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The McDowell News

Randy Hollifield seizes opportunities in journey from student to teacher

Community college instructor has earned two WGU degrees

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Bladen Journal

Bladen C.C., Western Governors University enter agreement

WGU North Carolina will give credit for Bladen Community College students’ coursework.

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Salisbury Post

NC Teacher of the Year a finalist for national honor

Stover has earned two master’s degrees in education, including one from WGU North Carolina.

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Ashe Post & Times

WGU North Carolina signs partnership agreement with Ashe County Schools: TAs will be able to apply for scholarships leading to teacher licensure

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North State Journal

WGU North Carolina announces “Three for Three” scholarships

In honor of its three-year anniversary, the local online university will award nearly full term tuition to ten N.C. residents, aimed at working adults

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WBTV-3

Knox Middle School teacher named Rowan-Salisbury Teacher of the Year

Knox Middle School teacher Sally Schultz is the new 2020-2021 Rowan-Salisbury Teacher of the Year.

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The Sampson Independent

SCS, WGU start scholarship program

Agreement to help TAs earn bachelor’s degree

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The Charlotte Weekly

Agreement gives Central Piedmont grads an easier path to WGU North Carolina

Central Piedmont Community College and WGU North Carolina have agreed to ease the transition for Central Piedmont graduates to pursue bachelor’s degrees offered by WGU

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Spectrum News 1

Universities Expand Non-Tuition Aid Amid Pandemic

A college student on Thursday said without some extra financial help, her degree would have been delayed.

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The Stanly News and Press

Students receive Military Service Scholarships

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