August 2016

Night owls, commencement is only a few weeks away! We’re so proud of your hard work and accomplishments. To celebrate, we’ll be profiling some of your fellow graduates in our Commencement Profile Series, which starts next week. Here’s a sneak peek of what some of them had to say: “I’m

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

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