Student Intervention Programs
Midterm Recovery is outlined in the catalog as an intervention effort for new freshmen and new first-time transfer students with less than 24 hours. If a new student has earned a 1.0 or less estimated midterm GPA, they are required to participate in the Midterm Recovery Program, coordinated by the Office of Advising and Career Services.
As part of the Midterm Recovery Program, they are required to attend a workshop and attend follow-up meetings with an Advisor in OACS.
Failure to attend the workshop results in dismissal from the University. For more information, contact Cale Colbert with the Office of Advising and Career Services.
Probation Recovery is outlined in the catalog as an intervention program for new, first-time freshmen that conclude their first semester at EKU on probation. Students that are selected for Probation Recovery are required to complete the Academic Recovery Workshop embedded in Blackboard complete a Student Success Agreement.
For more information contact Becky Auman at email@example.com
Student Support Referral Form
Fill out this web form if you have a concern about a student regarding academic success, attendance, financial aid, etc. This information will go to the Senior Director of Student Success and the Director of the Student Success Center for response.
In cases where the student is a danger to her/himself or others, please contact the EKU Police Department immediately (phone: 859-622-1111). Please note that the SAIT form should be used to report students who appear to be troubled or troubling to elicit a response from University officials before the student’s behavior reaches a crisis level.
Students who are not registered for the upcoming term after their registration window opens are recruit-back. Students can let their advisor know about their future registration plans using this form.
General Education Program
GENERAL EDUCATION is the part of a liberal education curriculum that is shared by all students. It provides broad learning in liberal arts and science disciplines and forms the basis for developing important intellectual, civic, and practical capacities.