Campus Safety Report
Tennessee Area Admissions Counselor
F: 270) 745-6133
The number one thing I encourage future students to check out is:
Students should look into all the organizations we have here to get involved. The Baptist Campus Ministry played an integral role in shaping my college career by providing both social and leadership opportunities to grow, and that's just one example of everything WKU has to offer.
What sets WKU apart from the other schools?
The small-town feel of a good sized school is what makes WKU truly unique. The campus has very little traffic flowing through it, and the grounds are remarkably well, so the whole place has this quaint feel to it - something that's hard to describe until you take your first walk up the Hill.
What is your favorite spot on WKU's campus?
My favorite spot on campus is the seventh floor of the Cravens Library - I've studied for more tests than I want to think about, read plenty of good books, and taken quite a few naps, too, all in those big, comfy chairs by the windows that overlook the campus.
What I enjoy the most about working in WKU Admissions:
It's a great feeling to know that I have the opportunity to interact with potential Tennessee Hilltoppers. As a lifelong Nashville resident who came to WKU in 2006, I get to share with students the same excitement, anxiety, and anticipation of going to school in Kentucky that I felt not too long ago.