The most exciting college experiences are the times when you’re challenged to explore the unfamiliar. If you’re unsure about which path to take and haven’t figured it all out, you’re not alone. WKU Glasgow offers a friendly and nurturing environment and ample resources to help you. Since most of the students at WKU Glasgow are the first in their family to attend college, our faculty and staff are committed to connecting you to the resources necessary to help you succeed in the classroom, on the job and in life.
Academic advisors are here to help you navigate your intended academic path while at WKU Glasgow.
By tradition, the commencement ceremony is a formal, dignified event to honor the academic achievement of scholars.
We are committed to making your college education as affordable as we can.
The Graduand Ceremony is a pre-commencement or pre-graduation ceremony for students who have completed one-fourth of their degree at WKU Glasgow. The ceremony honors students for their academic achievement.
WKU's Military Student Services began serving students in 2011 with the mission to provide personalized support for all our military, veterans and dependents.
The Resource Center serves as WKU Glasgow's primary open computing environment. All currently registered Western Kentucky University students are able to utilize the services of the Resource Center.
WKU Glasgow serves as a testing site for proctored testing. More information about scheduling proctored tests can be found in the link above.
The mission of the Center for Career and Professional Development is to assist students and alumni in identifying and reaching their career and employment goals, to help employers access an educated and highly trained workforce, and to support faculty and staff in providing opportunities to increase student learning and skill development.
SARC strives to help students assume responsibility of their own educational experience. We assist students along the way by providing access and opportunity in order for them to reach their full potential.
This video includes the following information: how to access TopperMail; sending an email; and, forwarding Toppermail to a primary email account.
This video includes the following: How to access TopNet; how to accept financial aid; where to find advisor information; how to register for classes; and, how to view your holds.
The WKU Glasgow Library is a general reference library with primary emphasis on undergraduate research needs.
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.
The START Center at WKU Glasgow offers writing assistance and tutoring in math, chemistry, and Spanish. Assistance may also be available for other courses.
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