May 2016

Most students who attend college are young people who don’t have established families or multiple commitments. As a husband, father of two, a paramedic, and solider in the U.S. Army it’s hard to take on another major commitment. My mother-in-law was a WGU Indiana student, and I also found that

My name is Rachel Hendrix and for more than 15 years, I have been an RN with an associate’s degree. I had considered getting a bachelor’s degree in nursing for a long time and I finally came to a point where it became a job requirement. I work, am a

My son has been my biggest inspiration as I study for my teaching degree from WGU Indiana. My name is Sarah Campolongo and I am working toward my Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies (K-8). I am a substitute teacher for our local school district (K-5) in Lawrence, Indiana, and

For almost twenty years, Western Governors University has helped thousands of students around the country achieve their dream of completing a college degree. Each one of our graduates has a unique story that explains their success yet so many stories have common threads that bind them together such as patience,

Nurses are among our busiest graduates. Terry Stigdon has a WGU Indiana MSN, and with that advanced degree, she has just been promoted to a Director at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health in Indianapolis. She is past president of the Indiana Emergency Nurses Association. Terry says she wanted

WGU Indiana is celebrating Nurses Week by highlighting some of our nursing students. Nichole Webb, MSN, RN, CEN, has been an ER nurse for the past 21 years, and currently serves as the clinical educator for the Emergency Department at IU Health in Bloomington. She earned her MSN in nursing

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