April 2015

By GAHCC President and CEO Mark Madrid The Hispanic population in Texas is the second largest compared to other states in the country and makes up 38 percent of the population in the Lone Star State. In a state that places a significant focus on higher education, there must be

Thirty-three-year-old WGU Texas graduate Yovaletta Sullivan experienced multiple life-changing events in just a few years. Yovaletta was working as a nurse in Houston and wanted a second degree to help her advance in her career. As a wife and a mother of a six-year-old daughter who has special needs, Yovaletta

Preparing tomorrow’s workforce. It is the theme of the WGU Texas 2014 Annual Report , and it is a promise we live by every day. Our promise is to help our students achieve their dreams for a degree and career success by providing a personal, flexible, and affordable education based

Life after graduating from WGU Texas in May 2014 has been filled with new adventures for Austin resident Jennifer Grube. She is settling into a new job as an education specialist for the Texas Real Estate Commission and most recently, Jennifer testified in front of the Texas House of Representatives

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