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Online, accredited, competency-based Western Governors University. Flexible degree programs delivering superior results w/ less student debt--or none at all!
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Western Governors U. Feb 8
Great local news coverage of Marc's story!
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
In case you're wondering how Brett's onstage selfie turned out.
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Geof Franklin Feb 6
Long nights and hard work, we've earned the rest. Go fellow gradates!! Congratulations!
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Shelby Jackson Feb 6
This is quite possibly the sweetest thing I've ever seen. Both dad and brother graduated! Love them!
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Dr. David Leasure: “I hereby confer upon you the bachelor’s degree you have earned.” Congrats, undergrads. You’re now a !
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Brett juggled live on stage for us, to show just how many balls he had in the air as a…
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Melody Taylor Feb 6
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Dr. David Leasure: “I hereby confer upon you the master’s degree you have earned.” Congrats, graduate degree recipients: You’re a !
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Brett was able to juggle work, family, and school—and to drive the point home, he wows us with some actual juggling!
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
In fact, it was Brett’s wife’s own WGU journey to becoming a teacher that encouraged Brett to enroll.
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
“2 is my favorite number to talk about. It is hard to tell my story without telling my wife’s as well.” – Brett
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
21 is Brett’s next number. “That is how many competency units I averaged per term in my 2½-year journey to this stage today.”
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
“Life has no remote. You must get up and change it.” – Brett
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Next: 13. “That’s how many years my company offered education assistance before I decided to use it.” – Brett
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
First number: 27. “That is how many years it took for me to get my college degree.” Brett started community college in 1988.
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Brett is talking about numbers—specifically, numbers that have significance on his journey to his degree.
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Brett starts off with a selfie—and promise to tag us all (all 7,000-plus in the audience).
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
Our final speaker: Brett Ford, Charlotte, North Carolina, B.S. Information Technology
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Western Governors U. Feb 6
“Now I’m finished and my goal is complete,” teaching STEM to underprivileged kids at her local high school, Adrienne says.
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