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There are many resources available on and off campus to help you succeed. Links to different areas are listed below to guide you to those resources. Contact us with any questions!
Academic Resources on Campus
- Academic Advising and Retention Center (AARC)
- Best Expectation Programs (BEP)
- The Learning Center (TLC)
- Math Tutoring Lab
- WKU Writing Center
- Alice Rowe Learning Assistance Center at WKU South Campus
- Read/Write Gold Software
After going to the webpage, you will then have to input your NetID and Password.
Once in the site, click on the "University" tab.
Scroll down to "Texthelp Systems Ltd." And he software is there.
Support Resources on Campus
- The Center for Career & Professional Development
- Student Support Services
- Clinical Educational Complex – Kelly Autism Program, Acquired Brain Injury Resources Program, & Family Resource Center
Parking & Transportation
Financial Aid Assistance
- WKU Financial Aid
- Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact their local Vocational Rehabilitation Office for additional financial assistance.
- Students requesting housing accommodations must provide documentation to SARC from a licensed professional which outlines their diagnosis. Documentation must be from the last three years and include specific recommendations for accommodations (i.e. private room, private bathroom, room on lower/first floor). Once the information is received, SARC will notify WKU Housing and Residence Life (HRL) in a timely manner of the request(s). HRL then determines placement based on the student’s accommodation request(s).
- Postsecondary education institution as defined in KRS 164.948 shall provide priority for first-floor housing to any student who informs the institution of a disability, or a sensory, cognitive, or neurological deficit or impairment, or a learning disorder, minimal brain dysfunction, dyslexia, pervasive developmental disorder, autism, or Asperger's syndrome. As used in this section, "disability" has the same meaning as in KRS 344.010. Those students requesting first floor housing need to contact WKU Housing and Residence Life
- Housing and Residence Life
Mental & Physical Well Being
Disability Related Links (External)
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Links (External)
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