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How to Pay for College

 

A college education is one of the best investments that you can make, but we understand that paying for college can be a challenge. At WKU Glasgow, there are people and resources to help you achieve your goals. Nearly all students are eligible for some form of financial assistance. In fact, over 90% of the students who applied for financial aid in recent years received an award offer. It’s important to research your options early so you can make smart decisions on how to fund your education and save money.

Our knowledgeable financial aid counselors are available to assist you. They can meet with you one-on-one to discuss your financial needs and expenses, explain aid programs, and explore scholarship opportunities.

Our Team Can Help You

Financial Aid

 Kathy

 

Kathy Fraim

Coordinator III, Educational Opportunity Centers
Email: kathy.fraim@wku.edu
Phone: (270) 861-6901
Office: 112
Holder

 

John Holder

Extended Campus Outreach Counselor
Email: john.holder@wku.edu
Phone: (270) 861-6901
Office: 112

Quick Links

FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students to help pay for a college degree.

Scholarships

Affording your college education may be easier than you think! There are several scholarship options for first-time, transfer, and current students at WKU. The TopDollar Scholarship portal is a convenient one-stop place to apply for many available scholarships. There are several alternative funding sources available as well. If you have questions or need felp, feel free to contact us!

Student Financial Assistance

We are committed to helping students invest in their future. Learn about costs, financial aid programs, and more.

WKU Learn and Earn Scholarship Program

The Learn and Earn program at WKU partners with area companies and businesses to employ both traditional and non-traditional college students thus helping meet their company production goals. In return, those students work for wages and receive college scholarships from their employers as well.

Work Ready Kentucky Program

The Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship helps Kentuckians who have not yet earned an associate's degree reduce the cost of an industry-recognized certificate in specific sectors of the workforce.  For the 2017-2018 academic year, the sectors are healthcare, advanced manufacturing, transportation/logistics, business services/IT, and construction.

How can we assist you?

WKU Glasgow can help you reach your goals.


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 Last Modified 10/25/17