I encourage anyone with a desire to become a teacher to learn more about the Transition to Teaching program at Wisconsin Lutheran College. It?ll get you to where you want to be and help you positively make a difference in your classroom and in the world.
“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.
?Ask the Students? is a simple concept that we are bringing to the Adult & Graduate Studies blog and newsletter in an attempt to engage and understand our WLC adult students.
Nikki, enrollment advisor, recently facilitated a resume and interview workshop at a local Milwakee library. While there, she was witness to a heartwarming moment as workshop participants counseled and assisted a young woman seeking her first job opportunity.
In this video, students share the impact of having the understanding and support of their family and friends as they seek to complete their bachelor’s degree.
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.
Graduates of Wisconsin Lutheran College’s accelerated degree completion program reflect on their experience in the program and its impact on their lives.
“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
“Throughout my time in the degree completion program, I have been challenged in my perspectives, in my personal strengths, and even in my weaknesses. I learned to juggle studying and writing papers with naptimes and mothers? groups. The most joyful surprises, however, have been the relationships formed.” – Susan Holdmann