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Faculty & Mentors

Why teach with Eagle Scholars? You get to give students a headstart on their college degrees and offer academic challenges that will help them succeed.

"The Eagle Scholars Program provides educational opportunities to all students in the Commonwealth, promoting equity in a beneficial and lasting way. My students have excelled over the years as they learn to meet and exceed high expectations in a meaningful and caring learning environment and earn college credit while in high school."

Kayla Stafford (MSU Class of 2004, 2008, 2021)

Eagle Scholar English Instructor
Rowan County Senior High School

Faculty Forms & Training

  1. Complete FERPA training.
  2. Complete and submit the FERPA form to MSU's Office of Information Technology.
  3. Activate your MyMoreheadState account.
  4. Familiarize yourself with MyMoreheadState where you will find your course roster and submit grades.

Mentor Information

The Eagle Scholar faculty mentor is an MSU faculty member assigned to collaborate and communicate with Eagle Scholar faculty teaching at our partner high schools. The mentoring position is designed to improve communication between the high schools and the academic departments, ensure academic rigor and course quality, and represent and promote the University.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Visit the high school classroom at least once per semester.
  • Participate in the summer training workshop for MSU mentors and MSU Eagle Scholar faculty.
  • Provide an orientation to the curriculum, teaching materials and general education assessment requirements (if applicable) for each course taught by Eagle Scholar faculty.
  • Serve as a departmental liaison that addresses common academic processes.
  • Provide feedback that will assist in assessing and improving the Eagle Scholar mentoring program.
  • Adhere to government guidelines and policies.
  • Perform other job-related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

"I can attest to the value of these courses. Not only have these students earned significant college credits by the time they graduate high school, but they also gain valuable insight into college-level expectations and coursework."

Scott Osborn (MSU Class of 1999)

Eagle Scholar English Instructor
Lawrence County High School

Contact Information

Eagle Scholars

407 Ginger Hall
Morehead, KY

PHONE: 606-783-2594
FAX: 606-783-9103