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Community members welcome Radcliff students (August 11th, 2017)

Western Kentucky Uni­ver­sity’s Big Red and com­mu­nity leaders greeted students at North Middle School as they walked in Thurs­day for their first day.

10 quick tips on the best study habits and more (August 2nd, 2017)

Being aware of your good study habits and recognizing your weaknesses early on will help you figure out strategies, so you can achieve your academic goals.

Caboni sees national role for WKU (July 13th, 2017)

Caboni, who started the job two weeks ago, is touring the university’s regional campuses this week and started with Elizabethtown. He met with community members at a reception Wednesday hosted by Hardin County Schools. Before the reception, he sat down w

WKU to offer Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at Fort Knox (July 11th, 2017)

WKU will offer its Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at Fort Knox with the first cohort of students scheduled to begin the Ed.D. program in January 2018.

New Academic Advisor at Fort Knox (July 10th, 2017)

The Regional Chancellor of Western Kentucky University Elizabethtown-Fort Knox (WKU-E), Dr. Evelyn A. Ellis, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Royce Young to the position of academic advisor at Fort Knox.

The ultimate cheat sheet on finding the right college (July 1st, 2017)

Don’t worry; there are a few steps that you can take early in the process to ensure that you’re able to find the right fit.

Benefits and success strategies of learning online (June 6th, 2017)

Benefits to learning online and strategies to help you succeed.

Hardin Memorial Health, WKU partner to create registered nurse career pathway (May 31st, 2017)

Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) and WKU officials announced a new partnership to remove financial barriers for HMH licensed practical nurses (LPNs) who want to advance their education and careers.

WKU to confer degrees and certificates to 2,605 during 181st Commencement May 12-13 (May 1st, 2017)

WKU will confer degrees and certificates to 2,605 spring and summer graduates during its 181st Commencement.

Why go to college? (May 1st, 2017)

The decision to further your education is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in your life. Often the hardest part of the journey is to get started.

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Community members welcome Radcliff students

Western Kentucky Uni­ver­sity’s Big Red and com­mu­nity leaders greeted students at North Middle School as they walked in Thurs­day for their first day.

10 quick tips on the best study habits and more

Being aware of your good study habits and recognizing your weaknesses early on will help you figure out strategies, so you can achieve your academic goals.

Caboni sees national role for WKU

Caboni, who started the job two weeks ago, is touring the university’s regional campuses this week and started with Elizabethtown. He met with community members at a reception Wednesday hosted by Hardin County Schools. Before the reception, he sat down w

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