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Record enrollment at Fayette County Public Schools

Superintendent Manny Caulk says Fayette County Public Schools has at least 650 more students this year.

UofL’s freshman class includes more out-of-state students

Of the nearly 2,800 incoming students, the University of Louisville says 22 percent are from outside Kentucky.

Scandals haven’t tarnished enrollment efforts so far at UofL

Statistics show that the University of Louisville's enrollment and growth have been relatively unscathed so far during a series of scandals at the school.

Increased enrollment numbers leaves campus housing shortage at KSU

KSU says enrollment numbers increased by 162%, leaving them with a campus housing shortage.

Health insurance enrollment begins Tuesday, without kynect

State officials say Kentuckians shopping for health insurance on the exchange should expect higher prices and fewer choices during the open enrollment period.

Enrollment in dual credit courses at EKU doubles in three years

Enrollment in dual credit courses at Eastern Kentucky University has approximately doubled in three years.

Senior Program Enrollment – God’s Pantry Food Bank 7-13

Marian Guinn, of God's Pantry Food Bank, joins ABC 36's Doug High to talk about upcoming enrollment for seniors in the Commodity Supplemental Food Program, happening Friday, July 15th.

Reports: KY college enrollment remains steady

Two reports released Thursday from the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics (KCEWS) include feedback on recent graduates from Kentucky’s public high schools and their transition to college in the first year.

Dec. 15 deadline for Jan.1 coverage on Kynect

Governor Steve Beshear reminded Kentuckians in need of health care coverage to check out the variety of options available on kynect and choose a plan by Dec. 15 for a Jan. 1 effective date.

Beshear urges people to check out options on kynect

A new enrollment period is about to start for Kentuckians searching for coverage through the state's online health insurance marketplace.

Enrollment starts for 2016 roadside farm market program

The season for Kentucky's roadside farm markets is continuing, but plans are under way for next year's market season.

UK’s freshman class exceeds 5,000 for second straight year

The University of Kentucky's freshman class has surpassed 5,000 students for the second straight year.

Kentucky college enrollment inches upward

Two new reports from the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics shows more high school graduates are going to college, and those that go are more prepared for the academic challenges.

Enrollment period signs up 158,000 for health care

More than 158,000 Kentuckians signed up for private health insurance or Medicaid coverage during the state's health benefit exchange open enrollment period that ended Sunday.

2015 open enrollment for kynect ends Feb. 15

The deadline to enroll for healthcare coverage through kynect is midnight Sunday, Feb. 15.

Angel Tree Enrollment Begins Tuesday For Fayette Co. Residents

Residents of Fayette County can apply this week to take part in the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program.

Health Exchange Enrollment Tops 40,000

Over 40,000 people have enrolled on the Kynect Health Exchange.

Health Exchange Enrollment Tops 40,000

Over 40,000 people have enrolled on the Kynect Health Exchange.

Update: 26,000 Kentuckians Health Insurance

The state says 26,000 more Kentuckians now have health coverage. It says that's how many people have enrolled in the Kentucky health exchange since it started October 1st.

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