JUNE 9–22, 2019
Welcome to horse country, home of the thoroughbreds, where students will experience life on campus while learning about the many aspects of animal science and veterinary medicine. The program will stimulate and promote students’ interest in and knowledge of veterinary medicine through a series of hands-on, experiential activities, such as animal dissection, venipuncture of goats, field trips to a horse farm and a dairy farm, and a behind-the-scenes tour of a local zoo. These experiences are facilitated by university professionals, veterinarians, and other specialists from various agricultural and animal science industries.
Founded in 1887, Kentucky State University (KSU) is a historically black college that is strengthened by both its liberal arts and 1890 land-grant missions. Although KSU is the smallest of Kentucky’s public universities, with a student enrollment of about 2,700 students, the school takes pride in its legacy of achievement. KSU affords access to and prepares a diverse student population of traditional and nontraditional students to compete in a multifaceted, ever-changing global society. With a strong focus on student-centered learning, the university integrates teaching, research, and service through high-quality undergraduate and select graduate programs.