Kentucky State University’s 882-acre campus includes more than 50 buildings. This includes a 204-acre agricultural research farm and a 306-acre environmental education center. The University recently purchased the former Federal Building in Downtown Frankfort, which is now called KSU’s Downtown Annex. The building most recently housed Frankfort’s public library.
Our Campus Map (PDF) shows the main campus, which sits in the heart of Frankfort – just four miles from Interstate 64 – at 400 E. Main Street, Frankfort, Kentucky.
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