Several services at WKU will experience operational changes as the university continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Update: Housing & Residence Life notified residents that the fire alarm in Southwest Hall is functional again. The WKU fire marshall tested the alarm and "approved it as fully operational," according to an email from HRL.
The WKU Restaurant Group’s new register system has gone into effect this semester, cutting down on the workload for some restaurant employees on campus.Since early in the Spring 2019 semester, the register replacement process has been in the works, according to the WKU Restaurant Group. At t…
Several buildings across WKU’s campus were left without heat over the weekend, and some aren’t likely to have it fully restored until the end of the day Tuesday.
Southwest Hall's heating, air conditioning and ventilation system has suffered critical failures that have forced the heating system to be shut down, according to an email from WKU’s Housing and Residence Life.
A new indoor practice facility for the WKU men’s and women’s golf programs opened at the beginning of October, and it will now be named the Phillip Hatchett Golf Facility following approval from the WKU Board of Regents at a special called meeting on Friday morning.
LifeWorks at WKU is building a housing facility for former students on the autism spectrum, members of the LifeWorks board, WKU President Timothy Caboni and local officials broke ground on the facility Monday.This facility will be the home for a program that will help those 21 and over and o…
WKU’s under-construction First Year Village will include new Living Learning Communities in an effort to create student relationships. However, the dorms will also include communal bathrooms, as opposed to private bathrooms that are shared between 1-4 students, seen in high-end dorms at othe…
Facilities Management determined Tuesday that Housing and Dining would absorb the $3,500 cost incurred by the university’s composting program.