The Cornerstone program is part of a retention initiative to help ensure students' success at WKU. It gives students with three developmental courses free access to peer mentors and to South Campus advisors who have been specially trained to work with students to help them transition from high school to college. We encourage the development of good study habits, time management, and the use of important university resources. Active participation in the program will make students eligible for Cornerstone scholarships, which range in value from $250 to $500.
Staff members invite
you in to visit the front office
for any questions and information
you are in search of for
your academic program.
South Campus, Rm C106
2355 Nashville Road, Bowling Green
Contact: Carlous Yates
Director of Cornerstone Programs
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