Departments & Programs
- Adult Learner Services
- Center for Career & Professional Development
- Counseling & Testing Center
- Housing & Residence Life
- Intercultural Student Engagement Center
- Intramural Recreational Sports
- Military Student Services
- Parent & Family Programs
- WKU Police Department
- Student Accessibility Resource Center
- Student Activities & Organizations
- Student Conduct
- Trio Programs
- University Centers
WKU Center for Career & Professional Development
The Center for Career and Professional Development assists students and alumni in identifying and reaching their career and employment goals, helps employers access an educated and highly trained workforce, and supports faculty and staff in providing opportunities to increase student learning and skill development.
WKU Counseling & Testing Center
The university experience should be challenging, not overwhelming! The WKU Counseling and Testing Center provides a variety of psychological services to students to strengthen students’ capacity to tolerate distress, form healthy relationships, and seek healthy expressions of their ideals and values. The Counseling and Testing Center also provides academic testing, educational programming, training, and consultation to the students, faculty, staff, and constituents of WKU.
WKU Housing & Residence Life
WKU Housing & Residence Life provides the unique opportunity to live in community with people from down the road and across the globe. Gain a new perspective, meet students in other academic and interest areas, and contribute to and learn from the marketplace of ideas at WKU. WKU Housing & Residence Life programs housing, support, and programming for students who live on the Bowling Green campus. WKU Housing & Residence Life also hosts M.A.S.T.E.R. Plan, a five day orientation program for first-year WKU students living on campus, and MPC, the M.A.S.T.E.R. Plan Commuter Program, for first-year commuter students.
WKU Intercultural Student Engagement Center (ISEC)
Where education, students, and culture connect! The Intercultural Student Engagement Center (I.S.E.C.) promotes a culturally inclusive campus environment, cultural awareness and competence, inter-group dialogue, engagement and intercultural interaction, and supports lifelong learning about self and others. The office serves as a hands-on recruitment and retention resource for the many cultural, religious/spiritual, and identity groups reflected within the WKU community. The center provides student support services to foster academic success and sponsors culturally based celebratory events. Staff within I.S.E.C. carry out programmatic initiatives designed to increase the cultural competency of students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, center staff manages respectful spaces for students to learn about themselves and others through meaningful experiences, dialogues, and opportunities for growth.
WKU Intramural & Recreational Sports
The WKU Department of Intramural-Recreational Sports is to provides quality programs, services, and facilities that enhance each individual’s opportunity for leisure, recreation, fitness, and wellness in relation to his or her overall personal development.
WKU Police Department
The WKU Police Department provides excellence in law enforcement to the university community, assisting each person served in finding solutions to their problems, and provides follow-up investigation, including referral to community agencies and other law enforcement authorities in accordance with the needs of each person served. The WKU Police Department creates an environment of caring and support through education and accessibility. Individual training of all law enforcement personnel will be incorporated in daily roll call, and all professional development courses. The department Is responsive to the needs of the university community, sensitive to issues, in modifying and expanding services to meet the needs of the community they serve.
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WKU Student Accessibility Resource Center (SARC)
The Student Accessibility Resource Center coordinates services and accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Our most common activities include reviewing disability documentation, meeting with students to determine appropriate accommodations, and partnering with other areas on campus to implement these accommodations.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.
Office of Student Conduct
In order to foster an environment where student learning and growth can be maximized, the Office of Student Conduct has a responsibility to ensure that disruptions to the University Community are handled in an educational, fair, and timely manner. In an effort to achieve these goals while keeping our community an environment conducive for learning, the office holds students accountable for their behavior who may violate the WKU Student Code of Conduct – in and outside of the classroom – whether on university property or off-campus.
TRIO is a set of federally-funded college opportunity programs that motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their pursuit of a college degree. Over 850,000 low-income, first-generation students and students with disabilities — from sixth grade through college graduation — are served by more than 2,800 programs nationally. TRIO programs provide academic tutoring, personal counseling, mentoring, financial guidance, and other supports necessary for educational access and retention. TRIO programs provide direct support services for students, and relevant training for directors and staff.