If you're a current or future student, visit our Connect pages and you’ll find frequently-used forms, answers to common questions, information on how to schedule appointments and register for upcoming events.
Interested in getting involved? EKU has over 200 Registered Student Organizations (RSO), including groups that are affiliated with your major. For a list of student organizations associated with the College of Justice & Safety and your academic major, visit https://justice.eku.edu/student_organizations.
If you are currently in an RSO, check out our current RSO tools here.
Learn more about scholarships available for your program and don't forget to visit the EKU scholarships page for more opportunities.
Living Learning Communities provide students the opportunity to connect with someone as soon as they arrive on EKU’s campus. LLC’s consists of a group of students with similar majors or interests who live on the same floor or floors of a residence hall.
We have found students who participate in a living learning community are more likely to stay in college and tend to have higher GPA's than those who do not participate in these communities. Because of their LLC experience, students are also better able to connect with each other, along with all of the faculty and staff connected with LLC’s. Finally, LLC’s give students the opportunity to explore the region, participate in shared coursework and start the path towards academic success at EKU.
Take a look at all of the living learning community options and look at the LLC Highlights to see what might be a great fit for you.
Are you a current student in search of a co-op or internship opportunity? Are you a recent graduate in search of employment? Visit the links below for a current list of external internship and employment opportunities.
*All internship/co-op opportunities must be approved in advance via the EKU Career & Co-Op Office and in consultation with the program Internship/Co-Op Coordinator. The agencies listed in the links below are not affiliated or endorsed by Eastern Kentucky University.