September 2015

As Texans celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, WGU Texas and the Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) are marking the one-year anniversary of a partnership focused on filling the growing need for a well-educated Hispanic workforce in Texas. TAMACC’s relationship with WGU Texas represents the first time

As a featured panelist at the Texas Association of Business Higher Education Conference, WGU Texas Chancellor Veronica Vargas Stidvent recently described the critical need for greater access to affordable, flexible higher education to meet our state’s growing workforce needs. Photo courtesy of Texas Association of Business The Texas Higher Education

“My journey is far from over.” Those are the words spoken by Victor Villegas, of Dallas, during the 2014 WGU Texas Commencement ceremony. Victor earned a Master of Education Learning and Technology degree from WGU Texas, and it was a journey he once thought he could never make. “I look

For Charity Martinez of Georgetown, education is the centerpiece in her family’s life. Charity is working toward her Bachelor of Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8) and while furthering her own education, she is also furthering the education of her four daughters by homeschooling them. Adding to her busy schedule, she also

Recently, the WGU Texas Higher Education Poll measured Texans’ attitudes on a wide range of issues related to higher education. An overwhelming majority—93 percent—still view a postsecondary degree as important to personal economic success, despite their concerns about student debt. Seventy-six percent of Texans say cost is the leading obstacle

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