FRANKFORT — Kentucky State University (KSU) is set to expand its programmatic offerings to include the community and beyond by delivering a palette of attractive new courses.
Inaugural Gus and Gertrude Ridgel Innovation and Service Award holds special meaning for Dr. Cynthia Shelton
The inaugural Gus and Gertrude Ridgel Innovation and Service Award is special in its
own right. The couple, who the award is named after, are cornerstones of Kentucky
The Kentucky State University Division of Fine Arts will host visiting evaluators from the National Association of Schools of Music on April 23-25.
FRANKFORT — Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III will be the speaker at Kentucky State University’s
128th Commencement. This year’s commencement will be held at 9 a.m. on May 13 at
Hip-hop artist, social activist Devine Carama examines the power of words at Poetry Month Convocation
FRANKFORT — Hip-hop artist and social activist Devine Carama visited Kentucky State
University (KSU) to share his knowledge on the power of words as part of the Poetry
FRANKFORT — Kentucky State University (KSU) is partnering with the Foundation for
Student Success, which is hosted by The National Center for Higher Education Management
Systems (NCHEMS). The mission of
FRANKFORT — In response to serious threats of cuts to the federal funding of the bi-partisan
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), Dr. Gavin Washington, of Kentucky State University’s
Kentucky State University (KSU) success coach Sophia Lynn Rucker has not only written a cookbook to help families create quick meals but also to help children with autism.
On April 6, 2017, Whitney Young Center Global Leadership (WYC) had the opportunity to host leaders in higher education from seven different South and Central American countries.
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky State University Board of Regents held a special meeting
on Friday, April 14 at the Academic Services Building. The members discussed the presidential
contract and board