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College Heights Foundation

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.

More about the history of College Heights

Scholarships

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.

Create a Scholarship

Creating a scholarship fund is a unique and ideal way to forever change lives. By creating a scholarship fund, you are able to honor your legacy or that of a loved one in a very special way.

Apply at TOPDollar

Please visit TOPDollar, the WKU comprehensive scholarship source, to find out more about each of the scholarship funds, the donors who made them possible, and the way for current and potential students to apply for these private scholarship funds.

Contact Us!

For more information, please contact the College Heights Foundation at
(270) 745-4597 or email chf@wku.edu.


Scholarship Celebration "Thank You" Video

Scholarship Celebration Video Video Preview

 

RECENT NEWS

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Toppers Assist Scholarship Fund

Four WKU Basketball alumni made a gift to WKU to establish the Toppers Assist Scholarship Fund to benefit underpriviledged high school students in Warren County. 


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Juan H. D. Dozier II Scholarship

 

 

Juan Dozier (’19, ’20) recently made a gift to WKU to establish the Juan H. D. Dozier II Scholarship in honor of the Black Lives Matter movement. The scholarship will support a diverse WKU freshman or sophomore who is enrolled full time, has been involved in leadership roles in high school or college and aspires to be a leader at WKU.

 

 

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Paul and Dee Ann Hagemeyer Scholarship

 

Dr. Janet Tassell and Brad Tassell have established a scholarship in memory of Dr. Tassell’s parents, Paul and Dee Ann (Oxley) Hagemeyer, to support students from southern Indiana who are pursuing a degree in education.

Cole Mohr, an incoming freshman from Ferdinand, Ind., is the inaugural recipient of the scholarship.

 

 

 

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CHF's New Location

We've Moved! The CHF at WKU has relocated its offices to the Cliff Todd Center at 1703 Chestnut Street. Our mailing address and contact information will remain the same. 

Scholarships

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.

Memorial Funds

Celebrate the life and legacy of those who have passed by reading about our newly created memorial funds, such as the Kathryn D. Steward Memorial Scholarship Fund

Student Stories

Watch Amy Bingham as she explains WKU's scholarship expansion. 


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 Last Modified 7/13/20