University of Kentucky
The University of Kentucky is one of the top colleges in Kentucky and has over 70 nationally ranked academic programs. It is a public research university based in Lexington. Several of the university’s programs have earned the top spot in their category in prestigious national publications, including the Clinical Psychology Program, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Hispanic Studies. The university’s UK Chandler Medical Center has one of only two major trauma centers in the state and handles many severely injured patients each year. To see more about the programs offered at the University, visit www.uky.edu or call 859-257-9000.
Eastern Kentucky University
Eastern Kentucky University offers general and liberal arts programs and professional and pre-professional training from its campus in Richmond. The school has a rich history, originally established in 1906 and offering a fine education to students in the Bluegrass area for over 100 years. Eastern Kentucky University is also known as one of the best schools to work for, and it helps many students afford their education through campus-based work opportunities. To discover if Eastern Kentucky University is right for you, visit www.eku.edu or call 859-622-3884.
Western Kentucky University
Western Kentucky University offers a quality education from one of the nation’s most beautiful campuses in Bowling Green, Kentucky. In addition to the 200-acre main campus, the school, which has a thriving agricultural department, as a 785 acre University Farm. Western Kentucky University’s Ogden College of Engineering and Science is known for its excellent research, earning national research awards most years. The school has around 88 undergraduate majors for students to choose from. Visit www.wku.edu or call 270-745-0111 to learn more.
University of Louisville
The University of Louisville is among the top colleges in Kentucky and has 11 colleges and schools on three campuses centered around the Louisville area. The state supported research university has an excellent health education program situated at the University of Louisville Hospital. The school has its roots in medical education, but today offers over 170 fields of study in most fields. To find out all of the programs offered at the University of Louisville, visit www.louisville.edu or call 800-334-UOFL.
Northern Kentucky University
Situated not far from Cincinnati in Highland Heights, Kentucky, Northern Kentucky University caters to students in both Ohio and Kentucky. The school currently offers 70 bachelor’s degrees, six associate degrees, 20 graduate programs, two doctoral programs, and 30 graduate certificates. The teacher education, nursing, human resources management and services, marketing, and psychology programs are some of the most popular offered by Northern Kentucky University. Call 859-572-1400 or visit www.nku.edu to learn more.