By Dr. Angie Besendorfer The excitement of commencement is a real joy to me. I think of it as a time we get to celebrate people, hard work and success. For graduates at WGU Missouri, this is often a party that has been a long time coming and brings an

Meet Charles Purdy, a 62-year-old registered nurse working as a contract house supervisor. Charles has a passion for nursing and helping those in need. In 2016, Charles completed his Master's of Science Nursing—Education degree at WGU Missouri. Charles was motivated to attend WGU Missouri because of the competency-based education model

Staff Spotlight: Carmen Johnston Title: Enrollment Counselor Department: Enrollment Hometown: St. Louis How long have you been working at WGU Missouri? 8 months. What did you do before you started at WGU Missouri? I stayed home with my children and homeschooled them while working from home as a freelance transcriber

Arnold Hogue has always kept his word. Years ago, he promised his infant son that he would complete his degree. The St. Louis resident has led a busy life as a husband, father, and Repair Technician for TRES a division of ABB Inc. His daily schedule was always filled and

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