Amber Napier recently graduated from Eastern Kentucky University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in corrections and juvenile justice studies online. She recently shared her thoughts about her EKU Online experience.
How has earning this degree changed or aided your career?
Earning this degree has opened the door to many different possibilities and I cannot wait to explore them all.
What motivated you to get this degree?
I was motivated by my husband and my kids to help better our futures.
What was your favorite part or the highlight of your time as an EKU Online student?
My favorite part of being an EKU Online student was being able to complete assignments on my own schedule as well as being able to spend time with my family.
How did the EKU Online faculty aid in your success?
Any questions I had they always answered in a timely manner and helped me on which classes I needed.
What did you find surprising about the program?
I found it surprising how much I did not really understand about our criminal justice system until I started this program. Now I cannot wait to use my degree to help make a change in our system.
What advice would you give to someone who is looking to become an EKU Online student?
The advice I would give someone who is looking to become an EKU Online student is to take that leap and apply. It was the best decision I have ever made, and I cannot wait to see what my future holds.
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