FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Officials at Kentucky State University are gathering feedback from students, faculty and other stakeholders before naming a new president at the school.

Three finalists for president visited KSU's Frankfort campus between Feb. 28 and March 2. They were interviewed by the Board of Regents and participated in forums where they answered questions from faculty, staff, students and alumni.

The school says in a statement that it is gathering feedback through March 9 from interested parties on the final candidates in an effort to be inclusive and transparent in the process to select a new leader.

The three finalists for president are M. Christopher Brown of Southern University in Louisiana, Said Sewell of Lincoln University in Missouri and Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Thomas Colbert.