Western Kentucky University

Women in Transition (WIT) at South Campus

Women in Transition (WIT)
at South Campus

Click Here for a copy of the WIT Membership Form.

Click Here for a copy of the WIT Brochure.

WIT at South Campus recieves award from the WKU Sisterhood.Jennifer Howard, Megan Thompson, and Kim Cunningham
accepting the award from Kristen Miller and Julie Ransdell.

The WKU Sisterhood, a group of women who generously donated $1000.00 each to fund a worthy cause, awarded Women in Transition a grant of $36,850.

Click here to learn more about the WKU Sisterhood and this gift to WIT.

"Helping Women Expand Their Horizons"

Women in Transition is an organization for non-traditional female students at Western Kentucky University. The goal of WIT is to assist its members in achieving their goal of obtaining a college degree while meeting the demands of work, family and school. Members of WIT provide each other with support and encouragement. WIT also provides a room where members can go to relax, study and enjoy the company of others who are in similar situations. Membership in WIT can lead to friendships that will take you through college and beyond. We hope that you will consider becoming a member of WIT today!

WIT Mission Statement

  1. Women in Transition is a non-profit student organization dedicated to furthering the academic and personal development of non-traditional female students.
  2. The objectives of WIT shall be:
    • To encourage women to pursue a college education.
    • To ease non-traditional women in their adjustment to university life.
    • To overcome personal and institutional obstacles which make it difficult for them to complete their degree program.
    • To strengthen their courage and determination to fulfill their educational goals by putting them in contact with other women who have successfully made the adjustment to student life.
    • To be an advocate for non-traditional women students with the central administration of the university, with various student services throughout the university, and with the faculty.
    • To maintain an atmosphere of hospitality, openness, and collegiality throughout the organization.

WIT Membership

Not sure if you can be a member of WIT?  If you are a woman, and ANY of the following applies to you, then you can be a member of WIT.

  1. Your are over 25 years of age.
  2. You are married.
  3. You have children.
  4. You are returning to school after a break from college.
  5. Your do not fit into the category of a traditional student for other reasons.

WIT Location

The WIT room is located at South Campus in Room 301, behind the WKU Store. This room is equipped with computers (with internet access) and printer access via the computer lab.  We also provide desks, a table and a couch, as well as a microwave, refrigerator, and a coffeemaker. It’s the perfect place to relax between classes, visit with friends, or work on homework.

WIT Honor Code

  1. To enter the room, enter the code on the number pad.
  2. The WIT Room is for members only.
  3. Please clean up after yourself and straighten up the room if it is needed.
  4. Please remove any items from the refrigerator each week. Failure to do so may result in their removal without your permission.
  5. If you are the last one to leave the room, make sure the computers and lights are turned off.

 

Faculty Advisors

 Megan Thompson
C202 South Campus
Phone: 270.780.2587
Email Megan

Jennifer Howard
C211 South Campus
Phone: 270.745.3088
Email Jennifer

 

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 Last Modified 9/17/13