June 2016

In 1993, Mary Phillips received a full-tuition scholarship to attend Franklin College to earn her bachelor’s degree. While attending Franklin College, she fell upon hard times. After giving birth to her oldest child, Mary became very ill and could not attend school, resulting in the loss of her scholarship. In

My name is Brandi Zook, and I’m an elementary school teacher, a WGU Indiana Alumni, a mother to my 11 month old son and currently a stay at home mom. Being awarded the Military Spouse Scholarship, by WGU Indiana, while my then active duty husband was deployed, allowed me to

Did you know that over 750,000 Hoosiers have some college experience but no degree? At WGU Indiana, every day we encourage more Hoosiers to complete their education and earn a degree that makes them proud. Therefore, we are honored to participate in the campaign, You Can. Go Back. In February,

I'm Catherine Richmond, veteran, single mother, WGU Indiana MBA student, certified surgical technologist and certified personal trainer. I've worked in a hospital surgery department for almost 20 years. I "scrub in" on surgeries which means that I pass instruments and assist the surgeon. I've also had a personal training business

I’m Rebecca Vinyard — a military wife, a mother, and now thanks to my degree from WGU Indiana, I have fulfilled a lifelong dream of being a teacher. I’ve had that goal since I was seven years old, but knew that going back to college would be tough because of

My name is Ben McVay and I am a mortarman in the Indiana Army National Guard, currently in a drilling status. When I’m not with my unit I like to spend time with my lovely wife and my two, soon to be three, young boys. I chose to attend WGU

My name is Lisa Sleek. My husband is a disabled veteran who has had some health issues over the past few years and so it has fallen upon me to become the “bread winner” of the family. My husband and I have two boys, and with our busy schedules, I

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