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EKU Student Conduct and Community Standards

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards invites you to visit us on social media! We are now on Twitter @EKUSCCS,  and our Student Judicial Committee has a Facebook page. Follow us for exciting updates, helpful tips, and even prize giveaways!

Join the Student Judicial Committee

EKU Student Judicial Committee

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is excited to announce recruitment for a new Student Judicial Committee!

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 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.

Take your virtual tour here!

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Virtual Tour

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 

GreenDot at EKU

Green Dot @ EKU works to prevent violence and to improve the safety of the campus community. The presentations focus on how bystanders can intervene in troubling situations to stop dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking when they see it.

It's On Us at EKU

View EKU’s It’s On Us video promoting the fight to stop sexual assault.

Click here to Take the Pledge

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Stress Management: How to Reduce, Prevent, and Cope with Stress

Stressed?  Start with identifying sources of stress in your life.  Some sources of stress aren’t as obvious as they may seem.  Be sure to evaluate your own stress inducing thoughts, feelings and actions.  Evaluate and identify true sources of personal stress by looking at habits, attitudes and excuses.  Accept responsibility for the role you play in creating

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