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Hill, Carl M.
Hill was president of Kentucky State College, 1962-1975; he added four undergraduate departments, a gradate school, a special Black Collection to the library. Under his leadership, the school became Kentucky State University. Hill had the second longest tenure as president of Kentucky Sate University. The Carl M. Hill Student Center is named in his honor. For more see The Fascinating Story of Black Kentuckians, by A. A. Dunnigan.
Subjects: Education and Educators
Geographic Region: Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky