Start Your College Journey
Now enrolling 14-18 year olds with a high school diploma or equivalent for this exclusive opportunity. Monthly start dates beginning March 1, 2023.
Learn How You Want, When You Want
WGU has built a special, accelerated path for students ages 14-18 with a high school diploma or equivalent. Once enrolled at WGU, you will join a community of other teenagers enrolled in select career-aligned, convenient, and cost-effective bachelor's degree programs. After graduating with your bachelor's degree, you will be eligible to go on to a master's degree program at WGU (subject to each programs admissions requirements.)
WGU Offers Teenage Learners and Their Families:
Affordability and Value
WGU tuition is nearly 48% lower than the national average*, while delivering degrees respected and valued by industry. Our tuition structure allows students to take as many courses as they’d like in a term for a flat cost, letting families save even more money.
*Compared to national rates reported by the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data Systems in 2022. WGU average rate does not include rates for WGU Bachelor of Science, Nursing Prelicensure program.
Convenience and Flexibility
Complete your courses on your schedule, not ours. At WGU you study and submit assignments early in the morning, late at night, or anytime in between.
Competency-based learning measures the skills and knowledge that you develop - not the time you spent in class. WGU’s competency-based education approach ensures that you fully understand the material, and allows you to move through your courses and complete your degree faster.
Career-Aligned Degree Programs
WGU degree programs are designed with input from industry experts and help develop the skills that employers desire, and position graduates for a career. WGU alumni work for top companies like Google, Amazon, Johns Hopkins, and Disney.
What Makes WGU Different?
At WGU, you’ll join a community of like-minded, independent, teenage college students. And you’ll have personalized support and guidance as you adjust to and move through your college experience.