Current and Enrolled Student Information
Life as a graduate student on campus is a bit different from undergrad but many of the same cconcerns exist. Concerns with financial aid, advising, registering for classes, scholarships, mealplans, etc., can all be addressed by the responsible office on campus. Questions regarding these areas and how to find the proper office can be addressed with each student's faculty advisor. In addition, students should be familiar with the curriculum requirements, required documentation needed for clinicals, individual class requirements (explained in each course's syllabus), and the program requirements which are outlined in the Student Handbook. All students enrolled in the MS in AT Program at EKU are required to abide by the policies and procedures outlined in the EKU MS in AT Student Handbook and are encouraged to review the handbook annually.
All students enrolled in the program are eligible for program scholarships and should understand the scholarship process and rubric to make themselves as competitive as possible.
Any questions not addressed through these links should be addressed with the Program Director, Dr. Matthew J Sabin.