Learn how to advance your career. Earn an hourly wage. Earn scholarship money.
If earning a degree is one of your goals not only can WKU help you achieve it, we can also help you find ways to pay for it while increasing your future employability. WKU’s Learn and Earn program partners with area companies and businesses to employ college students to help them meet their company production goals. In return, student employees work for wages and receive a tuition scholarship from employers.
Awesome Opportunities for College Students
- Earn a degree
- Reduce college debt
- Develop workplace skills
- Explore career pathways
- Learn life skills
- Enhance your resume
For more information, call (270) 659-6967, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit wku.edu/learnandearn.
The cost of getting smarter keeps getting higher, with the rise of tuition and other educational costs far outpacing inflation in recent decades. If you’re like many students, figuring out how to pay for your education is as important as choosing your field of study. This section will help you understand common (and uncommon) ways of financing your education or lowering your expenses. Whether it’s resources to locate scholarships and grants or breaking down how student loans work, we’ve got you covered.
The average college student will graduate more than $35,000 in debt. Given the high cost of college tuition, any opportunity to save a few dollars on college credits is welcomed by all students. To help students get ahead, we've just launched a guide to earning credits before college, available free of charge on OnlineColleges.net.
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