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For the fifth year in a row, WGU Washington will not increase tuition or fees. The university plans to hold tuition steady for the next five years.

Funding for the pilot came from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which provided a $1.19-million grant to WGU to help colleges and universities develop competency-based IT programs.

Four years ago Washington state lawmakers established an innovative, online college degree program that is quickly proving to be among the most successful and efficient models ever launched.

In 15 months, Candace Hart earned first a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and her master's degree.

In October, WGU established a formal partnership with the South Whidbey School District. Through the partnership, all district employees are eligible to receive discounted tuition and...

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