How do I apply?
Finish Your Bachelor Degree Like You Started: Apply
The first step in the admission process is to apply to the university. In the application, you'll be asked about your major interests, your preference as to on-campus or online coursework, and to also provide a record of the institutions you've attended. At the end, you'll be prompted to pay the $35 application fee, but you can contact EKU SOTO to ask about having that fee waived.
See Your Progress: Send a Transcript
We can make your admission decision based solely on your transcript(s) from your previous institution(s). If you've been to multiple colleges and/or universities, then we will need original transcripts from each. Check the instution's website for information on how to send an official transcript or use the National Student Clearinghouse to send the transcript electronically to email@example.com. Don't forget, if you are a military service member, you may have college credit on your Joint Service Transcript--order it here and get more information about credits, registration and other services provided at the EKU Office of Military and Veteran Affairs.
Since participants in this program will likely have quite a few college credit hours, it's unlikely that you'll need to worry about sending a transcript from your high school or completing any placement tests.
Now you're ready to explore your financial aid and scholarship options.