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WGU Texas celebrated the graduation of 202 students in May, the largest number of monthly graduates in the school's history.

At a surprise presentation at Athlos Leadership Academy in San Antonio, WGU Texas presented teacher Breanna Longbrake with a $2,000 scholarship, coinciding with Teacher Appreciation Week.

As Texas celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week and the school year winds down, non-profit WGU Texas is offering scholarships to current and aspiring teachers

As National Nurses Week kicks off May 6-12, WGU Texas is showing its love for nurses and encouraging Texans to pursue their dreams of an undergraduate or graduate degree by offering the WGU...

WGUTX grad and Martin’s Mill school teacher Amanda Swasso talks about balancing career, college and family priorities and achieving her dream of earning a college degree.

WGU Texas' new Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance (BSCSIA) degree program will prepare students to use knowledge and experience in risk management and...

Keep an eye on a couple of bills that could affect whether you are able to go to college, or return to the classroom after life got in your way.

Gallup has released the results of a study that compares the satisfaction and overall well-being of Western Governors University (WGU) graduates with graduates from other U.S. institutions.

We can and must do more to make higher education not simply a dream, but a reality for more Texans.

Jumping from the military or intelligence community to private sector cybersecurity firms is a career track everyone knows about but surprisingly few have actually done.

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