May 2016

As we continue to celebrate National Nurses Week and the wonderful work done by the men and women in healthcare professions, WGU Washington is excited to announce a new scholarship to show our appreciation. The university has launched the WGU Loves Nurses Scholarship . So far, Kennewick’s Andra Thompson and

Ashley Galvin - Montesano, Washington B.S. Nursing, working toward M.S. Nursing–Management & Leadership Recipient of WGU Washington Alumni Master’s Scholarship Ashley Galvin graduated with her BSN in 2014. When she saw a Facebook post for the Alumni Master’s Scholarship, she said, “I was like, ‘Perfect!’” Ashley applied for and was

Starting today, May 6, we celebrate National Nurses Week. Nurses play an important role in the medical community – they are on the frontlines in healthcare. While providing expert knowledge and skills, they also form relationships with their patients and give us emotional support in difficult times. National Nurses Week

At WGU Washington, it seems there’s no shortage of reasons to celebrate lately. Among the highlights of the last few weeks were the commencement ceremony at KeyArena, a week dedicated to WGU Washington by Gov. Jay Inslee, and the fifth-anniversary of the day the legislation was signed creating the university.

Right now, more than 1,900 graduates of WGU’s Teachers College live and work in Washington – and more than 2,400 are currently enrolled. That’s an incredible number of Night Owls celebrating with us during Teacher Appreciation Week. We’re proud of all of them and the outstanding work they’re doing to

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