EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY (EKU)
ADVANTAGE PROGRAM OFFERED TO
MAGOFFIN COUNTY SCHOOLS!
The EKU Advantage Program applies to online or in person classes and includes the following benefits:
Magoffin County Schools active teachers, administration, and staff
are eligible to participate in the EKU Advantage Program.
EKU will award Magoffin County Schools active teacher employees
the tuition rate of $350 per credit hour for all online and on-campus
programs, and for administration and staff, a 25% flat-rate tuition
discount for all on-campus or online programs. Plus, get a 20%
discount on EKU’s Workforce Development courses.
All undergraduate students receive free books for their classes.
Students who enroll with the EKU Advantage will be guaranteed a fixed
tuition rate from initial enrollment for up to two consecutive years.
Enhanced customer service assistance to employees and contractors
to expedite and prioritize the admissions process, class registration,
financial aid and scholarship applications.
Dedicated academic advisors provide individualized attention to move
students quickly towards degree completion.
Gain access to all EKU facilities and events enjoyed by EKU students.
* The EKU Advantage program cannot be combined with other EKU Scholarships.
Benton Shirey, Director, Corporate Educational Partnerships | Office of Enrollment Management
Benton.firstname.lastname@example.org | (859) 200-0162 | corporate.eku.edu
521 Lancaster Avenue | CPO 54, Whitlock 144 | Richmond, KY 40475-3163
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires states to submit a State Performance Plan (SPP) and to annually report data on the status toward meeting the targets on the indicators contained in this plan. This report of status is called the Annual Performance Report (APR) and is submitted on or around February first of each year. To determine Kentucky's status toward achieving these goals the Office of Special Education and Early Learning (OSEEL) collects data from local school districts, parents, and other sources.
If your child receives special education services, we encourage you to complete the survey from the link below. For additional questions or concerns, please contact your student's case manager, or the Director of Special Education, Kelli Isaac, at 606-349-6117.