WKU serves more than 5,000 students at three regional campuses in Glasgow, Owensboro, and Elizabethtown/Radcliff/Fort Knox. Visit the regional campus websites to learn more.
WKU-Glasgow offers a wide variety of degree programs and certificates to meet the needs of the citizens in Barren County and the surrounding area.
WKU Elizabethtown/Radcliff/Ft. Knox provides on-site bachelor degree completion programs and graduate programs in Hardin County. A large number of degree programs are available entirely online. Some of the more popular bachelor degree programs provided in Hardin County include, Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education, Social Work, and more.
Thanks to the community of Daviess County, WKU-O now has a local campus and an innovative administrative and classroom building. Because of this generous gift, WKU-O continues to grow student enrollment and program offerings.