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As a student, you may find a time where you need a little extra help in completing academic work, planning your schedule, connecting with faculty or staff, or planning what happens after graduation. WKU offers a variety of resources to assist in your pursuit of higher education. From tutoring to technology, these resources are designed to support your academic and intellectual engagement and enrich your experience as a student at WKU.
Academic Advisors assist you in course selection and help navigate you through your college years.
See important dates on the university academic calendar.
See a full list of colleges & departments at WKU.
View a list of the bodies who have accredited WKU.
The Student Accessibility Resource Center supports students with disabilities by providing access and opportunity.
ADULT LEARNER SERVICES
See what services are available to adult learners at WKU.
Blackboard provides many types of tools and features for enriching the learning experience.
CAREER & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
The Center for Career & Professional Development will assist you in preparing for the next steps after graduation.
CATALOG - GRADUATE
The Graduate Catalog is the official resource for graduate programs, courses, policies, and services.
CATALOG - UNDERGRADUATE
The Undergraduate Catalog is the official resource for undergraduate programs, minors, courses, and related policies.
The IT Helpdesk can assist in troubleshooting technical problems and help you make the most of technology resources at WKU.
With resources like the WKU Archives, the Cravens Commons, and the Visual & Performing Arts Library, WKU Libraries can assist you in many ways.
MILITARY & VETERAN STUDENT SERVICES
View the resources available to military and veteran students attending WKU.
Sign in to myWKU once and have one click access to TopNet, Blackboard, TopperMail, and more.
Online learning enables students to reach their academic and professional goals with flexibility of time and space.
WKU has four campuses located throughout Kentucky. Learn more about our regional campuses.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Search the complete schedule of classes.
The Office of Scholar Development challenges students to dream big and assists them in making those dreams attainable.
TUTORING & LEARNING RESOURCES
Academic Support is available at no charge to students who need it through the Academic Advising & Retention Center. Some of those services include:
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