The WKU Summer Scholars Program is a five-week summer transition program. Students selected for the program will be prepared for their first semester at WKU and get a head start on coursework.
The cost of the program includes:
Residence hall housing for 5 weeks
10 meals a week
Tuition for six credit hours
Required textbooks for courses
Preston Center summer membership
One-on-one advising, student support, and development seminars
Social activities/outings for evening & weekend entertainment
Move In & Topper Orientation Program: Saturday, July 10
Classes Start: Monday, July 12
Program Ends: Thursday, August 12
M.A.S.T.E.R. Plan: Tuesday, August 17
No more than $500 depending on financial aid. Cost of attendance includes the following:
- Housing and meals for 5 weeks
- Tuition for two classes
- Preston Health & Activities Center summer membership
- Networking, tutoring, and mentoring
- Social activities
All Summer Scholars students will take two classes that will count toward Colonnade/General Education requirements. The seletion of classes will be guided by factors such test scores, intended major, and course capacity.
Students participating in Summer Scholar could be eligible for financial aid through the 2020-2021 FAFSA. You can use your 2020-2021 FAFSA without affecting your fall financial aid!