WGU In the News
A new employer survey from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce shows concerning trends in workforce shortages, tuition reimbursement and response to prescription opiate abuse.
The state is inching toward an ambitious goal that requires convincing more than a quarter of the 750,000 Hoosier adults who dropped out of college before earning degrees to return to school.
WGU Indiana works closely with business and academic leaders to develop course offerings and degrees that address current and future workforce needs for a rapidly changing economy.
Indiana's online, nonprofit university is celebrating its seventh anniversary. WGU Indiana says it has granted degrees to 4,700 graduates since 2010.
Dr. Allison Barber pops by to provide some historical insights into the why and how WGU was formed.
In a recent visit to Bloomington, WGU Chancellor Allison Barber said the university continues to find its market and fill a niche. It targets the 37 million Americans, including 750,000 Hoosiers, who...
The statewide “You Can. Go Back.” effort hit another milestone earlier this month when the 100th student enrolled at WGU Indiana through the CHE initiative.
Chancellor Allison Barber joined WEFM’s Ron Miller as part of WGU Indiana’s partnership with the Gary Railcats minor league baseball team this summer.
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Meet our students and graduates.
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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