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• Focus : The Centennial Edition, 100 Years of Success at EKU, Amundsen, S., Davis, R., (2006), Kendall Hunt
• University Date Book (handed out during New Student Days Convocation 1pm Sunday August 20 or purchased at the EKU Bookstore)
• Student Handbook (online)
• University Catalog (online)
• Fast Food Nation, by Eric Schlosser (provided to students free of charge during Summer Orientation. Students who did not attend summer orientation or lost their copy can purchase another copy in the EKU bookstore).
• New Student Days Guide for proof of attendance stamps
• Colonel’s Compass (online) Description This 1-hour course is designed to assist entering first year and transfer students. The course will
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