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Regional Campus Programs

EKU Corbin and Manchester Programs

Don’t let work and family commitments keep you from earning your degree.  EKU Corbin and Manchester offer flexible scheduling with day, evening and online classes to accommodate your busy schedule. Our programs include: STATE REGISTERED NURSE AIDE (Manchester), Associate of Arts General Studies Informatics Concentration available, Associate of Arts Police Studies, Bachelor of Science Psychology Substance Abuse Concentration available, Bachelor of Science CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Bachelor of Science ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, a substantial portion of MIDDLE GRADE EDUCATION (Corbin), B.S.W. in SOCIAL WORK AND Bachelor of Arts GENERAL STUDIES with access to 100% online programs! 

For over 100 years, Eastern Kentucky University has been creating opportunities and fulfilling dreams. Whether it is through providing the education for a first generation college graduate or offering outreach to communities across EKU’s twenty-two county service region, possibilities are realized at Eastern.  Housed in the heart of that service region are our Corbin and Manchester Regional Campuses.  EKU’s Regional Campuses offer services ranging from credit and non-credit programming, community and workforce education, and conferencing & events.

We can plan and coordinate campus facilities and services for conferences, workshops, seminars, fairs, expositions, banquets, receptions, camps, and much more. Our facility offers your group the ambiance of an academic setting with all the amenities of a full-service conference center. The structures allow for the expansion of numerous post-secondary and lifelong learning possibilities for the citizens in the region.

Call EKU Corbin at (606) 528-0551 or the visit the website at  Stop by the campus at 1 Pennington Way, on the Corbin Bypass, just 1.5 miles off exit 25 of I-75.

Call EKU Manchester at (606) 598-8122 or visit the website at  Stop by the campus at 50 University Drive, just ½ mile off the Hal Rogers Parkway. 

Great Journeys begin here!

Published on December 12, 2019

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