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EKU Summer 2018

Take classes at EKU this summer so you can:

  • Build a Schedule That Works for You. You can blend your summer activities with convenient on-campus or online courses at EKU. You can have fun in the sun and still earn credits conveniently.
  • Catch Up/Move Ahead. Are you behind in your field of study? Or do you have general education coursework you need to complete? Either way, EKU's Summer session has you covered.

Camino to Success

EKU Diversity Office

Join the first-ever Camino Camp, a five-day event on EKU's Richmond campus just for Latino and Latina students for a hands-on preview of college life.

June 17-21, 2018

Volunteers Needed!

Contact: Liliana Gomex de Coss, Associate Director of Latino Recruitment and Retention: 

Diversity Scholars: Where Are They Now?

EKU Diversity Office

Latrell Floyd aspires to be a voice for service in his community.

On Jan. 24, Floyd received the Martin Luther King, Jr. Award for Community Service at the eighth annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Banquet at Eastern Kentucky University. The previous month, he graduated from EKU with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies and hopes to use that background to influence others to serve their communities. “Words go a long way and are very powerful,” he said. “I learned that as a communication student.”

2018-19 Scholarship Applications Now Being Accepted

The Diversity Office is now accepting 2018-19 Diversity Office Scholarship Program applications!

Are you a student who would benefit from a structured program dedicated to helping you achieve your academic and professional goals?

Are you a first-generation, low-income students with various cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic background with diverse interests?

Would you benefit from a mentor, monthly workshops, and study hours?

Diversity Office Scholar - Ivan Olivas

EKU Diversity Office

Diversity Office Scholar, Ivan Olivas, Chosen for Education Abroad Gala in Washington, DC

Ivan is a junior double majoring in Network Security and Spanish.

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EKU Diversity Office

"Making Your Media Career in the Digital Age"

Vince Coakley, EKU Distinguished Alum and Award Winning Broadcaster will present during Black History Month.


Mark your calendars now:

     Feb 22 @7pm | Black Box Theater

     Meet & Greet 5:30-6:30pm in Faculty Dining Room, New Case Dining Hall (sign in at desk)

University Closed

EKU Diversity Office

EKU will be closed from Monday, December 18, 2017 to Monday, January 1, 2018.  The Diversity Office will reopen on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

New Scholarship Announced

EKU Scholarship

Ritchie Rednour establishes new scholarship to assist students from the EKU's service region who are in the final semester of their coursework, but need some additional asssistance to complete their classes and earn their degree.

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URGENT NEED: Colonel's Cupboard

Colonel's Cupboard food pantry is in urgent need of the following items.  Your donations are greatly appreciated.

·         Ramen

·         Pudding

·         Baked Beans

·         Applesauce

·         Mixed fruit


The Multicultural Opportunities, Strategies and Institutional Inclusiveness Conference (MOSAIIC) if FREE to all EKU faculty, staff and students!

Nov 9 & 10 | University of Kentucky

Keynote presentation: "In Pursuit of Justice: Your Free Expression Rights" by Dr. Aimee Edmondson (Ohio University)