Summer Scholars Program
The WKU Summer Scholars Program is a five-week summer transition program for incoming first-year students. Participants will move to campus early, complete six hours of college credit, and receive personalized support that will help ensure their success. This program is required for undergraduate students with an unweighted high school GPA between 2.0 and 2.49.
Move In: July 7th or 8th
Orientation (TOP): July 8th
Classes: July 9th - August 8th
Students will take two classes that count toward graduation. Course selection will be guided by factors such as intended major, test scores, and course capacity.
Students will live on campus in a residence hall with a roommate who is also participating in the Summer Scholars Program. Housing is included in the program cost!
The cost of the program is no more than $750, and the amount may be less for those who qualify for additional federal financial aid through the 2023-24 FAFSA.
Tuition for six credit hours (two courses)
Required course textbooks
On-campus housing in a residence hall (double occupancy)
Ten meals per week
Summer membership to the Preston Health and Activities Center
One-on-one advising and academic support through the Advising and Career Development Center
Social activities/outings for evening and weekend entertainment