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Four Strategies to Evaluate and Negotiate a Job Offer (November 1st, 2017)

You should feel assured that a potential employer will compensate you fairly for what you bring to an organization, so here are four strategies for building confidence and successfully negotiating salary and benefits.

Dr. Todd Cheever, M.D. to Discuss Opioid Epidemic During Society for Lifelong Learning Event (October 24th, 2017)

Dr. Todd R. Cheever, M.D., will discuss the national opioid epidemic during “An Evening With” on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m.

WKU Professor Anton Recognized for Supporting Continuing Education Through Unique Intergenerational Classroom (October 20th, 2017)

WKU Philosophy Professor Dr. Audrey Anton recieved the Continuing Education Faculty Award at the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) South Region Conference in Richmond, Va.

Transfer Scholarship Application Deadline November 1 For Spring 2018 Admission (October 3rd, 2017)

College students wanting to transfer to WKU may be eligible for up to $4,000 in scholarship assistance.

Why We Love Student Support Services and You Should Too (October 3rd, 2017)

Whether it is emotional, environmental, spiritual, or financial, there are many more areas of wellness than meets the eye. WKU offers a variety of support services and resources to help you stay balanced.

Simple Steps on How to Complete a FAFSA (September 1st, 2017)

Completing an online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be intimidating for a student attempting this for the first time. Here are a few simple steps to help you through the process.

Community members welcome Radcliff students (August 11th, 2017)

Western Kentucky Uni­ver­sity’s Big Red and com­mu­nity leaders greeted students at North Middle School as they walked in Thurs­day for their first day.

10 quick tips on the best study habits and more (August 2nd, 2017)

Being aware of your good study habits and recognizing your weaknesses early on will help you figure out strategies, so you can achieve your academic goals.

Caboni sees national role for WKU (July 13th, 2017)

Caboni, who started the job two weeks ago, is touring the university’s regional campuses this week and started with Elizabethtown. He met with community members at a reception Wednesday hosted by Hardin County Schools. Before the reception, he sat down w

WKU to offer Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at Fort Knox (July 11th, 2017)

WKU will offer its Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at Fort Knox with the first cohort of students scheduled to begin the Ed.D. program in January 2018.

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New Adventure Course Offered at WKU Elizabethtown-Ft. Knox

Through a partnership with Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, WKU will bring the ROTC program to the Hardin County area.

WKU Glasgow Campus to Offer Three New Healthcare Training Programs This Fall

Adult learners in the Glasgow area will have access to three new career training programs in the healthcare field this fall.

WKU Owensboro Hosts ACT Summer Institute This July

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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