On March 2, 2012 I was able to do something that will forever be etched in my memory. I was able to walk the halls of WLC after being away for 20 years. When I walked through those doors, I felt like I had come home.
Five tips to help the online student succeed in an e-learning environment.
Brenda Ray, an accelerated degree completion student, shares her experience at Wisconsin Lutheran College. She writes, “My faith is my foundation, and I feel my foundation is strengthened just by being here.”
Wisconsin Lutheran College?s Applied Environmental Science and Ecology course is just completing its first session and students from various parts of the Midwest have been able to accomplish field sampling in their neighborhood streams and compare results.
Since graduating from WLC in 2007, Tim Koepsell has been working one-on-one with students at the ETC Preparatory Academy located on Mercer Island, Washington. Now, Tim is enrolled as an online student within the new Master of Arts in Education program at Wisconsin Lutheran College.
What an awesome opportunity to be able to extend the mission of WLC beyond the brick and mortar of the campus and into the homes, libraries and parks to which our busy adult online students have access.
Q & A with Sarah, a Wisconsin Lutheran College online accelerated degree completion student.
Technology is no longer just the ?new tool? to supplement or enhance the face-to-face experience in learning. In certain programs, it has become the central delivery format for learning, but that does not mean the face of the individual learner has been overlooked or that the focus on quality learning has been reduced.
Dorian Herriges began her college journey at Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC) in 2003. Now, she has returned as an online student within the accelerated degree completion program. Read on as Dorian describes her incredible return to WLC.
Tweet Wisconsin Lutheran College received official notification this week that it has been formally accredited as a master’s degree granting institution by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The college also was accredited to offer both its master’s program and its bachelor’s degree completion program online. The first graduate program to be offered will be a Master of Arts in Education featuring five [ Read More ]