Western Kentucky University Reviews
The professor for my major were amazing!! They always knew how to keep people interested! Even my hardest professor still made things fun. The school itself is huge and beautiful. When I was attending there they were starting on some new constructions, so I am more than positive that it has only gotten better.
WKU is a great school for those looking for a quality education at an affordable price. Located in the heart of Bowling Green, KY, you get to experience diversity without sacrificing the small-town atmosphere. I will say that one of the major drawbacks of WKU is parking. It's definitely a first-come, first serve basis. Don't expect to find a parking spot past 9:00 am. Most of the faculty are very knowledgeable in their fields and willing to help with student success.
I spent two years at WKU to complete my Bachelor's Degree. The classes were great! I learned so much in the classes but especially my marketing classes, I learned not only information, but also how to apply it. Upon graduating, I moved to another city and was able to secure a job paying more than I expected to earn because of my degree from WKU. On top of all of that, the campus is beautiful and people in Kentucky are the nicest.
Western Kentucky University is a great college. They offer many programs, modes of instruction, and have multiple campus locations for your convenience. My student advisor and all of my professors have been wonderful. They always been helpful by supporting me to ensure my success in school. I would recommend Western Kentucky University for any student.
Western Kentucky University is an amazing school, and one I'm proud to have attended. I received my bachelor of arts in History with a minor in English, and had the opportunity to learn from an incredible assortment of professors who helped shape my course of study in a positive way. I was always challenged, and was surrounded by likeminded students who I could collaborate and study with daily. Plus, the campus itself is stunning and surrounded by beautiful nature - one of the many reasons I fell in love with it in the first place.
Western Kentucky University is located in Bowling Green, KY. The small college town is about 2 hours south of Louisville Kentucky and an hour north of Nashville Tennessee. At WKU students are passionate about their university and student life. The university aims for the mission to be inclusive to all students no matter their background. WKU has the largest international student population in the state and 1 in every 8 students will study abroad during their time on "the Hill." With its small class sizes and relatable professors, WKU becomes a great place for any student to attend. The campus offers many on campus dorms and apartments and is known to have a great social scene. The university boasts of its football team, which has won four straight bowl games. WKU is known for its College of Business, Nursing Program and school of Journalism. Recently the university has added minors such as "Brewing." Overall, I really enjoyed my four years on campus and would recommend the university to anyone who was interested!
Very good for an online program. Faculty us very helpful, and the programs can be challenging. Campus is beautiful but parking is a pain.
Western is a small enough school that you can get personal attention from the professrs, but big enough to give you a real college experience. Campus is tightly packed on The Hill, so although walking up the hill is a challenge, all of the buildings are really close together. Its is a challenging school that will prepare you for whatever it is you plan to do.
Beautiful campus and growing community. Offers the best of both worlds with a big campus vibe and small campus community
It is a nice place to study. Good campus and understanding faculties. The department where I did my graduation has good research options. The most important thing is that you get teaching opportunity in the labs which adds much to your CV and boost your confidence level if you are planning to go for teaching as a career in the future.