Events

EKU Fall Break

Oct
16
Mon

EKU's Fall Break is Monday and Tuesday, October 16-17, 2017.

The University is closed and classes are not in session.

Find more important dates on the Colonel's Compass...

EKU Homecoming

Oct
20
Fri

EKU Homecoming and Reunion Weekend 2017 events will be held October 20-21.

Find out more about EKU Homecoming events at alumni.eku.edu...

CBT Homecoming Tailgate

Oct
21
Sat

Join us for the College of Business and Technology Homecoming Tailgate on Saturday October 21st!

Dean Tom Erekson is bringing along his friends from Mad Scoops with Biz-Tec Blast - CBT's special blend of ice cream.

Be sure to stop by for a free taste before the big game. Look for the pink Mad Scoops pop-up tent in the Alumni Coliseum lot - 11am to 3pm.

Look for CB&T @ EKU's Louisville Open House

Oct
24
Tue

Look for College of Business & Technology representatives at EKU's off campus Open Houses on these dates.

Each Open House is from 6 to 8 pm. Join us for an evening to learn all about EKU and more about the College of Business and Technology.

GradFest Fall 2017

Oct
25
Wed

GradFest for students graduating Fall and Winter 2017

Location: Keen Johnson

  • Wednesday, October 25 - 10am to 6pm
  • Thursday, October 26 - 10am to 6pm

Get everything you need to be sure that your diploma is correct you have everything for Commencement.

EKU Career & Co-op Fall Job Fair

Oct
26
Thu

Companies are seeking employees.  If you need a job, co-op, summer job this is your chance to avoid a long, stressful job search!

More than 60 employers!!

Happy Halloween!

Oct
31
Tue

Have a safe and happy Halloween! 

Look for CB&T @ EKU's Ashland Open House

Nov
02
Thu

Look for College of Business & Technology representatives at EKU's off campus Open Houses on these dates.

Each Open House is from 6 to 8 pm. Join us for an evening to learn all about EKU and more about the College of Business and Technology.

Daylight Savings Time Ends!

Nov
05
Sun

Don't forget to reset your clock!!

Daylight Savings Time Fall 2017: U.S. Returns To Standard Time This Sunday.

If there’s anyone to thank or curse for coming up with the idea of playing with the calendar to save an hour of daylight every year, it’s the source of many an innovation – Benjamin Franklin.