College Heights Foundation
The College Heights Foundation (CHF) provides assistance and encouragement to deserving students enrolled at Western Kentucky University.
CHF has been a Guardian of Trusts since founding in 1923 when a faculty member gave $100 to Dr. Henry Hardin Cherry to assist worthy and deserving students. With support from alumni, corporations, organizations, and other friends our scholarship fund has grown to over $75 million in assets.
The CHF is governed by a Board of Directors made up of twelve prominent business and professional leaders who serve without remuneration. The CHF is a fully-qualified, tax-exempt organization under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The College Heights Foundation is proud to provide scholarship assistance to worthy and deserving students attending Western Kentucky University. The CHF serves as the “Guardian of Trusts” to more than 1,200 different scholarship funds that each tell their own unique story.
Scholarship Celebration "Thank You" Video
Click here to view our 2018 Annual Report and learn more about our accomplishments over the past year, WKU student body demographics, the WKU Opportunity Fund, our new office location in the Cliff Todd Center, and the many ways you can support the College Heights Foundation.
The CEBS International Education Committee has awarded the first Passport to the World Scholarship to Emily Blake Williams, an Elementary Education major from Henderson. For more WKU News click HERE.
The 2019 Scholarship Celebration was held at the Knicely Conference Center on Thursday,
March 28. More than 550 endowed scholarship donors and their student recipients were
able to meet face-to-face.
Proceeds from 2019 Kentucky Derby Mint Julep Cup support John Asher Memorial Scholarship
Woodford Reserve has unveiled the limited-edition 2019 Kentucky Derby $1,000 Mint Julep Cup, and proceeds from this year’s sales will support the John Asher Memorial Scholarship Fund at Western Kentucky University.