Choose a college
From coast to coast, north to south, there are WGU students earning their online degrees in every American state – as well as a few territories and overseas. That’s the beauty of an online university: no boundaries, no geographical limitations, no need to be in a specific place at a specific time.
The latest student population map demonstrates that breadth. Just take Washington and Florida, for example: Two of the top 10 states in terms of total WGU students, at complete opposite ends of the country. No matter what region of the country you’re in, you could very well bump into WGU students any day and every day, without ever knowing it.
But when a student body is spread far and wide, how do WGU students tap into that diverse network of colleagues and make the most of their college experience? Without a campus, where do you gather?
Here are just a few ideas:
What would you do to build a nationwide campus? Leave your ideas in the comments.
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