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Construction Projects to Begin May 14th (click here for more)

The following construction projects will begin May 14, 2012:

  • South Lawn lot is closed due to DUC Renovation.
  • High Voltage Project on the south end of campus.
  • Due to construction and limited ADA access near Garrett Conference Center (GCC), an additional metered space in front of GCC has been created.  In addition, a university service vehicle space has been added for loading and unloading in front of GCC.  These changes are anticipated to be in effect until the first of August.

For a map of the scheduled construction projects, click HERE.   

Please contact Parking and Transportation Services at 270-745-2361 or transportation@wku.edu with questions. 

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