WKU Lifelong Learning hosted the 2018 Spring ACT Institute April 2-5, with students from six counties taking advantage of the program.
Western Kentucky University recently participated in a Continuing Education Degree Program (CEDP) Signing Ceremony with the U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention College (USAREC) at Ft. Knox.
This program allows first-year students to earn 6 credit hours, experience campus life, create effective study habits and become acclimated to college before their first college term begins in the fall.
Summer Early Entry (SEE) allows first-time freshman the opportunity to complete developmental courses during the summer, while bridging the gap between high school and university level courses.
WKU Online is partnering with the WKU Counseling and Testing Center (CTC) to produce a series of videos for online learners. The videos will cover topics such as grief, depression, anxiety, and other issues.
The SLL members are enrolling in spring term classes now, and they are filling quickly. Members have already reserved over 400 seats. It’s not too late to register.
The SLL has three Food For Thought events this spring. These are open to the entire community and include interesting presentation and lunch.
On Friday, March 23rd, WKU’s Distance Learning Testing Centers (DLTC) will co-host the 8th Annual Kentucky Association of Testing Administrations at Colleges (KATAC) conference.
Deciding to go to college is a major decision. Some attend college to further their education, advance their career, and/or increase their salary. By following some simple steps, you'll be able to better identify why you want to go to college.
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Through a partnership with Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, WKU will bring the ROTC program to the Hardin County area.
Adult learners in the Glasgow area will have access to three new career training programs in the healthcare field this fall.
College admission is a competitive process, and ACT scores often play a key role in determining if students get accepted into the school of their choice or receive academic scholarships.
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