Faces of WGU


As a Veteran, he loved the affordability and flexibilty of WGU.

She loves the fact that she has an alumni mentor to help after graduation.

He measures his life by the "hearing smiles" he leaves behind.

Her graduation meant fulfilling a lifelong dream and family goal.

She desired to be a successful role model for hearing impaired students.

He needed a flexible solution to fit school into his busy work and family life.

She worked full time, cared for her sick son, and still completed her degree.

He set the bar by being the first one in his family to a degree.

He moved from Africa to America with the dream of a degree.

Roger Osborne's personal Goliath was math. With the help of his mentor, Roger faced his biggest fear.