Skip to main content

Events

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - University Closed

Jan
15
Mon

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - University Closed

Spring 2018 Classes begin Tuesday, January 16th

Jan
16
Tue

Classes begin. Late fee registration begins. All students not currently enrolled (having 0.0 credit hours), who register for classes as of today will be assessed a $50 late-registration fee.

Spring 2018 Advising officially resumes

Jan
16
Tue

Course Schedule Advising officially resumes.

CHAUTAUQUA: "Transformations" - National Juried Art Exhibition, opening reception 5-7 p.m., Fred Parker Giles Gallery, Campbell Building.

Jan
25
Thu

EKU CHAUTAUQUA EXAMINES “TRANSFORMATIONS”

National Juried Art Exhibition, opening reception 5-7 p.m., Fred Parker Giles Gallery, Campbell Building. Exhibition runs Jan. 22-Feb. 16.

Last Day to convert a Pass/Fail/Audit to regular grade - Spring 2018

Jan
25
Thu
 

Last day to convert "Pass/Fail" or "Audit" classes to a normal grade and credit option. Completed forms must be returned to: Registrar's Office (SSB 239), or Corbin, Danville, or Manchester centers.

CHAUTAUQUA: "Transformations" - Lee Dugatkin, “Rapid Evolution: How to Tame a Fox and Build a Dog.”

Feb
01
Thu

EKU CHAUTAUQUA EXAMINES “TRANSFORMATIONS”

Lee Dugatkin, “Rapid Evolution: How to Tame a Fox and Build a Dog.”

Spotlight Days

Feb
03
Sat

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

Clone of Posters-at-the Capitol

Feb
08
Thu

The Posters-at-the-Capitol (P@C) event is hosted collaboratively by Kentucky state institutions to help members of the Kentucky Legislative system and the Governor have a better understanding with the importance of involving undergraduates in research, scholarly, and creative work. Faculty are encouraged to have their students submit an a

CHAUTAUQUA: "Transformations" - Joceyln Wilson, “The Outkast Imagination: Hip Hop Education and Transformative Pedagogy.” (Black History Month Keynote Address)

Feb
15
Thu

EKU CHAUTAUQUA EXAMINES “TRANSFORMATIONS”

Joceyln Wilson, “The Outkast Imagination: Hip Hop Education and Transformative Pedagogy.” (Black History Month Keynote Address)

Chinese New Year

Feb
16
Fri

Happy Year of the Earth Dog!

Open /*deleted href=#openmobile*/