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Although COVID-19 has impacted many students at Eastern Kentucky University, EKU Winter session, which will take place from December 7, 2020 -January 15, 2021, will provide new opportunities. This year, the EKU Winter session will be expanded to a six-week, fully online session. Courses are being added to the schedule to allow students who are interested in making up specific classes or even getting ahead to find options in their degree pathways. This year, the priority is offering courses that students need 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 finish a challenging course this winter.

Students are invited to provide input on the design of EKU Winter by completing a brief survey available in their Blackboard Activity Stream. Participants will be entered to win a gift basket from the EKU Bookstore. 

EKU Winter courses will be viewable earlier this year by September 18. Students can browse courses at winter.eku.edu

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

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