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UK welcomes largest incoming class

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The University of Kentucky welcomed the largest incoming class in its history, comprised of 5,396 incoming freshmen, who began their college career the fall 2019 semester. The following Jessamine County students are part of the 1,661 incoming freshmen in UK’s College of Arts and Sciences:

Quinton Carr of Nicholasville; Sarah Yaacoub of Nicholasville; Jared Baker of Wilmore; Jasmine Duvall of Nicholasville; Kinsey Cruse of Nicholasville; Haroon Ali of Nicholasville; Anthony Kelly of Nicholasville; Morgan Pontrich of Nicholasville; Elizabeth McCauley of Nicholasville; Hafsa Arshad of Nicholasville; Michael Naughton of Wilmore; Tavian Taylor-Carter of Nicholasville; Hannah Smith of Nicholasville; Robert Beckham of Nicholasville; Kaylee Becknell of Nicholasville; Landry Byrd of Nicholasville; John Corum of Nicholasville; Emily Coughlin of Nicholasville; Rose Davila of Wilmore; Peter Nielsen of Nicholasville; Cade Price of Nicholasville; Davis Tursany of Nicholasville; Alexis Weddle of Nicholasville; Grayson Welch of Nicholasville; Ashton Holt of Nicholasville; Owen Anderson of Nicholasville; Kaylee Alsip of Nicholasville; Mark Owen of Nicholasville; Noah Grimes of Nicholasville; Gordon Scherer, III of Nicholasville; Nathaniel Huffman of Nicholasville.

University of Kentucky students come from all 120 counties of the Commonwealth, all 50 states, and more than 100 countries. UK is ranked among the top 10 percent of public institutions for research expenditures – a tangible symbol of the breadth and depth of discoveries that have changed lives and communities.