The College of Education offers several student clubs and organizations and EKU is home to over 230 Registered Student Organizations (RSO) for students. These organizations offer opportunities in leadership, networking, and career development Learn more about College of Education organization - https://coe.eku.edu/college-education-student-organizations and EKU student organizations https://studentlife.eku.edu/student-organizations
The College of Education offers scholarships - list and application available here - https://coe.eku.edu/student-scholarships
Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) works to actively be an accessible, nurturing, and academically rigorous center of learning and scholarship that transforms lives and communities and enables students to adapt and succeed in a dynamic, global society. EKU offers scholarships, support organizations, support services, social sororities, summer programs, and workshops for minority students.
- EKU's Call Me Mister program is part of national initiative designed to encourage more African-American males to dedicate their lives to becoming role-models in the field of education. For more information - https://tes.eku.edu/call-me-mister-program
- For more information, visit EKU's Diveristy Office - https://diversity.eku.edu/diversity-eku
College of Education students have many opportunities to study abroad for short term programs (2 weeks), a summer, or a whole semester. We also offer student teaching abroad programs.