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WKU Now Offers Car Share Program

WKU has partnered with Enterprise CarShare to bring the campus community a convenient, cost-effective, and beneficial car sharing program.  With Enterprise CarShare, students, faculty, and staff are able to rent a car by the hour, day, or overnight. 

Who is Eligible?

  • Students (ages 18 and up)
  • Faculty and Staff (for personal use)
  • International driver's licenses accepted

How Do I Get Started?

  1. Simply visit WKU's dedicated Enterprise CarShare website (www.enterprisecarshare.com/wku). 
  2. Complete the Membership Application Form.   You will need your driver's license information and a MasterCard/Visa credit or debit card (in your name) to complete the application. 
  3. Once your membership is approved, you will receive an email confirmation. 
  4. A Membership Kit with your membership card and a welcome brochure will be mailed to you.
  5. Your Member ID number will be on your welcome brochure. 
  6. Use your Member ID number to book a reservation.
  7. Enterprise CarShare vehicles are located in Barnes Lot on WKU's main campus.
  8. Enjoy the Drive!

For more detailed information on car sharing, click HERE to view the WKU News press release. 

Get Started Now!! Click Here to Visit Enterprise's CarShare Website

 

 
 

 

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