Why go to college?
- Author: WKU's Regional Campuses
- Author: Friday, April 28th, 2017
The decision to further your education is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in your life. Often the hardest part of the journey is to get started. When you are ready to take the next step, each campus location at WKU offers a supportive team and environment. We’re here to help you achieve your educational and career goals.
So, why do students at WKU’s Regional Campuses decide to go to college? Click here to view the video.
Folk Studies Professor Barry Kaufkins Featured in CCSJ's September Spotlight
Sep 23rd, 2018
Folk Studies professor Barry Kaufkins has been featured in CCSJ’s September spotlight! This write-up details, among other things, his use of service learning in his Folk Studies classes.
View from the Hill: WKU opens center devoted to aging sciences
Sep 21st, 2018
With a dramatic shift in the aging population in the coming decades, the Center for Applied Science in Health and Aging will put WKU students on the front lines of researching ways to deal with aging challenges.
Today@WKU: September 21, 2018
Sep 21st, 2018
Welcome to Today@WKU for September 21, 2018 -- Appointments open for annual WKU vs. MTSU Blood Drive; WKU Forensics Team opens season; Volleyball opens conference play tonight; Football at Ball State Saturday; plus news from Alumni, Admissions and more.
Appointments open for annual WKU vs. MTSU Blood Drive
Sep 20th, 2018
WKUand Middle Tennessee State University will continue their annual blood drive competition this year to collect donations for the American Red Cross. Donors can schedule appointments now for the Oct. 29-31 blood drive at WKU's Preston Center.
Samantha Vaughn Named 2018 Confucius Institute People to People Award Honoree
Sep 19th, 2018
Samantha Vaughn, a senior at The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science and South Oldham High School, has been named a 2018 People to People Award honoree by the Confucius Institute.
WKU's 2018 Parent & Family Weekend Sept. 28-29
Sep 18th, 2018
WKU’s annual Parent & Family Weekend begins on Friday, Sept. 28, and continues with a full day of activities on Saturday, Sept. 29.