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MSU welcomes INSIGHT camp for 16th year


Morehead State welcomed 26 students from the Kentucky School for the Blind to campus June 5-9 for the 16th annual INSIGHT camp.

INSIGHT is a collaboration between MSU, Kentucky Office for the Blind, Kentucky School for the Blind (KSB), Kentucky Education Development Corporation (KEDC) and the KSB Charitable Foundation. The program is in its 16th year at MSU. The program is offered to students who have completed the 10th, 11th or 12th grade and gives them a real-world college experience, including living in a residence hall, attending academic classes, and practicing orientation and mobility skills in a campus environment.

For more information about INSIGHT, contact Program Coordinator Connie Hill at

To learn more about Disability Services at MSU, email Assistant Director of Student Services Misty Litton at or call 606-783-5188.

Photo Caption: Participants in the 2023 INSIGHT Camp at MSU. Front row, left to right: Valerie Alvarez from Louisville, Eric Echeverria from Louisville, Gracie Smith from Radcliff, Taveon Burks from Louisville, Abrianna Sanders from Lexington, Astrondria Theus from Radcliff, and Naomi Williams from Elizabethtown.

Second row, left to right: Analisa Stevenson from Louisville, Jesse Miracle from Middlesboro, Sarah Boyd from Langley, London Smith from Radcliff, Peyton Peskoe from Louisville, DJ Johnson from Vanceburg, Wyatt Neuendorf from Hardinsburg, Jordan Leslie from Louisville, and Emmanuel Grey from Danville.

Third row, left to right: Emily Lowe from Louisa, Jontae Moore from Louisville, Brandon Rister from Garrison, Jacob Adams from Ermine, Carsen Hartmann from Union, John Burns, Jr. from Louisville, Xavier Morgan from Essie, James Sparrow from Louisville, and London Henry from Louisville Not pictured is Ash Duncan from Lexington.

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