WGU Tennessee is a nonprofit, online university created to expand access to higher education for Tennessee residents. Established by the state of Tennessee through a partnership with nationally recognized Western Governors University, WGU Tennessee offers more than 60 accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs in high-demand career fields.
WGU Tennessee employees take a break to celebrate surpassing 4,000 enrolled students. The accomplishment makes WGU Tennessee the fifth-largest private, nonprofit university in the state (based on full-time enrollment).
Governor Haslam serves as the keynote speaker at WGU Tennessee's 2017 commencement ceremony at the Schermehorn Symphony Center in Nashville.
A Nashville nurse is surprised at the end of her shift with a $10,000 scholarship.
WGU Tennessee's chancellor, Dr. Kimberly Estep, presents a photo collage to an employee who wore the university's mascot costume (Sage, the Owl) at the 2017 commencement ceremony.