jason Carr You know that you have that paper to write or the next chapter to read, but instead of knocking it out you let it linger for weeks, or even months (YIKES!). As online university students, it is often easy to succumb to distractions that detract from our

March 25–31, 2012, is the 23rd annual Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week. Throughout the week, WGU Connection will post about health informatics and WGU’s online B.S. in Health Informatics students and graduates. For almost 20 years, David Klaversma, of Parker, Colorado, was working for an email service provider, doing systems

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