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Join the Health Promotion team and campus departments on Wednesday, October 6th, 5 - 7pm in the Student Recreation Center for OctSoberFest. There will be FREE T-shirts, FREE food and FUN. Student Health Services will be offering flu vaccines. Hope to see you there!

Event Date: October 065-7pm  Location: Student Recreation Center  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: Student Recreation Center
Contact Information: Renee Leonard, 859 – 622 – 6221

The Student Recreation Center will close at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 2nd in support of the home EKU Football game. Normal operating hours will resume the following day. #GoBigE

Event Date: October 0210am-2pm  Location: Student Recreation Center

Sponsor: Campus Recreation
Contact Information: Ryan Fisher, 859-622-1183
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ESS 814- Marketing, Promotions, & Fundraising- is currently conducting a survey on EKU Women’s Basketball and how to enhance the student fan experience. Make your voice heard by completing the survey in the link below. Go Colonels!

Sponsor: ESS Department

Register today and save your spot for one of our Wednesday Group Fitness Classes. Kettlebell Blast 5:00-5:30pm
Body Sculpt 5:00-5:45pm
Cycle 5:30-6:30pm
Abs Express 5:45-6:05pm
DanceFusion 6:30-7:15pm

Event Date: September 29Varys  Location: Student Recreation Center  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: Campus Recreation

The 44th Annual Homecoming 5K is right around the corner! head to to sign up, or sign up the day of, Saturday, October 2nd from 7-8 am! We cant wait to see you race day!

Event Date: October 028:00 AM  Location: Student Recreation Center  Cost: $20-30

Sponsor: EKU Campus Recreation
Contact Information: Kyle Reece, 3179878020
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Come out and start Homecoming Weekend the right way with Free Food, Music, Activities, and the first 500 people to arrive will get the iconic Homecoming Sweatshirt!
Roll Kerns!

Event Date: September 305:00-7:30pm   Location: Powell Plaza   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Student Government Association
Contact Information: Jacob Wever, 8596221716
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Are you interested in studying in Ireland over the summer? Come learn about CCSA's program for next summer with a variety of classes on anthropology, sociology, art, communication, literature, gender studies, social work, history and more on September 30 at 2:00 p.m. on Zoom! Register for the informational session: If you're interested but unable to attend, email to schedule an individual appointment!

Event Date: September 302:00pm  Location: Zoom  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: Education Abroad Office
Contact Information: Katie Samuel, (859) 622-8794
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Looking for a good old-fashioned Competition – Football style? Soccer, what the rest of the world logically calls Football (No Hands Allowed!) is king of the street sports! Join us for a mini tournament at the Latino Street Fair on Wednesday, September 29th from 1:00-2:00 pm. Stop by the Latino Street Fair at Powell Plaza to sign up either as 4-player teams or as an individual player to be dropped in round-robin. Ten minute matches makes it easy to get in a few rounds between classes! Email to sign up or for more information. Part of EKU's annual Latino Heritage Month festivities celebrating the Latino/Latina/Latinx cultures and communities on EKU Campus and beyond. Sponsored by Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology and EKU Campus Recreation

Event Date: September 291:00 pm to 2:00 pm  Location: Powell Plaza  Cost: free

Sponsor: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology

EKU Latino Heritage Month 2021 - 10th Anniversary! EKU's highly anticipated annual Latino Heritage Month festivities celebrate the Latino/Latina/Latinx cultures and communities on EKU Campus and beyond. The Annual Street Fair brings music, arts, food, games, and learning opportunities right to you at this beloved event. Come join the fun at Powell Plaza! Experience the diversity and riqueza (wealth) of the Latinx Culture. Sponsored by: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology; The Bobby Verdugo and Yoli Rios Bilingual Peer Mentor and Tutoring Center; The Latino Student Association; The Division of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; Student Life & First-Year Experience; The Center for Inclusive Excellence & Global Engagement; The Chautauqua Lecture Series; EKU Libraries.

Event Date: September 2910:00 am to 2:00 pm  Location: Powell Plaza  Cost: free

Sponsor: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology

Understanding the roots of test anxiety can be key to coping with it. This workshop will help you manage test anxiety and give you tools for test preparation. Registration is required for these workshops. Click More on this Announcement to register.

Event Date: September 292:30 pm and 3:30 pm  Location: Whitlock 326   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Student Success Center
Contact Information: Dr. Ashley Sweat, 859-622-2469
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Mental Health Screening Day is an event put on by the counseling center, to help students better understand their mental health needs. During this event, EKUCC professional staff will be encouraging students to complete brief questionnaires, which will be scored with the student. Our Professional staff will review the results of the screening and provide individual feedback regarding interventions and supports that can help students better manage any identified symptoms.

Event Date: October 0611:00am-2:00pm  Location: Outside Case  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Join your fellow student veterans and servicemembers for a stress management workshop, and "Leave It." Starting September 15, students will have an opportunity to learn ways to manage stress and anxiety through painting, yoga, journaling, and rock-climbing workshops. There is no cost to participate, and all supplies are provided. Attend one session, or attend them all! There is no limit to participation. Sessions will be held on Wednesdays from 3:30 – 4:30 pm. Visit to register. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today. Note: This workshop series is only open to EKU student veterans and those currently serving in the United States military.

Event Date: ; Wednesdays 3:30 - 4:30 pm   Cost: 0

Sponsor: Military & Veterans Affairs

Looking for ways to get involved at EKU and help others at the same time? Need some extra support as a new student veteran? The EKU Service to Scholars Peer Sponsorship program is a volunteer program designed to provide help and support to incoming student veterans transitioning from military service to college life, by connecting them with other experienced student veterans who have “walked the walk” recently, and want to help others do the same successfully. This program is also open to online students. Click below for more information about how you can get started with the Service to Scholars Peer Sponsorship Program at EKU.

Sponsor: Military & Veterans Affairs

Join the EKU Counseling Center staff today for a workshop on Distress Tolerance. When life feels like you’re currently in the middle of an unfinished Jumanji game, your emotions can activate with a high degree of intensity. Changes in your daily routine and the people you’re around can lead to a mixture of emotions. These new experiences can be stressful. The tools provided in this workshop are aimed to provide you with skills to navigate these intense emotions and increase the positive experiences throughout your day.

Event Date: September 2910:30AM  Location: Online  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Support without Borders is an affirming support group for multicultural students and international students. This is a weekly virtual support group provided by the EKU Counseling Center and hosted through a secure video platform. TO ATTEND TODAY’S GROUP: email 15 minutes prior to group start time to receive instructions on how to join today’s group.

Event Date: September 293:00-4:00pm   Location: e-mail Andri Yennari at for group invite  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

This group is for individuals that have been negatively impacted by growing up in an alcoholic, drug addicted or otherwise unpredictable family environment. Topics often discussed include understanding the impact of these family patterns, learning how to recognize and develop healthy relationships, and addressing negative beliefs about oneself. This is a weekly virtual group provided by the EKU Counseling Center and hosted through a secure video platform. A group orientation is required to join this group. Please contact Kevin Stanley at or (859)622-1303 if interested or for more information.

Event Date: September 292:30pm-4:00pm   Location: call the EKU Counseling Center at (859) 622-1303 for more information   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Making progress during uncertain times can be difficult. That is why it is important to set effective goals. Join EKUCC clinician Nick Rogell, LPCC to discuss the factors that go into effective goal setting to achieve Peak Performance!

Event Date: September 291PM  Location: Whitlock 568  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center