WGU In the News
EMT Kyle Wilson found out he is the winner of a $10,000 scholarship.
Kim Slaughter, program mentor for WGU, and her daughter, Chloe Smallwood, who is a grad student at WGU, work from home in Dunlap.
Officer Lance Wright was awarded a $10,000 scholarship to WGU Tennessee.
Balancing a full-time job and pursuing a master’s degree from WGU Tennessee got a little easier for Jackson Police Officer Lance Wright Wednesday morning.
Student and Graduate Profiles
Meet our students and graduates.
WGU Tennessee’s student body may be diverse, but all of our students lead busy lives and share many of the same challenges to earn their degrees. Most of our students work full-time while working on their degrees and balancing families and other life responsibilities. All of our students and graduates have a “story”, so take some time to get to know some of them by clicking on the profiles below.
View Student & Graduate Profiles on our Blog
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Some of the things that happen with WGU Tennessee are not in the news. Check out our blog to find these updates.
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