WKU’s Potter College of Arts & Letters will partner with the WKU Owensboro Regional Campus to host an Open House for potential graduate students on Tuesday (April 21). All interested individuals from Owensboro and surrounding counties are encouraged to attend.
According to Dr. David Lee, dean of Potter College, “Potter College has an exciting mix of graduate programs tailored to meet the needs of many potential students in the Owensboro area. These range from degrees in traditional disciplines such as History and English to our professional Master’s of Public Administration to our innovative MA in Criminology which is available online.”
The open house will allow students to discuss degree opportunities with WKU graduate advisors, Potter College and Owensboro faculty and staff, and current and former students. Potter College representatives will be present from the departments of Art, Communication, English, Folk Studies & Anthropology, History, Music, Political Science and Sociology.
“Serving the undergraduate and graduate educational needs of Owensboro and the surrounding areas is critical to the mission of Western Kentucky University,” said Dr. Richard Bowker, dean of Graduate Studies. “The informational session will provide opportunities to learn about all the various graduate programs at WKU.”
The Open House will be from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the International Bluegrass Music Museum, located at 207 E. Second St. in Owensboro. Refreshments will be served and music will be provided by Bluegrass Invasion.
For information on all degree options offered by WKU Potter College of Arts & Letters, contact Dr. Sally Ray, assistant dean, at (270) 745-2344. To learn more about the opportunities available at the WKU Owensboro Regional Campus, contact Lewatis McNeal, graduate advisor, at (270) 684-9797.
The Owensboro Regional Campus is a unit of the Division of Extended Learning and Outreach (DELO).