Military Student Services: Serving Those Who Serve
Deanna M. Jenkins | Summer 2014
College can be very confusing. Even finding the right person to talk to can be a challenge. These issues are compounded when a student can't get to campus or is planning to return to school after some time away. Imagine trying to navigate applying for college, signing up for classes and ordering textbooks all while serving your country. <Read More>
Retired Army Student Aspires to Career in Healthcare
Srijita Chattopadhyay | March 2014
"To see life; see the world." The motto of LIFE magazine speaks volumes to the life story of Fred Rowe.
Rowe, 29, is a non-traditional student at WKU completing his undergraduate degree in health care administration. Rowe, however, is more than a non-traditional student ... <Read More>Fred Rowe provides sniper fire during an insurgent complex attack in Baiji, Iraq in 2007. Rowe was wounded twice that day. Photo provided by Fred Rowe.
WKU Named Military Friendly School For Fifth Straight Year
WKU News | September 2013
For the fifth consecutive year, WKU has been named to Military Friendly Schools ® list by Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life.
military friendly logoThe 2014 list honors the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country... <Read More>