As part of its ongoing emphasis on student success, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education is managing three programs designed to maximize retention and graduation rates.
Eastern Kentucky University, for the 13th consecutive year, will mark Earth Days with a month-long slate of events and activities.
Focusing on American Sign Language and Deaf Students.
This program is the first of its kind in the nation.
EKU scores higher than state and national benchmarks on many areas of NSSE.
Eastern Kentucky University’s emphasis on guiding its students to think critically and creatively and communicate effectively is taking root.
It's only a few weeks until high school graduation and less than six months until your college experience begins.
On February 4, the EKU campus community welcomed more than 80 high achieving students and their families for an interactive day filled with campus tours, informational sessions on EKU scholarships and academic programs, and highlights of EKU's prestigious Honors Program.
For the first time ever, students will now automatically be considered for available scholarship awards when they complete an application for admission to EKU and meet the required scholarship criteria.
Thank you future EKU Colonels, families and friends for attending the November 12, 2011, “Welcome to Colonel Country” event. This special welcome reception was by invitation only for students who have the distinction of being admitted to EKU for the 2012 school year. More than 250 students and their guests visited the EKU Richmond campus.