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WGU Texas Chancellor says community colleges will have a key role to play if the state of Texas is to succeed with its ambitious 60x30TX higher education plan.
If Texas plans to have a steady, well-equipped workforce in future decades, then it is the responsibility of its higher education institutions and policy leaders to make obtaining a degree as convenient, accessible and affordable as possible.
When Heather Gilbreath completed her B.S. Nursing degree, she became WGU Texas’ 10,000th conferred degree.
The transfer agreement will streamline the process for Del Mar students to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree at WGU Texas.
One of the best ways to address low incomes and higher unemployment, as we see in the Rio Grande Valley, is through education.
WGU Texas Chancellor Steve Johnson visited the Rio Grande Valley last week to talk with various education leaders in the region about partnerships and pathways to degrees.
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