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About the School:

Morehead State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. 211 degree programs are available on the two-year, four-year and graduate levels through four colleges (Caudill College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences; Elmer R. Smith College of Business and Technology; Ernst & Sara Lane Volgenau College of Education; and College of Science). The university offers a Doctoral degree in Education. 74% of the full-time faculty hold doctoral degrees. The average class size is 18. The student body represents 116 Kentucky counties, 47 states and 19 foreign countries. MSU supports its missions of teaching, applied research and public service through an annual budget of more than $140 million. Grants and contracts from external sources for research, service and academic/student support projects generate more than $17 million each year. Annual private gifts to the university average $3 million annually. It was the first institution in Kentucky to offer a complete degree program online, the Master of Business Administration (MBA). MSU is 1 of 5 institutions in the U.S. with a bachelor's degree in space science. The university has erected a space tracking system in partnership with NASA. The second component of the Space Science Center opened in 2009—a $16.6 million instruction and research support facility. MSU claims the state's best computer-student ratio in its computer laboratories, as well as offering students a program to lease university owned laptops while enrolled. Nearly 70,000 persons have received degrees from MSU.

Laptop Programs:

Morehead State University has a limited number of laptops that can be loaned or granted to students on an emergency basis through the end of the semester. To determine if you are eligible to have a loaner/grant laptop shipped to you, email [email protected] with a description of your circumstances.Remember that you may be able to borrow a laptop, desktop, ipad/tablet, or other device from a friend or family member, especially if they have recently upgraded and have an older device available.