Teach-out and/or transfer options: 

We recognize the personal and financial investment students have made in their education at Wright Graduate University. To safeguard those investments, we are working diligently to evaluate and identify potential teach-out and transfer partners who would allow Wright Graduate University students to complete their programs at their institutions.

There are two types of teach-outs – internal and external.

Since WGU has announced that it is no longer enrolling new students, it has started the internal teach out process.

An external teach out is an arrangement by which another school (the “receiving school”) would agree to provide students an opportunity to complete the same or very similar program of study as the one offered by Wright Graduate University. In a teach-out, the receiving school agrees to accept Wright Graduate University students’ credits towards the completion of their degree or certificate, even if these credits are slightly different from the courses offered by the receiving school.  The receiving school may also accept courses for transfer with lower grades than their policy might allow. Additionally, to the extent it is feasible; students would be able to complete their program for the cost they were promised on your enrollment agreement.

In a transfer, a student would enroll at another school with or without the intention of completing a same or similar program of study. In this instance the student would be responsible for paying any costs associated with the education or training received at the new school.  However, the new school may evaluate and accept credit hours earned at Wright Graduate University and apply them to the program at the new school. In some cases, the new school may also award credit based on approved testing procedures.

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My transformational leadership studies are empowering me to be a satisfied woman in business, making sure that I’m not backing down when I have a vision, an initiative, something that I feel is important that I’m going for. Because I’m looking out for each person, the whole group is successful and everyone benefits.

Jennifer Masi Master of Arts Graduate, 2018

Wright Graduate University has enhanced my life in ways I never thought possible. The yearning-based learning methodology has allowed me to learn more about myself and how I operate in different environments. I am a mother of two young girls, I work full-time, and I am a business partner. I, regrettably, waited two years before choosing to sign up for the master’s program thinking I needed to change my circumstances to open space for education. Let me ensure you, it will not detract from but only enhance your current life.

Rosenda González Master of Arts Graduate, 2022

What I discovered at Wright Graduate University was a dimension of richness of human interaction which I had never experienced. My relationship with my clients and coworkers became enhanced by what I was learning. I could see people’s strengths and weaknesses more clearly and support them better. I had more grace for my own struggles as I learned more about what made me tick. I have never been more connected to myself and others.

Marilyn Pearson Master of Arts Graduate, 2014

Wright Graduate University is the most unique education I have ever experienced. In my second year of studies, I was single and living by myself; however, I barely felt lonely because I was getting so much connection, support, and nourishment from my Wright Graduate University education. Now, the person who didn’t want to be a coach, who didn’t want to be a leader, wants to be a coach and a leader who can bring what I’ve been learning to people in Japan.

Junki Aoki MA Graduate, EdD Student, Class of 2025

I have been integrating my academic research and personal development directly into my role. I’ve been able to combine my leadership with my coursework by bringing personalized examples into my assignments. Between the WGU faculty and my student cohort, I’ve received critical feedback that I’ve taken directly into my company - positively impacting myself and my team in the process.

Drew Allison Current WGU MBA Student