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Undergraduate Degree Programs


Great!  We're glad you wan to enroll in a WKU UNDERGRADUATE degree program through GoArmyEd. 

 

check boxDecide which type of undergraduate program: ONLINE or ONSITE

 

 

ONLINE Degree Programs

 

ONSITE Degree Programs

(Links open in new windowns and several of the links open pages in the WKU Distance Learning website.)
 
(Onsite programs consist primarily of physical classroom courses and some online and/or independent learning courses.)
 

SOC Programs

Other Popular Undergraduate Degree Completion Programs at Fort Knox, Elizabethtown, and Radcliff

Other WKU Blended Degree Programs

 

ONLINE Minors

 

 

ONLINE Certificates

 

 

 

check boxHave any Questions?  Review your individual situation with:

 

 
Online Contact:

Onsite Contact:

Cindy Troutman, Distance Learning Program Specialist
1-888-495-8932
1-888-4WKUWEB
cindy.troutman@wku.edu

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Bea Cobb, Military Programs Counselor
P.O. Box 571, Fort Knox, KY 40121
270-745-2626
bea.cobb@wku.edu

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check boxSend US your transcripts if you have prior college credit hours:

The transcript copy can be unofficial (obtained from the student) for review and planning purposes; however an official transcript (obtained directly from the higher education institution) is required for WKU Admissions.

You can obtain official transcripts for your previous military experience through the JST website.

You need to contact your previous college(s) to obtain an official transcript for your coursework at that school(s).

If you have less than 24 hours of transfer credits, you will need to obtain your High School Transcripts and your ACT or SAT scores. We recommend that you put an unofficial copy of your transcript in your GoArmyEd eFile. High School transcripts can be obtained from the High School.


How to obtain your ACT and/or SAT Scores


For unofficial evaluation of your course status, please mail (postal) or email (scanned copy) your transcripts to Bea Cobb, Military Programs Counselor. (Note that faxing of transcripts is not recommended due to the poor reading quality of the faxed copy.) Bea can also advise you on credit transfers, previous college credit, and credit for military experience.


Bea Cobb
, WKU/Fort Knox
P.O. Box 571, Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121
270-745-2626, bea.cobb@wku.edu

 

check boxAPPLY for Admission:

  • Complete and submit the GoArmyEd Common Application.
  • Review the information contained on the WKU Admissions webpage for prospective Military Students and Veterans
  • Complete the online WKU undergraduate application and submit it with your official transcript and the $40 application fee.
  • Approximately 10-14 days after all required admission documents have been submitted, you should receive a letter from the WKU Admissions Office confirming your acceptance to WKU.
  • NOTE: You are allowed to take up to six credit hours without being officially admitted to WKU; however upon completion, the student should be officially admitted into the university. It is strongly recommended that you meet with Bea Cobb to review your situation prior to enrolling in any WKU courses.

 

 check makrCONTACT BEA before registering for classes:

 


Bea Cobb
, WKU/Fort Knox
P.O. Box 571, Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121
270-745-2626, bea.cobb@wku.edu

 

check boxREGISTER for classes

WKU opens registration for classes much earlier than GoArmyEd. The WKU Academic Calendar gives the opening registration date for each semester or term. Since GoArmyEd only allows students to enroll in courses 8 weeks prior to the start of class, it is possible for some WKU courses to fill up before a GoArmyEd student can enroll. Therefore, we recommend that GoArmyEd students use TopNet to register for their classes as soon as WKU registration opens in order to reserve a spot in the class.


NOTE: You may register for classes both through WKU and the GoArmyEd portal
if you are concerned about getting a seat in a particular class.

 

WKU Registration 

WKU also offers self–paced On Demand courses with a more flexible completion schedule than traditional, semester–based courses. View the list of WKU On Demand courses.

Register for On Demand courses by first signing in to TopNet with your WKU ID number and Pin. Then select Registration from the Student Services tab. Select Register for On Demand. Then follow the on–screen directions provided to make your registration request.

Important Notice for Veterans Receiving VA Benefit:  Students who recieve Veteran Affairs (VA) benefits will need to go through VA Online Orientation one time, after admission and registration, before they can apply for VA benefits.  After they complete the orientation, they need to complete the form Certification Request Form (CRF) every semester as soon after registration as possible in order for processing to be complete by the start of the term.

 

GoArmyEd Registration 

Eight weeks prior to the start of class, go into the GoArmyEd portal to enroll in the course and make payment, if applicable. (Note that courses sometimes have course fees in addition to tuition.)

We don’t list every graduate course we offer on the GoArmyEd website. If you know that WKU is offering a course that you want, but you don’t see it on the GoArmyEd website, contact Bea Cobb (bea.cobb@wku.edu, 270-745-2626) or Tonya Archey (tonya.archey@wku.edu, 270-745-5308). They can add the course using their GoArmyEd administrator accounts.

 

check boxComplete the GoArmyEd Student Agreement:

You must have the GoArmyEd Student Agreement completed by the end of your first semester.  Contact Bea Cobb for assistance:

 


Bea Cobb
, WKU/Fort Knox
P.O. Box 571, Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121
270-745-2626, bea.cobb@wku.edu

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