WKU welcomes our new international students to the Hill!
WKU's Department of Housing & Residence Life and the Student Life Foundation dedicated the new 1355 Kentucky Street Apartments on Aug. 11. The facility has 32 one-bedroom apartments and 95 two-bedroom apartments and is at maximum capacity with 222 upperclassmen occupants.
WKU President Dr. Gary A. Ransdell greeted new commuter students at the Commuter Student Welcome Program on August 17.
WKU recently became the fourth academic institution worldwide and one of 25 Safe Communities in the U.S. as accredited by the National Safety Council.
WKU welcomed 38 new Chinese teachers now in Kentucky to teach Chinese language in area public schools as part of the WKU Confucius Institute.
The WKU Class of 2018 began moving on to campus August 14 beginning with members of the WKU Honors College. New freshmen will move in throughout the weekend to participate in M.A.S.T.E.R. Plan. Follow #hometothehill and #wku18 to share in the excitement!
Western Leaders from WKU Housing and Residence Life assisted new stuents on move-in day for M.A.S.T.E.R. Plan.
WKU Welcomes the Class of 2018! #wku18
The WKU Class of 2018 celebrated M.A.S.T.E.R. Plan opening convocation on August 17 at Diddle Arena.
Excitement is building on the Hill as the start of the fall semester is just a few days away. Amy Bingham tells us about a large segment of students who will get some special attention in this week's View from the Hill.