WGU In the News
Know your options when it comes to getting a college degree! WGU Chancellor Dr. Angie Besendorfer talks about their process.
In an age when many would-be students are choosing steady employment over earning a degree, it’s vital to have options allowing them to do both.
Governor Nixon mentions WGU Missouri student in his final State of the State address, highlighting her resilience to meet a lifelong goal.
In honor of Thank Your Mentor Day on Jan. 21, I would like to thank my mentor at WGU Missouri, Emory Allen.
WGU Missouri, the state's online university, and Crowder College in Neosho are collaborating to expand the use of an innovative education model called competency-based education.
WGU Missouri has introduced a new scholarship designed to help more women pursue careers in the technology field.
Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) employees are now eligible for a 5 percent discount on tuition under a new partnership between WGU Missouri and the Rolla-based health care facility.
WGU Missouri is offering a new scholarship to help more women get into the technology field.
Student and Graduate Profiles
Meet our students and graduates.
WGU Missouri’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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