Administered by the WKU Division of Extended Learning & Outreach (DELO)
Bringing WKU to our community.
WKU first expanded to the Owensboro/Daviess County region in 1969, offering graduate courses on the campuses of two local colleges. Today, we are embedded in the community, providing adult learners and transfer students with access to a variety of courses and degree programs through a combination of convenient course delivery formats.
We bring the resources of WKU to this great community and provide unparalleled student support to help our students succeed.
We invite you to CLIMB WITH US!
Course Delivery Formats
- Academic & transfer advising
- Financial aid counseling
- Computer lab
- Writing assistance
- Testing center
- Military student services
- Career & Workforce Development
Under the direction of the Division of Extended Learning and Outreach (DELO), WKU Owensboro will enhance academic offerings with a combination of in-person, online and hybrid delivery formats and provide academic programs to meet the unique needs of our community.
Education plays a major role in the economic and cultural well-being of a community, and we pledge to remain good community partners.
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