WGU Tennessee In the News

WGU Tennessee is just one of many options for adult learners; but as we near the five-year mark, our results paint a good picture.

WGU Tennessee, the online university launched as part of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Drive to 55 effort – has reached 4,000 enrolled students.

Dallas Bay Church preschool teacher Natalie Fiddler got a big surprise Tuesday, Feb. 6, when she learned that she is the winner of a $10,000 scholarship.

A Nashville nurse with an inspiring story was surprised with a $10,000 scholarship.

Lola Heap had a cheering section at her college graduation Aug. 26. Her daughters were cheering her on — one in full graduation regalia, too.

As the cost of college continues to increase, all of us in higher education have an obligation to work toward making it more affordable.

Leaders of two schools renew an agreement at Jackson State Community College that could help many in West Tennessee finish their education.

Jackson State Community College graduates and employees will continue to receive a 5 percent discount on their tuition if they elect to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree at WGU...

After four years in operation, Tennessee's state-backed online university is looking to capitalize on a new scholarship program that is expected to pump thousands of adults into higher...

A teacher at Dogwood Elementary School received a big surprise on Monday—a $10,000 scholarship that will go towards paying for a large part of her master's degree.

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