EKU Dual Credit Update
Qualified EKU Dual Credit students may enroll in a maximum of two courses per semester (pending availability at your location). Dual Credit tuition is $65 per credit hour; however, all applications will be reviewed to determine eligibility for additional dual credit scholarships (see website at http://dualcredit.eku.edu/tuition-and-fees-0) .
All EKU Dual Credit high school students are required to attend an Orientation/Registration session. Except as otherwise noted, EKU Dual Credit Orientation and Registration will be held on Thursday, August 7, 2014. You should make plans to attend Orientation/Registration at the campus where you will be taking EKU classes, or at the campus nearest your location if you are attending classes in your high school or taking classes online. Please visit http://dualcredit.eku.edu/advising-and-registration for additional information.
Somerset - Thursday, August 7, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. All High School EKU Dual Credit students should attend (Wayne County High School students should check with their counselors regarding Orientation/Registration information).
Last day to apply for enrollment to EKU for Fall 2014 is July 31st!
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Regional campus students majoring in online programs are able to register for the restricted online courses without needing any overrides. Students should be aware eCampus courses are taught in an 8-week format and are charged at the rate of $395/credit hour. (Students located at extended sites are also eligible to take coursework at their respective campuses in conjunction with their eCampus courses).
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Withdrawing and Financial Aid
Federal Financial Aid regulations require students to earn credit from classes funded by financial aid. Financial aid regulations do not distinguish between receiving a “W” in a course, or an “F” in a course. In both cases tuition is paid with financial aid funds and in both cases the student did not earn credit.
Students, advisors, and instructors should note therefore that multiple withdraws can impede appropriate progress toward degree and thus negatively impact a student’s ability to retain financial aid.
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