Check this website frequently for official WKU updates concerning COVID-19.
WKU continues to monitor the situation and activate contingency plans to best protect members of the WKU family and the communities in which we live.
The following information is subject to change. Please continue to check this website for the most up-to-date information:
- All in person spring 2020 classes have transitioned to alternative delivery formats. Students needing additional information or clarification can contact the Office of the Provost.
- All in-person events for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester must be postponed, canceled, or virtualized. Degrees will still be conferred in May to students who complete all the required coursework this semester. In-person commencement celebrations will take place at a later date.
Latest Messages from WKU
Internet access available to general public in WKU parking lots
Mar 30th, 2020
WKU Information Technology Services has recently installed Wi-Fi hotspots in two of WKU’s largest parking lots. The hotspots are located in the Park Street and Creason Street...Read More
Message from WKU Board of Regents - Thank You
Mar 27th, 2020
Thank you for your remarkable efforts during the last three weeks to support each other, support our students, and support our University....Read More
Message from The Graduate Dean, Cheryl Davis - COVID-19 Update
Mar 27th, 2020
The Graduate School would like to do all that we can to relieve stress for those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak....Read More
Message from President Caboni - Executive order to close non-life-sustaining bus...
Mar 25th, 2020
Yesterday, Governor Beshear signed an executive order closing all non-life-sustaining businesses to in-person traffic by tomorrow, Thursday, March 26, at 8 pm....Read More
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The WKU COVID-19 Taskforce will continue meeting daily, monitoring the health crisis as it evolves.
We will share updates and any further alterations to campus operations.
WKU will protect the rights of all students and employees. Adverse or hostile actions against any member of our campus community (student, staff, or faculty) based on assumptive risks will not be tolerated.