Kentucky State University named a Best Regional College by The Princeton Review
Kentucky State University was recently once again named a Best Regional College in the Southeast by The Princeton Review.
The Princeton Review, according to its website, featured institutions it considers academically outstanding and well worth consideration during a college search.
Kentucky State’s profile is compiled in part from a survey of the university’s students.
Among Kentucky State’s highlights, students remark on small classes in a wide variety of courses; low-cost education to students who may not have otherwise had the opportunity; helpful professors who want students to succeed; an engaged student population involved in activities from sports to choir to band.
According to the publisher, the annual guide of best colleges – first published in 1992 – is intended to help prospective students and their families find schools that fit academically, socially and financially.