Printable 2018-2019 College Course Placement Chart
Handout for Parents & Students: High School vs. College
EKU Academic Readiness programs help new, full-time freshmen (NFTF) students achieve academic success and degree completion. Classes, workshops, programs, tutoring, one-on-one and group mentoring initiatives, and social activities provide students with opportunities for skill development designed to improve academic aptitude in writing, reading, mathematics and the sciences, as well as academic self-confidence, college-and-career-ready social skills, success strategies, and financial literacy.
High School to College:
Academic Readiness staff also coordinate the Summer and Fall Eastern Bridge programs. These high school-to-college transition programs are open to all new, first-time freshmen. Members of EKU Eastern Bridge form a collaborative learning community characterized by mutual assistance, one-to-one encouragement, and collaboration with a number of campus and community partners.
The Eastern Bridge program has been on the Eastern Kentucky University campus since 1998. In the past 20 years, we have helped hundreds of students build strong academic, career, and social skills on the way to becoming college graduates. We are honored to have helped so many new Colonels begin the college journey!
Eastern Bridge students take a wide variety of major and general education courses. We also collaborate with the Departments of English & Theatre, Mathematics & Statistics, and Philosophy to offer credit-bearing coursework for students who did not meet ACT benchmarks in Mathematics (ACT Math 19), English (ACT English composition 18), or Reading (ACT Reading 20):
|COLLEGE READINESS ENGLISH COURSES
||COLLEGE READINESS MATH & QUANTITATIVE REASONING COURSES: