WGU In the News
Chancellor Spencer Stewart, of WGU, shares how adults can earn a degree online.
As Carrie Brown approached The Smith Center’s lectern to address about 100 fellow Western Governors University graduates Saturday, her imminent speech wasn’t the only thing stirring her nerves.
WGU Nevada Chancellor Spencer Stewart was the main sponsor behind the “Buddy Benches” event.
Get excited about STEM--Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Spencer Stewart, chancellor of WGU Nevada, conceptualized the event after hearing about similar ones across the country.
Finishing a college degree is a New Year’s resolution for some, and a lifelong dream for others. Around 400,000 Nevadans have some college, but no degree.
The scholarships, worth up to $2,000 each, will be awarded to up to 100 students enrolling in WGU’s College of Information Technology to help cover the costs of WGU’s affordable tuition of about $6,...
For some, education has many hurdles, two big ones being time and money. WGU Nevada tackles these obstacles as a new type of university for a new you.
Student and Graduate Profiles
Meet our students and graduates.
WGU’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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