July 2017

Since 2013, as part of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative, WGU Tennessee has helped working adults across the state earn quality, affordable bachelor’s and master’s degrees in health care, teaching, information technology, and business.

Since 2013, as part of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative, WGU Tennessee has helped working adults across the state earn quality, affordable bachelor’s and master’s degrees in health care, teaching, information technology, and business. Graduates have received better jobs, higher wages, and more opportunities after completing their degrees. In this series, we catch up with alumni to see how WGU Tennessee has positively impacted their lives and careers.

It’s hard to believe, but WGU Tennessee is celebrating its fourth anniversary this July. Launched as part of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 initiative , we have worked hard over the past four years to expand Tennesseans’ access to quality, affordable higher education. We have a lot to be

WGU Tennessee has been recognized as one of The Tennessean’s Top Workplaces for the fourth consecutive year. The Top Workplaces program recognizes companies based on the results of employee surveys. WGU Tennessee isn’t just a great place to work; it is also growing! When WGU Tennessee was launched in 2013,

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