July 2015

By Chancellor Angie Besendorfer How do you measure your success? I personally measure my professional success by the success of the people who choose WGU Missouri as a path to their dreams. As a lifetime educator, it has always been about enhancing life chances of my students regardless of their

As a single parent-nurse-college student, Yvette Lomeli is a multi-hyphenate with a lot on her plate. The single mother is raising two teenagers and also works full time as a psych nurse at Truman Medical Centers Behavioral Health. And, at age 45, Yvette is a WGU Missouri college student. “I

Jessica Maybearry is reaching new heights with her newly earned teaching degree from WGU Missouri. Jessica grew up in West Virginia, but moved to the St. Louis area at age 18. She didn’t go to college after high school, but instead waitressed and worked other odd jobs. She got married,

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