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May is National Mental Health Awareness Month

NAMI

May is National Mental Awareness Month. Here are some facts that you need to know:

 

- Approximately 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness in a given year

- Approximately 1 in 5 youth ages 13-18 experience a severe mental disorder at some point in their life

Impact Kentucky: A Campus Collaborative to Uproot Sexual Violence

The Impact Kentucky Conference will be held in Lexington, Kentucky on April 13-15, 2017. This conference address the issue of sexual violence on college campuses, and seeks to promote awareness, prevention, and education on the topic. Anyone from the EKU community is welcome to attend. 

EKU Takes a Stance on Bullying

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Eastern Kentucky University takes a strict no-tolerance approach on all types of bullying, in accordance with KRS 525.070, KRS 525.080, and the EKU Student Code of Conduct. Types of bullying include: verbal, social/relational, cyber, and physical bullying.

Student 911 Guide for Faculty & Staff

Student 911 Guide for Faculty & Staff

A thorough listing of important contact information and telephone numbers in the event of an emergency or other students needs. This includes contact information for Agression/Threat/Assault, Illness/Injury, Mental/emotional Distress, Self-Harm, Substance Abuse, EKU Housing, and Dating/Sexual Violence - as well as emergency contact information for the EKU police.

Student Success

“An educational journey should blend academic knowledge and life experiences to help prepare students for meeting the challenges of a successful career while competing in a global economy. That’s why EKU is committed to each student’s success, both in and out of the classroom.”

Virtual Tour of EKU

 

Get more information about applying, financial aid, dining, student life, student organizations, health and recreational opportunities. View an interactive map of the EKU Campus.

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EKU RAVE Mobile Safety

Eastern Kentucky University has implemented a multi-modal emergency notification system to inform the community about incidents and emergencies affecting campus. EKU has seven primary notification systems available for the community. Any one, or a combination, of the alert methods may be used depending on the nature and severity of the event.

Online Safety

For most people, going online to access information for classes, managing personal finances and shopping is just a click away.   While the internet often helps to provide ease and convenience in day to day activities, it is important to be thoughtful about how that information is managed and secured.  The digital footprint left behind can put 

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