Northern Kentucky University will celebrate more than 5,000 graduates with five in-person ceremonies, the first such commencement events since December 2019.
Northern Kentucky University announced that it will expand its Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with the addition of a fully online program.
Northern Kentucky women's basketball player Kailey Coffey has been named to the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar Athlete Team.
Northern Kentucky University’s Dr. Gannon Tagher and Dr. Yaw Frimpong-Mansoh have been named to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) 2021 Emerging Leaders Program.
Northern Kentucky women's basketball announced the addition of Louisville native and Georgia State transfer Joelle Johnson.
Northern Kentucky men's basketball added North Dakota transfer Seybian Sims, the program announced Wednesday.
Northern Kentucky women's basketball announced the departure of three players and the return of another on Wednesday.
Northern Kentucky men's basketball announced the signing of Chris Brandon, a transfer from Detroit Mercy with two years of eligibility remaining.
Northern Kentucky University is challenging regional college students to pitch their big idea on how to get accurate and timely COVID-19 vaccination information to medically underserved communities
Northern Kentucky University has the tenth-best human resources program in the nation according to Study.com, a personalized learning platform.
Northern Kentucky University Chase College of Law is expanding its master of legal studies degree with a fully online digital law and technology track.
Northern Kentucky University School of the Arts will present a live, outdoor concert on April 22 and 23 at the P&G Pavilion at Yeatman's Cove.
Northern Kentucky University's Institute for Health Innovation (IHI) announced its spring 2021 cohort for its health innovation-based accelerator program, SoCap Accelerate.
The university has classes on campus and also plans to host in-person graduation ceremonies indoors this spring, but Northern Kentucky University's School of the Arts (SOTA) announced Monday that i
Northern Kentucky University and Campbell County Skills U announced a new GED-based scholars program to help students earn college credit at a lower cost while completing their high school diploma