Our career counselors are setting up shop in the main office of campus and inviting you to come and connect with them to turn those career dreams in to career realities.
Programs and services specifically designed to help adults pursue a college degree.
Local resources agencies and organizations. Additional student resources can be found here.
The purpose of SARC is to coordinate services and accommodations for students with documented disabilities while striving to help students assume responsibility of their own educational experience. In Owensboro, contact email@example.com.
The Student Code of Conduct educates students about appropriate behavior and fosters a community in which academic success can occur.
Multiple student resources for student support such as tutoring, financial success and an online orientation.
The Testing Center at WKU Owensboro allows students to schedule an appointment to take a test. Please call 270-684-9797 for more information.
Local tutoring is offered for various topics on an as needed basis.
The Office of Veterans Affairs at WKU is here to assist you in pursuing your educational goals and assist you in applying for and receiving your VA educational benefits.
Each student at WKU should have an ID card made upon admission. We use the ID’s for security, testing and library purposes.
If you need more information about Student Services on WKU Owensboro's campus, please contact us at 270-684-9797 or OwensboroSS@wku.edu.
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