Eastern University's Student Development works to enhance the growth and development of all students, both inside and outside the classroom. People who become students at different times in their lives have very different developmental needs so Student Development provides support and services in order to meet different student needs and meet them appropriately. For students in the undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), the Student Development staff is concerned with every aspect of the student experience during the traditional undergraduate years and aims to challenge and support students in this important time of intellectual, physical, interpersonal, and spiritual change and development.
Are You A New Student?
As soon as you receive your EU e-mail log in and password, check your e-mail and read it every day several times a day or you may miss out on something BIG. All enrolled students are responsible for all the information communicated to them through EU E-mail. Sometimes mail will not apply directly to you but unless you scan it all you will not know that. Your e-mail communications to faculty and staff must be through your EU e-mail which acts as a signed letter do to your unique password.
Are You A Current Student
Don't forget to read student publications like the Student Handbook and The Waterwheel for CAS students and the Behavioral Standards in the catalog or information specific to your program for CCGPS students. Check your EU e-mail box and read it or you may miss out on something BIG.
All enrolled students are responsible for all the information communicated to them through EU E-mail.
New Student Info
Click on CAS or CCGPS below for specific Information you need to know about being a student at Eastern University.
- Important information for new College of Arts and Sciences students.
- Important Information for new CCGPS students.
Parents of CAS students
The transition from home to college or from college to college in the undergraduate years can be challenging, Read staff profiles to see who is caring for your student's needs.
Dr. Bettie Ann Brigham
Dean of Students,
Director of Student Services