June 2015

WGU Washington’s mission puts its students first – expanding access to higher education for mid-career adults and helping them achieve their dreams of a degree and career success. But the impact our university makes on this state goes much deeper than that.

Meet Gladys Campbell. With more than four decades of healthcare industry leadership, Gladys is one of our state’s most talented nurse executives. She’s served as a clinician, researcher, manager and healthcare leader in organizations from Seattle to New York and in Washington, D.C. Honestly, she’s one of the most inspiring

In Washington, the pillars on which our economy is built include science, technology, engineering and math. Those areas, known as STEM fields, are the basis for many, important employers – such as Boeing, Microsoft and the healthcare sector. Despite the significance of STEM fields across the state, we’re falling short

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