August 2017

At a time when the nation needs more college graduates, many current and prospective students are starting to question whether getting a degree will be worth the time, money, and for so many, the debt.

Commencement is only two weeks away for our WGU Tennessee Night Owls! We are so proud of all of our graduates for the hours of hard work they’ve put in and their dedication to achieving their dreams. If you’re traveling to Nashville for commencement, here are some helpful hints: Looking

If you’re a nurse or an aspiring nurse, you may have heard of the “80-20 by 2020” initiative. The strong recommendation by the Institute of Medicine that 80 percent of the nursing workforce have a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree (BSN) by 2020 was issued in 2010, and has

According to a recent survey conducted by the Tennessee Department of Education, more than half of Tennessee’s school districts reported that Educator Preparation Programs (EPPs) are not producing enough teachers to meet staffing needs in world languages, math, science, and English as a Second Language (ESL). State data paints a

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