On March 31, two Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County employees learned they were recipients of WGU Tennessee’s Tenn-K scholarship, which will cover up to 80 percent of their degree costs. The recipients – Nicole Buchanan and Nancy Douglas – were joined by WGU Tennessee’s chancellor, Dr. Kimberly Estep,

Going back to school to continue your education may seem impossible when juggling a career and a family. For Joshua Stewart, he knew that if he wanted to advance into a senior role in his career, he would need to find a flexible program to pursue an MBA. That’s when

As a high school math teacher, Lindsay Davis wanted to show her students that you’re never too old to go back to school. However, in order to meet her educational goals, she needed to find an affordable and flexible program that would allow her to continue to teach while furthering

On Feb. 22, more than 25 WGU Tennessee students, alumni and faculty met with elected officials in Nashville for our second annual “Day at the Capitol” outing. The event is an opportunity for WGU Tennessee to thank legislators for forming the partnership in 2013 that established our online, nonprofit university,

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