Complete Your Degree

According to a recent study, 72% of jobs in the U.S. will require postsecondary education and/or training by 2031.*

Finish your degree at Murray State

If you started your college career at Murray State, but never earned your degree, the Racers Finish degree completion program may be right for you. Request information to get connected with dedicated faculty and staff ready to support your goals and find the program that works for you.

Who can participate in the Racers Finish degree completion program?

  • Former Murray State students
  • Ages 25 to 64
  • Who have completed at least 60 credit hours
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Why should you finish your degree at Murray State?

  • 100% online options or in-person at the Murray campus and regional campuses in Fort Campbell, Henderson, Hopkinsville, Madisonville and Paducah
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Earn credit for significant life and work experience in the Bachelor of Integrated Studies program
  • Undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, associate and certificate programs

Are you ready to complete your degree?

Featured online degree options

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What our students say


“I knew I needed to complete my degree to boost my personal confidence and advance professionally. With the help of my advisor, I was able to carve a path that better aligned with my life goals.”

Hugo Organista2023 graduate


Are you ready to finish your degree?

Request information and we'll connect you with dedicated staff who can help you find the program that's right for you.

Not a former Murray State student? If you have 60 or more college credit hours, let us know and we can help you complete your degree. We are in the race with you to finish. Call 270.809.4150 to learn more.


Contact Us

Center for Adult and Regional Education

(Central Office)

313 Lowry Center, Murray, KY 42071

Toll Free: 1.800.669.7654

Natalie Thurmond



We are finishers. We are graduates. We are Racers.

* A November 2023 study by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce indicates that by 2031,  72% of jobs in the U.S. will require postsecondary education and/or training.

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