Kentucky State University

Kentucky State Installs Brown as New President

Oct 23, 2017
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky State University has formally installed M. Christopher Brown II as its president.

The State Journal reports that Brown explained more of his plans Friday during a ceremony that brought him on board as the university's 18th president.


Judge: University Should Let AG View Documents

Oct 17, 2017

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A judge has ordered Kentucky State University to let the attorney general examine some documents about alleged sexual misconduct of some of the school's employees.

The University of Kentucky's student newspaper asked to see the records last year. 

Mold Concerns Close KSU Dorm

Oct 10, 2016

Kentucky State University officials are temporarily closing a residence hall to address mold issues.  The closing affects some 90 students on the Frankfort campus.

Mold had been discovered late last week in some dormitory rooms of Chandler Residence Hall.  Upon further inspection, KSU officials decided to close the entire building for cleaning.  Students are being moved out and permanently housed in Combs Hall. 

Kentucky State University on Eastern Standard

Feb 15, 2016

The president of Kentucky State University says his institution cannot withstand funding cuts in Governor Matt Bevin’s budget.

On this week’s EST, we’ll discuss the 130-year-old historically black college, it’s past and current role in the Commonwealth and it’s future in light of the proposed cuts.


KSU Budget Proposal Includes Cuts to Faculty, Staff

Jun 1, 2015

Kentucky State University President Raymond Burse has outlined plans for next year's $45.8 million operating budget.

A group of students at Kentucky State University is working on a project that could help small scale Kentucky farmers generate additional income.  Farm ponds could prove to offer farmers more financial options.

Former Kentucky State University President Raymond Burse has been chosen by the school's board of regents to return to the post he left 25 years ago.

Burse has been interim president since July 1 following the retirement of Mary Evans Sias from the historically black college.

Kentucky State University says 70 percent of the students who were dropped for nonpayment are back at school.