Saylor Academy Corporate Degree Completion:
WILLIAMSON MEDICAL CENTER


Saylor Academy Corporate Degree Completion partners are employers who have recognized the value of Saylor Academy courses and offer their employees Saylor Academy as an education option. More information is available regarding our Corporate Degree Completion program here.

About Williamson Medical Center

Williamson Medical Center is both exactly what you would expect from a regional medical center and a number of things you wouldn’t expect.
Being a cornerstone of the community for nearly 70 years, WMC has always treated patients like family. Many of our staff and physicians live in this community. Some even grew up here. So when you are here, you are never just a number or a chart. You are family.
Whether you need general surgery, hip replacement or a mammogram screening, Williamson Medical Center is here to help.
We have been named among the top 10 percent in the region, the state and the nation for patient safety in overall hospital, medical and surgical care.

Williamson Medical Center Employees

    Saylor Academy’s Degree Completion program

Saylor Academy courses are tuition-free and developed by college professors to provide easy-to-follow learning at your own pace. You can study or “refresh” subjects such as College Algebra, Real World Math (if you need more support), and Biology. Courses feature text, video lectures, and quizzes to check your learning.

Enroll here to get started!

    Saylor Academy is a different learning model, offering the same learning quality of a traditional course:

Saylor courses are available 24/7, in a learn-at-your-own-pace format to allow the learners to plan their studies around work schedules and life demands.
Saylor credit courses are faculty created and reviewed, with quality assurance reviews resulting in sought after college credit recommendations from the American Council on Education (ACE) and/or the National College Credit Recommendation Service.

Saylor courses can be accessed by computer or mobile device.