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Martinsville resident John Schevola is going to Disney World. No, Schevola did not win the NFL championship, but he did win a championship of sorts in the technology world.
The state's newest and oldest universities are teaming up. A new partnership between WGU Indiana and Vincennes University will provide opportunities for VU grads and employees.
A study commissioned by WGU Indiana suggests the school's students and graduates will generate $550 million in added income over their working lives.
WGU Indiana's student body may be diverse, but all of our students lead busy lives and share many of the same challenges to earn their degrees. Most of our students work full-time while working on their degrees and balancing families and other life responsibilities. All of our students and graduates have a “story”, so take some time to get to know some of them by clicking on the profiles below.
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