The Office of Scholar Development is committed to helping students on all campuses and in all majors and degree programs develop the vision, experience, and skills to be independent, engaged scholars. OSD helps students apply for nationally competitive scholarships and encourages research, creative activities, and engagement outside of the classroom.
OSD is located on the second floor of the Honors College-International Center in room 2039. Please call or email for more information or to schedule an appointment.
1906 College Heights Blvd. #31082
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1082
The Office of Scholar Development challenges students to dream big and assists them in making those dreams attainable. OSD staff members help students apply for nationally competitive scholarships by assisting students in finding opportunities to be engaged in their chosen fields beyond the classroom and aiding them in the process of finding the right programs, making important contacts, developing strong proposals, and revising numerous drafts. The office works with students on all WKU campuses and in all majors and degree programs.
Additionally, we offer support to faculty and staff members in their endeavors to assist individual students and promote research, creative activities, and achievement university-wide. We collaborate with faculty and staff to apply for grants to create opportunities for students, develop workshops related to our mission, and celebrate the successes of WKU students and their faculty advisors.
WKU students and recent alumni earned recognition 74 times and more than $470,000 in 2016-17 alone. Beyond the dollars and cents, national scholarships help students to study abroad, conduct research, complete undergraduate and graduate degrees, and change lives.
5 EPA Greater Research Opportunity Fellowships
|WKU Again Named a Top Producer of Fulbright U.S. Students|
|WKU Named Diversity and Inclusion Champion in International Education|
|WKU Student Awarded Freeman-ASIA Scholarship|
|WKU Students Recognized by Gilman International Scholarship Program|
|Shoaf Receives Rotary Scholarship for Master's Degree Abroad|
|3 WKU Students Selected as Gilman Scholars|
|2 WKU Students Recognized by Freeman-ASIA Program|
|9 WKU Students Honored by Fulbright U.S. Student Program|
|3 WKU Students Received Boren Scholarship|
|16 WKU Students Awarded Lifetime Experience Grants for 2016-17|
|2 WKU Graduates Recognized by James Madison Fellowship Foundation|