by Veronica Vargas Stidvent, Chancellor, WGU Texas I recently had the opportunity to talk with state lawmakers who serve on the powerful House Higher Education Committee , and what I told them should come as no surprise to our WGU Texas Night Owls or those prospective WGU Texas students considering
Ronda was married with a six-month old daughter when her husband was killed in a car accident. The family was in the process of relocating to Houston, and her husband had left to Houston ahead of her when he was killed. In the blink of an eye Ronda’s life plans were disrupted and she found herself stuck in her home town, a single mother with a baby, little work experience, and only had a high school diploma.
Like many active-duty military service members, WGU Texas student Jennee Williams wanted to earn her college degree, but she found her work hours and family commitments made it difficult to achieve her dream. “A lot of the traditional online colleges didn't really work for me. I had certain timelines to
The impact a teacher has on the children and youths whom they teach extends far beyond the classroom. At their best, teachers' lessons will be remembered for a lifetime. Teachers have the huge responsibility of helping to build character, teaching discipline and educating the future leaders of our country. You