Inside Look

EKU Ranked #19 for Criminal Justice Programs and Online Degrees

The Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice and Safety and EKU Online continue to be recognized among the nation's best. Create a Career, a leading resource for career information, has identified the "Best Criminal Justice Programs Offering Online Degrees." EKU ranked 19th in the nation and was the only Kentucky school to make the list.

Online or On-campus, EKU Students are Achieving Great Things!

Jennifer Tilley, Richmond, who earned a master’s degree in criminal justice studies at Eastern Kentucky University on May 10, has been accepted into the Ph.D. program in Justice, Law, and Criminology in the School of Public Affairs at American University in Washington, D.C.

“Juvenile in Justice”: A Look Inside the Juvenile Justice System

Author Maria Bordt is a Criminal Justice Graduate Student at Eastern Kentucky University.

Applying to Graduate School

Written by Amy Eades, Assistant Online Coordinator
Adult, Juvenile, & Community Corrections Leadership

Student Spotlight: Rocky Lykins

Rocky Lykins online corrections juvenile justice degreesEKU Online student Rocky Lykins earned a bachelor's degree in Corrections and is now working on his master's degree in Adult, Juvenile & Community Corrections Leadership.

EKU Online Professor Plays Major Role in Upcoming Television Special

An Eastern Kentucky University professor has played a major role in the production of an upcoming national television special.

Life Without Parole for Juveniles is Cruel and Unusual Punishment

Written by Jamie King, Student in the EKU Online Corrections and Juvenile Justice Studies Program

EKU Online Professor Kraska Quoted in The Wall Street Journal

EKU Online Adult, Juvenile and Community Corrections Leadership professor Kraska Dr. Pete Kraska was recently quoted in The Wall Street Journal article "Towns Say 'No Tanks' to Militarized Police."