This report documents significant growth in enrollment, degree productivity, academic quality, and efficiency. These performance variables, and others, underscore how WKU has become a significant educational value in Kentucky and continues to achieve more even with uncertain state support. …
The data presented offer a statistical snapshot of WKU’s performance during the 2010-2012 biennium—a two-year period in which WKU is completing a $200 million capital campaign, wrapping up some key campus construction projects, repositioning its senior executive leadership team (with five new vice-presidential appointments in the last year) and generally positioning the institution for another decade of growth going forward.
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