WGU Tennessee In the News

The state's online university is rolling out a scholarship to court Tennessee Promise students as they graduate from community college, one of several attempts four-year schools are making...

WGU Tennessee is one of the latest four-year institutions to begin offering new scholarships in light of the statewide Tennessee Promise scholarship program.

Tennessee has become a beacon of hope and a laboratory for new ideas aimed at expanding access to quality, affordable higher education.

On January 10, 2017, Chancellor Estep and Lynn Fant-Burke visited WRCB Chattanooga to discuss the Tenn-K Scholarship program.

Tim Attebery, Holston Valley Medical Center’s president, will offer his expertise in health care and business as a member of the advisory board of Western Governors University Tennessee,...

In his days as a technology executive, Scott Pulsipher felt some frustration with the way higher education providers were — or, in his estimation, weren't — incorporating...

Three years ago, Tennessee welcomed a new online college to the state. The goal was to make it more convenient and more affordable for Tennesseans to return to college and complete their...

As we celebrate our third anniversary, WGU Tennessee has already affected thousands of Tennesseans, particularly in the Knoxville area.

A guest column by WGU Tennessee Chancellor Kimberly K. Estep

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