The Student Success Center received a grant from the Passion Planner company. SSC Graduate Assistant Kelley Harlan wrote the grant application, and the company awarded the SSC 150 Passion Planners, valued at $25 each. To receive a planner, students attended one of the "Managing Your Time with a Planner" workshop and learned about how to use a planner, goal setting, and tim
Beginning June 1, 2018, EKU’s student financial aid refunds will be processed through EKU Student Accounting instead of Bank Mobile.This means that all students (including returning students, new students, and transfer students) will need to set up a new eRefund account through TouchNet (which can be accessed through EKU Direct) in order to receive their refunds in a timely manne
MJ White, Social Media Lead Guru, is graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry and a Minor in Music in December and is a graduate of the Honors Program. Attending EKU has given her a better understanding of where she wants to be in life, and working as a guru helped her develop a passion for working with college students.
Shelby Jones graduates with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in December. She was a Lead Guru, regional campus liaison for the SSC, and a Kappa Delta Tau. Shelby also serves in the Army National Guard. Her favorite part of being a Guru was helping students and watching them grow.
Meg Robertson, Lead Guru of student accessibility, is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in American Sign Language-English Interpretation in May 2018 after completing her spring internship at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Her favorite part about attending EKU was having opportunities to be involved in the Deaf community, on and off cam
Evan Singleton graduates with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and a Minor in Chemistry in December. He was a Lead Guru and the Student Affairs liaison for the SSC and was one of the Gurus who helped open the SSC.
Courtney Williams, an EKU Guru who assists students with ASL and a variety of other courses, is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in American Sign Language-English Interpretation program in May 2018 after completing her internship in Columbia, South Carolina.
Diamond Richards graduates with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice in December. She was a Lead Guru with the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and was one of the Gurus who helped open the SSC. She enjoyed meeting so many great people in her time as a Guru.
Meet Quijas! She is one of the EKU Gurus who works in the Student Success Center and the Whitlock Hub. She tutors in biology, some chemistry courses, CMS 210, and NFA 201. She also plays on the rugby club team and is quick with a joke. She loves the Ralph Waldo Emerson quote, "The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be."