Submitted by Kayla Bitner, WKU Public Affairs:
5 Things You Didn’t Know About WKU
Western Kentucky University was founded in Bowling Green in 1906 and has served as a place for higher learning and personal advancement ever since. In addition to our Bowling Green campus, we are proud to have three conveniently-located regional campuses in Glasgow, Elizabethtown-Fort Knox, and Owensboro. You are likely familiar with our iconic red towel, Cherry Hall, and Big Red (the best mascot ever), but that’s not all we’re known for! Read on to learn five things you didn’t know about WKU.
Our online programs have been ranked among the top in the nation. We have options for bachelor’s, master’s, and certificate programs; hybrid degree programs; and On Demand courses where you can learn at your own pace. WKU students have access to support services designed specifically for online learners. Services range from an online orientation and library tutorial to an online writing center, online tutoring, and career services – all easily accessible and free of charge. Learn more about all of our online degrees.
To learn more things you didn’t know about WKU, visit www.wku.edu.
PMA would like to thank WKU Public Affairs for continuing to be active within this organization and its continued sponsorship of meetings. PMA appreciates the community-driven nature of its members. Listen to the WKU Public Affairs presentation at the June 18, 2019 membership meeting.