Founded in 1922, The Murray State University is a public university located in Murray, Kentucky. The university has multiple campuses, including its main campus in Calloway County and campuses in Paducah, Madisonville, Hopkinsville, and Henderson. There are four academic schools, two colleges, nine residence halls, and various recreational facilities on the main campus, which is 258.43 acres large. In total, there are around 9,500 students, and international students represent about 50 different countries. Hence, the campus is highly diverse, making it one of the best places to study abroad. From nursing to business administration, the university offers more than 146 programs along with 60 bachelor degree programs, 37 master’s degree programs, 3 doctoral degrees, 6 undergraduate certificates, 6 associate programs, 11 graduate certificates, and 3 specialist degrees. It is also top-ranked in research and innovation across the country. Over 170 student organizations are available, including environmental clubs, honor societies, and athletic teams for males and females. Some honorable alumni are Chuck Taylor, Ron Hopkins, and Mike Long.
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|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||USD 14,058 per academic year|
|Cost of Living/year||USD $14966|