Local residents earn degree from WGU

Posted 7/9/19

Local residents earn degree from WGU

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Local residents earn degree from WGU

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SALT LAKE CITY — The following local residents have earned a degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university held its commencement ceremonies this year to celebrate the graduation of more than 22,000 students from across the country. 

Local graduates include:
• Kathleen Wolfe of Cleveland, who earned her bachelor of science, business - information technology management
• Nicholas Sweet of Cleveland, who earned his bachelor of science, network operations and security
• Jenny Hoffman of Cleveland, who earned her bachelor of arts, science (5-12, Bio)
• Elethia Lawson of Cleveland, who earned her bachelor of science, nursing
• Kelsea Reagan of Cleveland, who earned her bachelor of science, nursing
• Sarah Newby of Harrison, who earned her bachelor of arts, interdisciplinary studies (K-8)
• Rex Swift of Harrison, who earned his bachelor of arts, interdisciplinary studies (k-8)
• Jordan Klein of McDonald, who earned her bachelor of science, nursing
• Rachael Chapman of Ooltewah, who earned her bachelor of science, nursing
• Brittany Huffman of Ooltewah, who earned her bachelor of science, nursing
• Lauren Bell of Ooltewah, who earned her master of science, management and leadership
• Grace Arvey of Ooltewah, who has earned her master of arts, English language learning (PreK-12)
• Cynthia Kiemeyer of Ooltewah, who earned her master of science, nursing - nursing informatics (BSN to MSN)
• Matthew Sadler of Ooltewah, who has earned his bachelor of science, information technology
• David Zamora of Ooltewah, who earned his master of science, nursing - nursing informatics (BSN to MSN)
• Edmundo Delgado of Ooltewah, who earned his master of science, information technology management and

• Scott Vandivier of Ooltewah, who earned his master of science, nursing - education (BSN to MSN).

WGU has recognized 13,244 undergraduate and 8,930 graduate degree recipients, who have completed their degrees in the last six months.
Their areas of study include business, K-12 education, information technology, and health professions, including nursing. The average time to graduation for those earning a bachelor's degree was 2 years, 4 months, while the average time to degree for graduate programs was 1 year, 7 months. 

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