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Eastern Kentucky University is proud to announce the KHEAA/ILP Day at EKU. The following ILP Training for homeschooled and private school students is accessible to Kentucky-residents only. The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) has made an online college planning tool available to homeschool and private school students called Individual Learning Plan or ILP. The ILP has many features and resources that gives students a variety of options in preparing students for college and careers. This training will be designed to give the homeschooled and private school student insight on how to take advantage of this program. Your visit will include information about being college ready, KHEAA/financial aid, and of course your personal ILP. Also the Admissions Office will be speaking about EKU and how we can help shape your future. We will also have the KHEAA College Info Roadshow bus for you to take advantage of as well.

What: Financial Aid Resources & ILP Technology Training for Homeschooled and Private School Students in 6th-12th Grade (Kentucky residents only).


When: Tuesday, July 18, 2017--The program will begin at 9:00 am, and is scheduled to conclude at 3:30 pm. Lunch WILL be provided to all of our students and guests.


Where: Eastern Kentucky University Whitlock Building, directions and parking pass will be provided.

Details: Within the last few years, the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) has made an online college planning tool available to homeschooled and private school students. Kentucky public schools have been utilizing these resources since 2006 and now, so can you! This tool will allow students to bring together their education exploration, experiences and achievements to help build concretes plans for their futures. The ILP has many features and resources that involve students on a variety of levels:

  • Exploring careers beginning in the 6th grade

  • Finding careers that match their skills and interests

  • Creating education plans

  • Establishing personal goals and revisiting these as they progress through school

  • Creating, maintaining and changing resumes

  • Tracking and reflecting on their community services experiences, work experiences, career-planning activities, and extra-curricular and organization activities

  • Exploring colleges and postsecondary opportunities that match their career, postsecondary and life goals

  • Connecting to the (Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority) Web site for help with college planning, tuition assistance information and applications

  • Collecting personal information like assessment results, advising activities demographic information and educational history 


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