“WLC helps adults get the education they want at a very affordable price. Nearly all of my credits were accepted and I?m scheduled to graduate within 20 months! I know that no matter what life throws at me, WLC will do whatever they can to help me succeed.? ? LaBella, MATC ?13
?Ask the Students? is a simple concept that we are bringing to the Adult & Graduate Studies blog in an attempt to engage and understand our Wisconsin Lutheran College adult students.
Taking the iPad for Business and Collaboration course opened my eyes to the incredible possibilities of the mobile environment within any business setting.
“The ‘Social Media and Online Marketing’ course helped me develop the necessary skills to improve my company’s social media tactics. I am now the administrator of my company’s social media accounts and campaigns.” – Donald
In this video, Paul Eggers and Nikki Wilson, enrollment advisors at Wisconsin Lutheran College, address the common questions adult students consider when deciding to return to school.
It’s not too late to make a New Year’s resolution to finish your college degree. At WLC, we pledge to stand by your side and support your efforts all the way to the finish line.
“Capstone” is the term used for the culminating experience of a true liberal arts education. In this latest blog post, Dr. Joyce S. Natzke, Dean of Adult & Graduate Studies, describes the intentional emphasis of the term within the final course of the Adult & Graduate Studies programs.
At this time of Thanksgiving, we find ourselves amazed as we look back on what God has accomplished through feeble human efforts in the College of Adult & Graduate Studies (AGS). We specifically acknowledge God’s incredible gifts to AGS during the past two years.
“I?m now a few months into the program, and I?m so happy I decided to return to college. My kids are proud of me, and that?s the best feeling in the world.” – Denise Terrell