Kentucky State University

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Kentucky State University (KSU) is a public university for men and women. It is in Frankfort, Kentucky. The school was founded in 1886. Its original name was the State Normal School for Colored Persons.[1]

The university has four colleges. It offers four associate degrees, 55 undergraduate degrees and six post-graduate programs.[2]

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  1. "Kentucky State University". KSU. Retrieved Mar 3, 2016.
  2. "Academic Programs". KSU. Retrieved Mar 3, 2016.