Allison Barber is chancellor of WGU Indiana.
This past Saturday, 50 feet defined the difference between dreams and deadlines, between yesterday’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities.
The leaders of WGU Indiana are thrilled with the online university's enrollment growth over the past 15 months, saying they hope to enroll another 2,000 students next year, and to make college costs affordable.
The chancellor of WGU Indiana stopped Tuesday in Gary, throwing out the first pitch at the RailCats game as part of a statewide blitz to make people aware of the new online university and increase enrollment.
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