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Stay on Track with EKU Winter

Carolyn Blackburn

The fall 2022 semester is coming to an end, which means the EKU winter term starts in a few short days. Take some classes over winter break to knock out those gen eds, catch up on certain classes or get ahead to graduate sooner!

Carolyn Blackburn, senior general education major from Beattyville, Kentucky, took courses during last year’s winter term. “It allowed me to focus on my academic pursuits,” she said. 

You can take up to six credit hours this winter. Focus on those difficult courses without the distractions from several courses. 

“I would definitely recommend students take winter classes,” said Blackburn. “Not only are you being proactive, but you stay in that ‘working pace.’”

Don’t wait to register! Learn more about what courses are offered at, then register through myEKU.

Published on December 01, 2022

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