Advisors at WKU provide a wide range of services for our students. The advising office coordinates academic advising activities among undergraduate colleges and academic departments for undergraduate students. At WKU academic advising is required for all associate and baccalaureate degree-seeking students until graduation.
Career Services at WKU helps students and alumni identify and reach their career and employment goals, helps employers access an educated and highly trained workforce, and supports faculty and staff by providing opportunities to increase student learning and skill development. Find your future here!
Student success is the top priority of the Advising and Career Development Center. We offer a wide variety of academic and studnet support services, ranging from peer tutoring, adult learner services, and college readiness to the Best Expectation Program (BEP), which empowers students with tools for success.