April 2015

With nearly 1,700 bachelor’s and master’s degree students set to walk as part of our Class of 2015, WGU Washington is declaring 2015 the year of the Mid-Career Graduate. With an average age of 39, our students are motivated, dedicated and completed their course work when and where they wanted

By Jean Floten, Chancellor, WGU Washington And we thought last year’s commencement celebration couldn’t be topped! With nearly 1,700 graduates, the Class of 2015 is the largest graduating class yet for WGU Washington. We couldn’t be more thrilled for this year’s grads. While it is exciting to see the graduate

When it comes right down to it, as chancellor of WGU Washington my primary goal is to support you — our students — and your efforts to move your career and family forward. All of us at WGU Washington want you to have a better educational experience that focuses on

By Chancellor Jean Floten One of my favorite quotations comes from Margaret Meade: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.” Every time I am confronted by a problem with no immediate solution in sight, this

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