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Project Graduate

Since its inception in late November 2007, Project Graduate has assisted 32 EKU adult students with degree completion.  In addition, over 70 new adult students are registered for fall, with 23 more adults on target to graduate in December.  Approximately $23,000 in adult learner scholarships and work study have been awarded to Project Graduate participants through


University Housing Office is implementing a new student-success tool called MAP-Works.   MAP-Works (which stands for Making Achievement Possible) is a web-enabled software program that provides staff with the resources to learn about individual students on a personal level and to have key information available to assist students better. 

Early Enrollment Indicators for Fall 2009

The enrollment report as of October 2, 2009, compared to October 2 data last year…

EKU Now!

Memorandums of Agreement for EKU Now! have been submitted on behalf of 22 schools in 15 counties and 3 home schools.  Several more county school systems have indicated their intentions to participate in the Spring 2010 and Fall 2010 semesters.  EKU Now! began its first semester this fall with 268 students participating in a total of 350 classes.

QEP, Student Success, and Peggy Maki

One way to operationalize QEP in the classroom is to link QEP goals with the student learning outcomes in the course syllabus.  How can we do that?  Dr.

Accreditations and Student Success

EKU has recently received two positive accreditation visits.  Why is accreditation important to student success?

Rumor/Myth of the Week

Myth: Faculty can never copy an article or post one to Blackboard to use for their class without getting copyright permission.

Success of the Early Alert System

The Early Alert Retention System (EARS) has been very successful in alerting us to students who have missed class during the first two weeks of the semester.  This fall, for the first time since the implementation of BANNER, EKU faculty were asked to report the names of students who were not attending their classes.  All five colleges are to be commended for their commitment to and pa

Associate of General Studies Degree to be awarded beginning Fall 2009

Students who meet all requirements for the Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree may now apply for graduation.  For all students who (a) apply on or before October 15, 2009, (b) pay the graduation fee, and (c) are verified as meeting all graduation requirements, their degree will be awarded Fall 2009.

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