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At age 40, Christine Greiner wanted a career change.
With Washington facing a historic teacher shortage crisis, there’s a new kid on the block when it comes to certifying much-needed educators.
Pursuing higher education has long been promoted and encouraged throughout our military, but with over 11,000 institutions of higher learning to choose from, picking the right one can be a...
An agreement between the state’s community colleges and the nonprofit WGU Washington will help make it easier for students who earned a bachelor’s degree at a two-year school to get a...
WGU Washington awarded nearly 2,600 bachelor’s and master’s degrees to students from throughout the state at its sixth annual commencement ceremony.
Western Governors University is creating an alternative path to a bachelor’s degree that works well for working adults.
Military Advanced Education and Transition named WGU a Top School for the 10th straight year. Victory Media also recognized the online, nonprofit university as a Military Friendly...
WGU Washington's gain is Columbia Basin College's loss. Rich Cummins' leadership and vision have truly changed the face of higher education in our community.
Just 10 days after Jean Floten's retirement from WGU Washington, the university announced Richard Cummins will lead the campus as its new chancellor.
WGU Washington recently announced it has extended the application deadline for its WGU Women in Leadership Scholarship.
Scholarship helps women ready to make a greater impact in the workplace and their communities.
After guiding WGU Washington through nearly six years of record-setting growth and seeing how the university truly impacts people’s lives, Floten is retiring.
After more than 42 years serving Pacific Northwest colleges and universities, some might expect Jean Floten to be ready to sit back and enjoy retirement.
As WGU Washington's Chancellor Jean Floten prepares to retire, we look back on the legacy she leaves behind.
WGU Washington Chancellor Jean Floten, who has led the nonprofit, online university since its launch in May 2011, will retire on Jan. 31, after more than 45 years of distinguished service...
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