The Honors College is committed to providing students with the unique, individualized academic experience of a highly-selective private college
with all the resources and benefits of Kentucky’s fastest growing university
Honors experience: The environment of the Honors classroom is different from other courses, encouraging active and lively discussion, independent and critical thinking, and creative activities that challenge the mind.
The combination of WKU’s top faculty teaching enriched course content with field trips and engaging class projects not only means added academic success, but better post-graduation options for you.
Grants: Honors Development Grants & Travel Abroad Grants
The relativity of color or can you see that the two brown squares are the same color? "A thing is never seen as it really is." (Josef Albers (Bauhaus, Black Mountain College, Yale), Interaction of Color 1963)