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Taking an EKU Winter course can help you stay caught up, catch up, or get ahead! Registration is now available for Winter courses. 

Running Dec. 6, 2021-Jan. 14, 2022, EKU Winter provides an opportunity for students to make up specific classes, take a required class, or even get ahead by identifying prerequisite courses. This year, the priority is offering courses that students need to or are required to take, including prerequisite and general education options. 

EKU Winter courses are designed so students 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 you need or interests you.

  • Tackle a tough course that you will need to complete to graduate. With intensive instruction and fewer distractions, you can also finish a challenging course this winter.

What can you do to learn more about EKU Winter courses and options this year? 

  • Browse available courses at winter.eku.edu

  • Discuss EKU Winter course options with your advisor. 

  • Plan ahead by taking an EKU Winter course that will allow you to have a manageable course load in the fall and spring. 

Follow @EKUWinter on Twitter for regular updates. Email winter@eku.edu with questions or to receive more information.

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