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EKU Ranks No. 3 Nationally in 2016 "Best for Vets"

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EKU is home to more than 1,200 veterans and their dependents.

EKU Featured on KET Kentucky Life Program

Doug Flynn visits EKU to discover why this university is one of the top destinations for veterans. Watch the Program

Services and support for our veterans...

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Dr. Bryan Cole, Director of Military and Veterans Affairs, explains the services and support he and his staff provide to veterans and their families. 

Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass Continues Support for Veterans Program at Eastern Kentucky University

Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) is home to more than 1,200 veterans and their dependents. The university’s commitment to helping veterans further their education earned EKU a No. 3 ranking from Military Times EDGE magazine for 2016.

EKU Military and Veterans Affairs is partnering with Colonel's Cupboard

Studies suggest that one in six Eastern Kentucky University students have likely experienced “food insecurities” at some point in their lives. Now, with the launch of Colonel’s Cupboard, the University is taking steps to ensure that none of its students or their dependents ever go hungry and to increase the likelihood of their academic success.

EKU Again Named Military-Friendly School by Victory Media

Eastern Kentucky University continues to earn national honors for its commitment to military veterans and their dependents.

Operation Veteran Success

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Donate at the EKU Development website. Look for the Give Now button. Be sure to put Operation Veteran Success in the memo line. 

Deployed Soldier Receives EKU Academic Award

Kentuckians continue to serve in Afghanistan, even as the war winds down.

On Wednesday, an officer’s family was able to reconnect with their loved one as they were celebrating his award from Eastern Kentucky University.

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