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Events

Spotlight Days

Nov
11
Sat

Spotlight Days are held on the Richmond Campus on selected Saturday mornings during the fall and spring terms.

Fall 2017 - Last day to withdraw with fee ($50/credit hour) and receive a “W”

Nov
12
Sun

Last Day to withdrawal from a full semester class and recieve a "W" with incurring the $50/credit hour withdrawal fee.

Spring 2018 Registration begins - Sophomores

Nov
13
Mon

EKU Graduate students, Degree-seeking Post Baccalaureates, Seniors, Designated Populations, Juniors, Sophomores (including rising Sophomores) may register

http://colonelscompass.eku.edu/registration-and-advising-dates-spring-and-summer-2018

International Student and Scholar Services: International Education Week

Nov
13
Mon

International Education Week is sponsored by the US Department of State as educational institutions across America celebrate the spirit of internationalization. Social and educational events will be on campus throughout the week. A detailed schedule will be posted once finalized.

International Student and Scholar Services: Student Counseling Workshop - Mental Health and the International Student

Nov
14
Tue

This is the fifth in a 5-part series of Student Counseling workshops with an internationally themed focus. This event is FREE and dinner will be provided.  New Science 3104

http://international.eku.edu/events-fall-2017

Spring 2018 Registration begins - Visiting/Non-degree/High School Special

Nov
15
Wed

All Visiting Students, Non-Degree Undergraduate, Non-degree Post Baccalaureates, and High School Special students may register

Spring 2018 Advising officially ends

Nov
16
Thu

Course Schedule Advising officially ends for enrolled students. Advising resumes on January 16, 2018.

http://colonelscompass.eku.edu/registration-and-advising-dates-spring-and-summer-2018

CHAUTAUQUA: "Transformations" - Kelli Carmean, “Mayan Transformations: Historical Fact and Creative Fiction.” (Native American Heritage Month Keynote Address)

Nov
16
Thu

EKU CHAUTAUQUA EXAMINES “TRANSFORMATIONS”

Kelli Carmean, “Mayan Transformations: Historical Fact and Creative Fiction.” (Native American Heritage Month Keynote Address)

International Student and Scholar Services: Taste of Thanksgiving

Nov
20
Mon

Come learn about and celebrate this American holiday with us. You will be treated to delicious traditional Thanksgiving foods. This event is FREE but you must receive your ticket from our office to be admitted. Keen Johnson Ballroom

http://international.eku.edu/events-fall-2017

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