Insects buzzed and box wheels rumbled as students and volunteers rolled belongings into residence halls Monday morning.
Students in the Ogden College of Science and Engineering will have the opportunity to be involved in more advanced research this year thanks to separate grant funding that three professors have recently received.
Efforts are being made to deal with mold discovered recently in two residence halls while the demolition of another residence hall is expected to begin this summer.
The Board of Regents will vote to approve WKU’s six-year capital plan on Friday, which provides a request to the state by the university to fund various construction projects on campus within the next six years.
WKU students with disabilities face many challenges on campus, including buildings without elevators, stair-filled pathways cutting through campus, classrooms with bad acoustics and very limited test-taking times.
A tornado watch is in effect in Kentucky until 4 p.m. according to the National Weather Service and strong winds have already caused damage on WKU’s campus.
Helm Library will close at the end of the spring semester for renovations, President Timothy Caboni announced in an email to students Thursday afternoon.