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More than 90 percent of adult Texans say it is important for the state to fund financial aid for first-time college students from low-income and middle-income families, according to results...

Most Texans believe student loan debt is a major problem and that state government needs to fund financial aid for all college students, according to a new poll released Tuesday.

In higher education, semesters and credit hours are the typical measuring stick. But there’s a different approach that’s attracting more students, more colleges – and more scrutiny.

WGU Texas Chancellor Veronica Stidvent shares tips for adult learners resolving to go back to school in 2016.

Chancellor Veronica Stidvent talks about online degree options as a way to further your education.

Tracy Tanwar, an assistant principal in Dallas, shared her story of triumph and perseverance as a featured graduate during the WGU Texas commencement ceremony in Austin.

WGU Texas Chancellor Veronica Stidvent shares why nontraditional students are the new majority.

WGU Texas Chancellor Veronica Stidvent shares the WGU Texas Higher Education Poll results, plus explains how WGU Texas can help meet the needs of employers in Texas.

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board plan calls for 60 percent of Texans ages 25-34 to have a certificate or degree by 2030.

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