Washington’s faculty and staff look forward to seeing over 650 graduates cross the stage on Saturday, May 6 at the KeyArena.

An Open Letter to WGU Washington Students and Alumni

Memory can be a mystifying thing. Why is it that you can’t stop that annoying fragment of a pop song from playing repeatedly in your head, but you have such difficulty remembering important things, like material you studied for an exam? Part of the reason for this is obvious: repetition.

Being the most credentialed or experienced IT professional in the room doesn't mean much if you're lacking these four critical qualities. Professional awareness and personal development matter. The industry of information technology changes on what seems to be a quantum level. To keep pace with the changes, consider incorporating a

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