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WKU Regional Campuses
WKU serves more than 3,400 students at three regional campuses in Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, Glasgow and Owensboro. This is approximately 17 percent of WKU’s total enrollment. Two of the principal goals for WKU’s Regional Campuses are to provide access to higher education and to improve the quality of life in the communities that are served.
WKU’s Regional Campuses are an affordable and convenient option with small class sizes, a relaxed campus atmosphere and personal attention from faculty and staff. The regional campuses offer bachelor degrees and graduate programs as well as certificates. Courses are offered in a variety of flexible delivery options: face-to-face, IVS (interactive video services) and distance learning such as on demand and online.
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