EKU Winter Session Helps Students Graduate
COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on a lot of students, and we know you may have faced financial hardships or academic setbacks because of it. However, EKU Winter can be a valuable time of year to catch up or stay on track! Running December 7 - January 15, the EKU Winter session has been extended this year to a six-week, fully online term. Need to fit in a required course, gen-ed or prerequisite? No problem! Your courses will be given priority at registration.
“How can EKU Winter courses benefit me?”
Take a course that you dropped during the spring, summer, or fall semesters.
Take a course that might be challenging.
Enroll in required or prerequisite courses.
EKU Winter courses are designed so you can:
Build schedules that help you advance in your degree pathway.
Blend winter activities while taking convenient online courses from EKU.
Continue winter plans from home or remotely and still earn credits conveniently.
Catch up or move ahead, if you are behind in your field of study, have coursework you need to complete, or want to take a class that interests you.
Tackle a tough course that you will need to complete to graduate. With intensive instruction and fewer distractions, you can finish a challenging course this winter without the stress of the regular term.
Browse EKU Winter courses here.
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Published on September 30, 2020