Life has changed for Shakera Baxter, of Dallas, since she enrolled as a WGU Texas student for the very first time in 2012. As the mother of three children, Shakera wanted to set the example that just because life doesn’t always go as planned that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve

When Victor Perez, of Katy, was growing up he was taught the importance of hard work and dedication. However, higher education was not emphasized in his family. He was the first of eight children to graduate high school and to earn a college degree. “As I got older, I realized

For more than a decade, Jack Neal, of Corpus Christi, worked in the information technology (IT) field with some college, but no degree. He started his career as an intern for a local engineering company and was promoted to IT manager in three years—a position he held for 13 more

As a little girl, Vicki Arrington, of Fort Worth, would line up all of her stuffed animals on the bumper of her dad’s car and ask them what they wanted to learn. That love for education and teaching continued for Vicki as she got older. “After I graduated with my

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