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By Kimberly Estep Chancellor, WGU Tennessee In the past two weeks, I’ve addressed questions regarding competency-based education and the student support systems at WGU Tennessee. This week, in my third of five entries, I’ll cover financial aid, which is a serious consideration when applying for college or graduate school. At
By Kimberly Estep Chancellor, WGU Tennessee Last week, I wrote a blog entry to answer the question, “What is competency-based education?” This week, in the second of five FAQ blog entries, I want to address the question, “What kind of support does WGU Tennessee provide its students?” At WGU Tennessee,
In 1984, I received a three-year diploma in nursing. Today, at age 50, I’m enrolled in WGU Tennessee’s Master of Nursing (MSN) program . After graduating nearly 30 years ago in Memphis, I worked in a surgical intensive care unit before transferring to a post-anesthesia care unit. The thought of
By Kimberly Estep Chancellor, WGU Tennessee Since beginning my job as WGU Tennessee’s chancellor last month, I’ve been traveling around the state meeting faculty and students. I’ve been so impressed with the dedication of everyone I’ve met, and I’m looking forward to meeting many more people as we continue building
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