- Diversity and Community Studies
- Honors Academy
- School of Professional Studies
Other Units and Centers
- Adult Learner Services
- ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships
- Center for Gerontology
- Military Student Services
University College (UC) offers flexible programs that respond to individual needs, including those of non-traditional students. University College is a vibrant community of faculty, staff, and students whose academic interests are diverse and relevant to today’s dynamic world.
The University College is committed to integrating disciplines through high quality academic and service programs. The College facilitates collaborative learning and research that address significant world issues and foster adaptability, critical inquiry, creativity, and synthesis. The College promotes social responsibility while expanding collaborative opportunities for all students, faculty, and external constituents.
Helping every student succeed in achieving their educational goals.
Tate Page Hall, 201
1906 College Heights Blvd. # 81086
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1086
Darla Hayden, a student in the Master's in Health Care Administration program, is one of two recipients of the W. Phillip McConnell Scholarship to attend the ACHCA meetings in April 2014. WKU Aging, AARP Kentucky, Barren River Area Development District and the City of Bowling Green are hosting a networking opportunity for organizations and businesses that have undertaken age-friendly initiatives. Center for Gerontology Instructor Dr. Keith Knapp, WKU grad attend National Emerging Leadership Summit
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