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High School Students


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If you are a high school student or a high school graduate looking to attend college, WKU's Regional Campuses can help you get started and help you succeed. We can discuss different pathways to obtaining a bachelor’s degree to save you time and money and make transferring from other institutions seamless. WKU's Regional Campuses are committed to preparing you for the career you want through hands-on learning and real-world experience.

More than 20,000 students grace WKU’s four campus locations in Bowling Green, Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, Glasgow and Owensboro. WKU is home to many highly ranked and nationally-recognized academic programs and award-winning faculty. Courses are offered in a variety of flexible delivery methods to meet student’s needs: face-to-face, interactive video services (IVS), and distance learning such as online and on demand.

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Student Financial Assistance

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

Beginning Freshman Scholarships

Merit-based scholarships are available to incoming undergraduate students based on their academic achievements.

Dual Credit

In high school? Start college early and get a jumpstart on your future.

How can we assist you?

WKU's Regional Campuses can help you reach your goals.

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