Archive for the 'Recruiting' Category

A Record Breaking H4

190 honors Freshman, the largest group ever, eagerly awaited a week of team building games and connecting to WKU at Deer Run for H4 2013. Campers were separated into North, South, East and West groups, which competed against one another for the H4 Spirit Stick. This year, South showed the most spirit, earning them the Spirit Stick for the first
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The Honors College community welcomes new admissions counselor

The Honors College at WKU is a gold mine of worthwhile opportunities. Students involved in the program are provided with countless experiences that can further enrich their academic learning and better them as individuals, with Study Abroad and Undergraduate Research always at their fingertips. The limits are endless, it seems, but in order to make those dreams a reality, the
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Students leap into Honors community

Friendship trods out concern during the Honors freshman orientation retreat. Read about one student’s experience with the community bonding experience.

Senior receives funds for trip to Kenya

Justin Pile, a senior in the Honors College at WKU from Coxs Creek, recently received a Foundation for Global Scholars award that will partially fund international experience in Kasigau, Kenya where he and other members of WKU’s “Partners in Caring” program will assist physicians in operating medical clinics for the region’s inhabitants.

The Honors College Graduated its Largest Class to Date in 2011

In the Spring of 2011, the Honors College at WKU graduated its largest class with 99 members receiving their Bachelors degrees. (Read more…)

Honors College Brothers win Coveted Statewide Award

Brothers, Ryan and Scott Vennell win a Kentucky Associated Press competition. (Read more…)

Honors College Alum Receives Princeton in Asia Fellowship

On Saturday, Chris Colonna graduated from WKU as the Ogden Foundation Scholar, the highest academic honor at WKU. Now the Elizabethtown native and John Hardin High School graduate is preparing to spend a year teaching English at Mae Fah Luang University in Chiang Rai, Thailand (Read more…)

Honors in the News: May 6

A weekly roundup of Honors students making the news. (Read more…)

Honors in the News: April 29

A weekly roundup of Honors students making the news. (Read more…)

Honors in the News: April 22

A weekly roundup of Honors students making the news. (Read more…)