Does eku have housing etc. for expect...

Does eku have housing etc. for expecting parents

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Expecting

La Grange, IL

#1 Jan 25, 2013
Do they offer any special housing or any grants or programs? I am 20 and in my 2nd year and just found out I'm pregnant. I don't want to quit school and I'm just wondering if anyone knows if EKU offers anything to help accomadate expectant mothers.
Please

Berea, KY

#2 Jan 25, 2013
I'm not sure the answer to your question but good idea! Do NOT quit school! I am 20 and proud mother of 2 planned children. I go to school full time and I'm doing it to make certain my children will have a wonderful life. Good luck.
Yes

Richmond, KY

#3 Jan 25, 2013
If you call Housing or Family Housing, they can give you information. six-two-two fifteen-fifteen.
Expecting

Mount Sterling, KY

#4 Jan 25, 2013
Thanks so much!!
wonder

Richmond, KY

#5 Jan 26, 2013
Why do you need special housing if you are pregnant? Are no children allowed? Yes, stay in school and do your best. Good luck.
Heres a tip

Richmond, KY

#6 Jan 26, 2013
You should have kept your legs closed and finished school first. LOL

Why should they give you something special? Because you got knocked up out of wedlock? Why don't you marry the baby daddy and you start a family and share an apartment or house.

Sounds like the baby daddy should get a full time job and support his family. They do have family housing on campus or at least they used to.

Free words of wisdom just for you!
hey heres a tip

Richmond, KY

#7 Jan 27, 2013
Put this tip in your cheek and suck real slow! Yes they have family housing and she isn't wrong for asking!
tinetater

Richmond, KY

#8 Jan 27, 2013
You must have tripped and fell on his penis and accidentally got pregnant ?
Plan B

Richmond, KY

#9 Jan 27, 2013
Take a plan B or a short ride the planned parenthood in Cincinnati Ohio. Then you can continue on with your life and not embarrass your family.

You should really sign up for a freshman health class. They will teach you about birth control and how not to get pregnant. They will teach you about sexually transmitted diseases.

There used to be a name for a girl that slept around like a stray cat, then got pregnant out of wed lock. The word is whore. It used to be an embarrassment for a family when a daughter got knocked up out of wedlock. Where I come from it still is.

If you know who the baby daddy is, you need to do the right thing and get married so you don't have a lil bastard running around. Please get your tubes tied so this doesn't happen again. American can't afford any more welfare mommas and babies.
Expecting wrote:
Do they offer any special housing or any grants or programs? I am 20 and in my 2nd year and just found out I'm pregnant. I don't want to quit school and I'm just wondering if anyone knows if EKU offers anything to help accomadate expectant mothers.
truth

Ashland, KY

#10 Jan 27, 2013
Shameless sluts aren't going to marry. They get much more free crap for themselves and their bastard kids if they stay single and destitute. Most of them learn from their parents how to milk the system. It's an artform to them. They screw up, we pay. Losers raising more losers. It's their family legacy and they're proud of it.

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