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CLASS Advising and Graduation

The CLASS advising team is here to support our students throughout their journey at EKU. We are dedicated to your success! Our professional staff works closely with faculty advisors to help you stay on the right path as you pursue your degree. We can assist you with your advising needs, such as:

  • Advising/registration
  • Schedule changes
  • Change of major
  • Graduation

How do I find my academic advisor?

All undergraduate students are assigned an academic advisor. Your academic advisor is the only way to access your RAC or Alternate PIN. Your academic advisor’s contact information can be found under MyEKU:

  • Login to MyEKU
  • Find the Student Advising card
  • Select “Who is my Advisor?”
  • You can also find your advisor from your EKU DegreeWorks.


EKU Student Advising Resources

Click the link above to find information about other important advising resources such as:

  • Who is my advisor?
  • How do I change my major?
  • Calendar and Important Dates
  • Tutoring
  • General Education Information
  • Transfer Equivalency Credits
  • Counseling Center

CLASS Advising Team


Academic Advisor

The College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences advisor can help you find the major that is right for you, find your faculty advisor, create and understand your degree audit, assist you with decisions concerning your personal educational goals, and help you prepare for graduation. Whether you are a newly enrolled student, a current student, a transfer student, or a graduate student, we can help you find what you need.

Mollie Cotterell

CLASS Academic Advisor

Office: Roark 104
Phone: 859-622-1586

Schedule a meeting with Mollie.

Katie Hamblin

Advising Specialist

Office: Roark 110
Phone: 859-622-1603

Benjamin Cook

Academic Administrative Specialist (Graduation Expert)

Once you reach 90 hours, you should apply to graduate through your myEKU. Our Academic Administrative Specialist will then review your academic progress and make sure you are on track to graduate.

Benjamin Cook

Academic Administrative Specialist

Office: Roark 105
Phone: 859-622-6688


College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

521 Lancaster Ave.
103 Roark Bldg.
Richmond, Kentucky 40475
Phone: 859-622-2222