Teachers College

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.

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

“My WGU Indiana degree will allow me to do something I want to do instead of something I have to do.” After 27 years working in human resources at a steel foundry, Gary Schmid is excited about the future. Gary is a WGU Indiana student, studying to become a classroom

Meet Brianna Baker, a 21-year-old manager at Massage Envy Spa. Brianna is a hard-working woman who is dedicated to earning an elementary education degree while continuing to work at her full-time job. While speaking about her passion to teach young children, Brianna says that she wants “to be able to

At WGU Indiana, we have the pleasure of interacting with alumni from all around the state including dedicated teacher, Stephanie Schindler.

From earliest childhood on up, we’ve all had a number of teachers who have made major impressions on us, imparting their wisdom both academically and, often, as ad hoc life coaches.

The Teachers College at Western Governors University, the parent institution of WGU Indiana, has been named one of the best in the nation for teacher-preparation programs. Find out more!

To help current teachers who wish to pursue a master’s degree, WGU Indiana offers Teacher Education Achievement Scholarships valued at up to $2,000. The deadline to apply is June 30, 2013, and information is available online.

Meet Kathy Foust, a guest blogger and a WGU Indiana student earning a B.A. in Special Education. Kathy shares her thoughts regarding her experiences with WGU Indiana and what it’s like to get an online teaching degree in Indiana.

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