Nashville tech support employee puts WGU Tennessee’s practical cost to good use. Adam Stepp, a Rome, Ga., native, knew he wanted to go back to school to earn his undergraduate degree, but rising tuition costs kept him from pursuing his goal. Then he heard about WGU Tennessee. “My wife and

Kimberly K. Estep, Ph.D., is the chancellor of WGU Tennessee and shares her memories and insight from the past 3 formative years at WGU Tennessee. Three years ago yesterday, July 9, 2013, I participated in a well-publicized announcement that was both exhilarating and terrifying. On that day, Gov. Bill Haslam

It’s never too late to earn your college degree. Many people opt not to attend college. For some, college just wasn’t an affordable option at the time. For others, the timing is never quite right. Whatever the reason, it’s never too late to earn a college degree. Take U.S. Army

For Samantha Powell, a mother of two, the desire to earn her MBA without missing out on family time with her children led her to WGU Tennessee in 2015. “I wanted to achieve more and be a role model to my children, as a mother and as a career woman,”

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