Morehead State University is a public, 4-year university located in Morehead, KY in the northeastern section of the state. Founded as Morehead Normal School in 1887; the school’s name was changed to Morehead State Teachers College in 1930 and achieved university status in 1966 after dropping “Teachers” from its name. Adjacent to the Daniel Boone National Forest. The sprawling 700 acre campus includes the 320-acre Derrickson Agricultural Complex and 166-acres of the Browning Orchard. A portion of the campus is on the National Register of Historic Places. The main campus buildings, arrayed around a large L-shaped quad, are largely traditional collegiate red brick architecture. Among the list of notable alumni are former NFL quarterback Phil Simms and TV game show host Chuck Woolery.