KSU: 70 Percent of Dropped Students Return to School

Kentucky State University
Kentucky State University has reported that 452 students who were dropped for nonpayment have been re-enrolled in classes.

On Wednesday, the college said the students found ways to either pay their balances in full or had registered for university payment plans.

Last week, KSU said it planned to drop 645 students for not paying their outstanding tuition debts.

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With 70 percent of those students now being cleared of their college debt or working on payments, the university reports that its current enrollment is 1,881.

KSU said 193 students with unpaid accounts have not been enrolled in any classes.