By Chris Robinson Would you believe me if I told you that a 71 year-old can find success by accomplishing his bachelor’s degree with an all-online university? Well you can believe it! John Wunderlich, 71, is making WGU Indiana history this year as he walks this Saturday at our 6th
Like many of our students, Meghann had climbed as high as she could in the corporate ladder without a degree. When she decided to go back to school she needed a program that was flexible, accredited, self-paced and affordable. She found her answer in WGU Indiana. To say Meghann was
For Lisa, there was never going to be a “right time” to go back to school – there was only “right now.” “For many years, I attempted to juggle earning my degree while working full time, and inevitably, my career always took precedence over my education,” said Lisa. “In my
Nursing was a second career choice for Teresa who was inspired by the great work done by the doctors, nurses and therapists who cared for her son who was born with special needs. With a bachelor’s degree from Purdue in management, Teresa went to Ivy Tech to earn her ASN.
At 52 years of age, Tim Ehlerding didn’t NEED a degree. “I have a great career with a great organization achieving great things! Why, as a few of my relatives asked, would I spend good money on another piece of paper? The world tells me to take it easy, coast
Meet Brad Spice, the Director of Army Instruction for Indianapolis Public Schools, Army JROTC programs. Brad has dedicated his life to the armed forces. He served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army and then taught Army JROTC in the classroom for 9 years before assuming the Directors position at
Have you noticed our new billboards along the Indiana highways recently? They tout our story of being a different kind of university—opposite of old school; reinvented; fast learners graduate sooner. Instead of Sage the Owl on the advertising, it could have been one of our graduates who personify the message.
Kimberly Carman is currently a Materials Management Coordinator at Community Hospital in Anderson. She graduated from the B.S. in Business Management program with WGU Indiana in March. Unlike most students who are eager to share their goals and objectives with peers, Kim only told her three biggest “cheerleaders” about her
By Chancellor Allison Barber What do 7 and 241 have in common? I am confident that some math wizard can formulate a precise answer to my question. As the Chancellor of WGU Indiana, my answer is probably unique. You see, 5 years ago, I officiated the first commencement for WGU
Meet Jeanette Martin, a master of multitasking. Jeanette’s story is a rather inspiring one, as she has reached many of her life goals despite leading a busier life than the average person. She began her secondary education journey at Ivy Tech in Bloomington, and has since continued on to achieve
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