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Mon January 27, 2014
KSU Drops Students For Overdue Bills
Kentucky State University President Mary Sias is standing behind a decision to drop 202 students due to nonpayment.
The State Journal reports that KSU President Mary Sias told the Board of Regents last week that the move was necessary. She said 925 students owed money on Jan. 14 when 813 students were dropped from courses. Most of those students were reinstated after paying their balances or making payments on an installment plan. Sias says many of those not reinstated by the school owed large sums of money and had low GPAs.