A bill has advanced through committee in Kentucky’s House of Representatives that, if passed by both chambers will grant Kentucky State University $23 million in fake bailout money and will cost the institution its autonomy and future as a sustainable historically Black institution.
The department has been uneven in recent years at data keeping for default rates, which has been scrutinized for lacking context on the raw numbers associated with graduation or attrition rates.
Kentucky State University sent its graduates off with a performance by its marching band in the midst of the graduate processional. HBCU presidents have long wrestled with how to walk […]
Kentucky State makes another big splash in athletics, tapping a former NFL assistant coach to lead the Thorobred football program.
John L. Smith, a former BCS head football coach who made the rare transition to the HBCU Division II ranks, has parted ways with Kentucky State University. Smith’s contract will […]
Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II discusses the school’s political and social realities, and the challenges and opportunities for the HBCU sector at large.
Several historically black colleges and universities are claiming new spots on the controversial list of the nation’s best institutions as ranked by the US News and World Report. The annual […]
Six years ago, Alcorn State University named Jay Hopson as its football coach. The Mississippi native was the first white head football coach in Braves history, and in the history […]
Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II received a four-year contract extension this afternoon, with officials citing growth and increased awareness of the institution just over a year after […]