September 2013

By Amber Wiltgen WGU graduate (B.S. Accounting) and future student (MBA) When Amber Wiltgen was in her online accounting degree program at WGU, she was able to make excellent use of the online university's competency-based education model to accelerate quickly through her program. After one particularly successful term, Amber's mentor

By Carrie O'Connor Program Mentor, WGU's nursing degree programs At WGU, each student is assigned a personal faculty member to work with them as a mentor throughout their time at WGU. Additionally, each course has its own course instructors, subject-matter experts who are available to help students get through course

For those starting a career in teaching, whether they are fresh out of school or embarking on a new career path, entering the classroom for the first time as the sole educator in charge can be daunting. While student teaching can help one prepare for the experience, without a mentor,

By Bryan Lee Graduate, B.S. in Business Management , WGU I did it. It's time for you to do it, but why do it alone? Yesterday, I received the official "Task Complete" email for my Capstone, and that wraps my bachelor's degree—132 competency units in 23 months! My story is

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