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WKU Counseling and Testing Center - Here to Help
Here to Help is the on-line mental health information page sponsored by the Counseling & Testing Center at Western Kentucky University. Here you can ask questions about school, relationships, personal issues, or just about life in general. You are welcome to ask a question, or browse previous questions and responses.
Student Resource Portal
Tools for online learners, including Academic Support, Library Research, Success Strategies, and Tech Support! This website is provided by WKU's Division of Extended Learning and Outreach (DELO).
Student Accessibility Resource Center
The purpose of SARC is to coordinate services and accommodations for students with documented disabilities while striving to help students assume responsibility of their own educational experience. In Owensboro, contact email@example.com. To start the registration process, click here.
Daviess County/Owensboro Agencies
Local resources agencies and organizations for counseling, family assistance, shelters and care.
Student Code of Conduct
The Student Code of Conduct educates students about appropriate behavior and fosters a community in which academic success can occur.
Local tutoring is offered for various topics on an as needed basis.
WKU ID Card
Each student at WKU should have an ID card made upon admission. We use the ID’s for security, testing and library purposes.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (270) 684-9797.
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