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“I Knew I wanted to Study in Spain� Your wallet need not limit your academic potential Durwan Green, a WKU Forensics Scholarship student, is about to graduate with a major in International Business and a minor in Spanish. To better his command of the Spanish language he knew he wanted to study abroad, but would struggle to pay for it. Rather than give up, he searched the wku.edu website, found a contact, and made an appointment with a Study Abroad advisor. She handed him a packet of national scholarship applications, and he applied for all of them. He won five (the Gilman International Scholarship and the WKU Diversity Abroad Grant in particular) and spent two months in Granada working on his Spanish.

Hilltoppers know that the view from the top is worth the climb

Hilltoppers know that the view from the top is worth the climb

Profile for Speech & Debate

2018 April/May Rostrum  

Volume 92 Issue 4

2018 April/May Rostrum  

Volume 92 Issue 4