Have you ever had the urge to return to WKU?

Not just the quick drive through campus, but have you wanted to return to your old dormitory, walk WKU’s Hill, take a class or two and live like a college student again?

Here’s your chance.

 

SAVE THE DATE FOR ALUMNI COLLEGE 2015!

June 11-14, 2015

 

 

Alumni College is a lifelong learning program for alumni and friends of WKU.  The program gives participants the opportunity to stay on campus while taking fun, educational classes.  If you’re looking to retake Accounting 200, then Alumni College isn’t for you!  Participants enjoy a variety of classes from cooking to dancing to history and athletics. 

When did you last see your college friends? 
All alumni, friends, and family of WKU are invited to Alumni College.  This program gives alumni a great opportunity to reunite with college friends.  Call them and plan your Alumni College adventure together!

For more information on Alumni College, contact Ginny Hensley at ginny.hensley@wku.edu or 270-745-4395.

 

“I loved those days as a student at WKU but I did not fully appreciate the role WKU played in my life until I came back to the campus as a ‘student’ in Alumni College. Alumni College gave me the opportunity to do it all over again.”   
Brenda Bush ‘75  Glasgow, KY

“Alumni College is a wonderful opportunity for alumni to return to campus for a long weekend of activities, games, classes (no tests!), and the chance to relive old memories while making and renewing friendships. If you haven’t been back to campus lately, or if you need a good dose of the WKU Spirit, Alumni College is the perfect opportunity.”   
Paul Calico ’76   Cincinnati, Ohio


“I had not been back on campus for 17 years.  I longed to see how things had changed, but also how they had stayed the same. And I wanted to share the Western experience with my 12 year old daughter.  I learned so much about Western that I would not have appreciated as a student straight out of high school. The campus was gorgeous, with all the landscaping and new buildings and dorm renovations. The activities had enough diversity to suit anyone's taste and kept us so busy we looked forward to sleeping in our dorm room bed.  And I finally learned to line dance. Our visit exceeded my expectations!”  

Sandy Workman ‘81   Nolensville, TN


“We had such a great time at the Alumni College that we are planning to come back next year. It was so well organized.  We enjoyed meeting so many wonderful people who have such fond memories of WKU.  The food, classes and excursions were great!  We only wish that more people would take advantage of the opportunity to come back to WKU and experience the Western Spirit again.”  

Mary Ploumis Nichols ('77, '79)   Loxahatchee, FL