June 2015

For 2014 graduate LaChrissney Brookshire, WGU Tennessee has become a family tradition. LaChrissney, 27, heard about the university from her mother, who holds two degrees from WGU, and LaChrissney’s husband will graduate with a B.S. degree in Information Technology this fall. Thanks to her B.S. degree in Business Management from

With WGU Tennessee’s second annual commencement just around the corner (July 11), we’re spending the month of June catching up with last year’s graduates in a series we’re calling “Commencement Catch-Up.” Earning a graduate degree had always been a goal for Scott Balentine. But after the birth of his oldest

With WGU Tennessee’s second annual commencement just around the corner (July 11), we’re spending the month of June catching up with last year’s graduates in a series we’re calling “Commencement Catch-Up.” One year after WGU Tennessee graduate Miranda Good was featured in The Tennessean for walking in the university’s first

To say thanks for all the hard work nurses do, WGU Tennessee has established the WGU Loves Nurses Scholarship for motivated nurses who are ready to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Nursing or Health Care Management. Each scholarship is valued at up to $2,000, and the priority deadline

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