Classes beginning at 4pm today on the WKU Bowling Green campus are canceled. ALL Thursday and Friday classes on all campuses are also canceled. Online classes will proceed as scheduled. WKU offices will be closed on Thursday, with essential personnel reporting.
WKU Owensboro closed at noon today (Wed., 3/4).
WKU Glasgow evening classes that begin at 5 pm today will be canceled and the WKU Glasgow campus will close at 7 pm.
WKU Elizabethtown-Fort Knox campus will close today at 3 pm and will remain closed Thurs., Fri, and Sat., March 5-7.
Should inclement weather make travel hazardous, residence halls will remain open until Saturday. Follow WKU Housing & Residence Life for updates.
The high school regional basketball tournament games scheduled for tonight have been canceled. Games will be rescheduled for Friday/Saturday. Follow WKU News for the latest updates. #WKUAlert
The mission of the Well U program is to unify student health promotion efforts at
WKU, and to foster collaborative efforts within and between WKU divisions that promote
healthy lifestyle behaviors among WKU students. This will be accomplished with mutual
cross promotion of health related programs and services through a comprehensive student
health promotion web calendar.
The Passport to Wellness Series is provided to help students gain skills that they
can use to aid them in making healthier choices through monthly programming. The series
consists of eight sessions throughout the school year and demonstrates different aspects
of health through activities, games and speakers.
e-CHUG (also known as eCHECKUP TO GO) is a brief confidential self-assessment tool;
designed to give students personalized feedback about their alcohol use. The assessment
takes about 20-30 minutes to complete and is self-guided.
TopperWell is a group of WKU students who are peer health educators and work together
to promote wellness by increasing awareness of student health issues and encouraging
positive lifestyle choices and decision-making skills through peer education.
Click on the TopperWell image to left for more information.
The WKU Health Services Stall Street Journal is a publication that is placed in bathroom
stalls in all of the residence halls on campus. This journal focuses on health issues
that are relevant to college students, as well as health promotion happenings, social
marketing statistics and more.
Fireside Chat is a nutrition series developed to meet the nutritional needs of students,
sponsored by WKU Health Services, WKU Restaurant & Catering Group, and WellU. Students
gather around the fireplace in the WKU Health Services lobby for a casual discussion
about maintaining nutritious eating habits led by the Registered Dietitian for WKU
Restaurant and Catering while enjoying a healthy snack and cup of hot chocolate. This
series occurs during October through February.