Kentucky State University releases 2017-2020 Quadrennial President’s Report
As 2020 draws to a close, Kentucky State University recently released the 2017-2020 Quadrennial President’s Report, which highlights the growth and achievements of the University since President M. Christopher Brown II began his tenure in May 2017.
“The blueprint for advancing Kentucky State forward is held up by four pillars of success — access, academics, agriculture and athletics. This Quadrennial Report highlights the contributions, several of the activities and events of how we are setting higher expectations each year,” President Brown said in the report.
The report charts Kentucky State’s enrollment, retention and financial growth since
President Brown’s arrival. Initiatives such as reduced tuition, free laptops for incoming
freshmen and the establishment of University College and Pre-College Academy illustrate
Kentucky State’s continuous work to advance the Commonwealth of Kentucky and enhance
Click here to view the 2017-2020 Quadrennial President’s Report.