Resources

Student & Teacher Resources

The following is a list of resources for students seeking college access, as well as educators who wish to apply for KY AHED grants:

KY AHED Best Practices

KY AHED is committed to providing higher educational opportunities to students in Eastern Kentucky. The program focuses on higher education access efforts as identified in significant studies of:
  • College attendance rates
  • High school graduation rates
  • Bachelor degrees awarded in Eastern Kentucky
Studies in these areas reveal a significant disparity between those in the population who recognize the importance of higher education and those who enroll in college. In an effort to address barriers to college enrollment, KY AHED provides funding to Appalachian Kentucky public high schools on a competitive basis to develop and implement expanded strategies for improving access to college for high school students. These programs specifically target students who do not consider postsecondary education an option.
Funded programs explore student career interests, educate students about college and financial aid options, demystify the college experience and build a "going-to-college" attitude. Activities include:
  • Campus visits to colleges, universities and technical schools
  • Parent workshops
  • College and career fairs
  • Motivational speakers
  • Teacher and staff visits to schools & industry
  • Networking opportunities
  • Informative displays and bulletin boards

  • Forms & Reports

  • 2014-15 Data Shell Form
  • 2014-15 Interim Report
  • Morehead (Residential Campus)
    150 University Blvd., Morehead, KY 40351
    1-800-585-6781
  • MSU at Ashland
    1400 College Drive, Ashland, KY 41101
    800-648-5370
  • MSU at Mt. Sterling
    3400 Indian Mound Drive, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353
    859-499-0780
  • MSU at Prestonsburg
    6 Bert Combs Drive, Prestonsburg, KY 41653
    800-648-5372
  • MSU at West Liberty
    155 University Drive, West Liberty, KY 41472
    606-743-1500
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