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In this interview, Dave Hendricks, an Education without Boundaries course mentor at WGU will share what inspires him to be a valuable part of his students' WGU experience, as well as tips for students studying at online universities . WGU: To start, what is your background? How and when did
WGU continues to get noticed by the national media. This week, WGU was profiled in depth by reporter Alison Damast in BusinessWeek.com. Damast's report highlights military wife, mother, and WGU College of Business grad, Michelle Mills, who spent thousands of dollars and several years struggling to finish her degree as
Earning an online degree means retaining valuable information on a daily basis. You know you have the skill, so wouldn't it be wonderful if your vocabulary could illustrate your academic knowledge? While working through your online university studies, exercise the following tips to improve your vocabulary. The thesaurus is your
In December, we launched our Facebook "Like" sweepstakes on the WGU Facebook page. The sweepstakes has not only boosted our Facebook community, but we’ve also been giving away prizes! So far, we have given away a Kindle, but we have yet to give away an iPad and Mystery Prize (valued
WGU students Casey Jenkins and Stephen Allen were recently chosen to receive the CompTIA Education Foundation’s CompTIA IT Merit Award Scholarship. We asked them to give us some insight into their experience and advice for online learning. This is what Stephen had to say: WGU: What is your background? How
WGU students Casey Jenkins and Stephen Allen were recently chosen to receive the CompTIA Education Foundation’s CompTIA IT Merit Awards Scholarship. We asked them to give us some insight into their experience and advice for online learning. This is what Casey had to say: WGU: What is your background? How
Staying motivated can be a struggle —everyone loses momentum sometimes. What distinguishes highly successful individuals is the ability to keep moving forward and looking for new ways to maintain a high level of motivation. WGU’s commencement speakers always share some motivating stories. Here are a few from our 2011 Winter
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