Undergraduate Admission: Other
Transient & Visiting Students
A student in good standing in an accredited college may be admitted to the University as a Transient/Visiting student. To be eligible for consideration, an applicant must submit an application, a letter of good standing, and a $30.00 application fee ($100.00 for international applications).
Transient status does not constitute admission or matriculation as a degree candidate. The transient is, however, subject to the same fees and regulations as a regular student except for the continuation-in-residence requirements.
Home – Schooled Students
A student with a home school diploma must submit the following in lieu of a high school transcript:
- A notarized statement from the home school teacher detailing the content of the student’s home school curriculum and the duration of such, and
- A copy of the student’s home school diploma.
Post – Baccalaureate Students
Students with an earned baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university who complete the regular application process, who desire to pursue a baccalaureate degree program at Kentucky State University, will be admitted to the University.
Kentucky residents, age 65 or older may complete the application, be admitted to the University and have all tuition and fees waived. The University may limit the enrollment of these students if classes are filled or if their admission necessitates additional classes.