WGU Tennessee In the News

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

To help busy adults take the leap in 2016, Western Governors University (WGU) – parent university of WGU Tennessee – is offering 100 Back-to-School Scholarships.

In this ongoing series, executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders tell about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. WGU Tennessee Chancellor Kim Estep tells about hers.

Three years ago, on July 9, 2013, WGU Tennessee Chancellor Kim Estep participated in a well-publicized announcement that was both exhilarating and terrifying...

At three years old, the state's online university has found success by focusing its recruiting efforts on a narrow swath of Tennesseans.

Western Governors University Tennessee is a non-profit online university created to expand access to higher education for all Tennessee residents. The university is celebrating its third...

Nearly three years into its existence, WGU Tennessee is narrowing in on 3,000 students.

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