Western Kentucky University

Complete Your Degree at WKU

 

 

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Toll Free: 888-4WKUWEB (888-495-8932)

Email: transfernow@wku.edu

 

 

For former MCU students admitted to WKU seeking a Bachelor's Degree, those who completed general education requirements at MCU will be general education certified at WKU.*

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Complete your degree at WKU

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WKU would like to welcome students who attended Mid-Continent University. WKU has campus locations in Bowling Green (main campus), Elizabethtown/Ft Knox, Owensboro and Glasgow.

In addition to face-to-face classes, we offer more than 1,000 online courses each semester. We also offer On-Demand courses through the Independent Learning Office.

We have created a special scholarship program and will waive the application fee for current or former students of MCU who are seeking to complete their Degree.

Graduate students: please contact the Graduate School before submitting your application to receive an application fee waiver code.

Western Kentucky University offers numerous choices for undergraduate and graduate areas of study through majors, minors, associate degree programs, certificate programs, pre-professional study, and areas of concentration within majors. Some of the most popular programs for MCU students are:

This is just a snapshot of the programs offered at WKU. In all there are nearly 80 undergraduate majors and numerous graduate programs from which to choose!

WKU Adult Learner Services also offers a wide variety of assistance to non-traditional students.

Please contact us to learn more and to get started at WKU. We're here to help!

A family health issue kept John Bailey from finishing his degree more than 20 years ago. He's now back in school and hopes furthering his education will create some additional opportunities in his law enforcement career.

 

Carrie Dean opted to go straight to work out of high school and worked her way up to a position with great benefits. But a few years ago, the company outsourced her position and she decided to get a four year college degree.

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