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Campus and Community Resources


Safe Space


Western Kentucky University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, veteran status, or marital status in admission to career and technical education programs and/or activities, or employment practices in accordance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Revised 1992, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. 

We care

Campus and Community Resources

WKU Police ─ 911 (Emergencies) 270-745-2548-TIPLINE ─ 745- 8773

Bowling Green Police Department ─ 911 (Emergencies)- 270-393-4244 (Non Emergencies)

Owensboro Police Department- 911 (Emergencies)- 270-687-8888 (Non Emergencies)

Glasgow Police Department- 911 (Emergencies)- 270-651-5151 (Non Emergencies)

Elizabethtown Police Department- 911 (Emergencies)- 270-765-4125 (Non Emergencies)

Radcliff Police Department- 911 (Emergencies)- 270- 351-4479 (Non Emergencies)

Fort Knox Police Department- 911 (Emergencies)

A reporting agency; Transportation to the hospital upon request and immediate assistance with securing a safe environment

Counseling and Testing Center ─ 745-3159

Individual counseling; educational programs and support to friends and families of survivors

Sexual Assault Services Coordinator ─ 745-3159

Crisis and Individual counseling; support and assistance and awareness programs

Health Services ─ 745-5641

Physical exams, pregnancy testing and sexually transmitted infections (STI) screenings and educational programs

Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs ─ 745-2791

University reporting office; Assistance with coordination of other resources available

Office of Judicial Affairs – 745-5429

University reporting office; Handles judicial proceedings related to The Student Code of Conduct

The Office of Equal Opportunity-270-745-5121

Office of Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action / University ADA Services (EAU) is to promote, sustain, and advance an environment that supports principles of equity, diversity, inclusion, and community. Diversity, equity, accessibility, and tolerance encompass the core values of the EAU.

Hope Harbor, Inc:  A Sexual Trauma Recovery Center

LOCAL 24 hour Crisis Line:  1-270-846-1100 or 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Business Line:  782-5014

Hotline; Advocacy; counseling and hospital accompaniment

Medical Center ─ 745-1000

Medical exams; Collection of forensic evidence

Greenview Hospital ─ 793-1000

Medical exams; Collection of forensic evidence

Residence Life Staff

A referral office; Guidance and support and educational programs

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 Last Modified 5/25/16