Frankfort Kentuckistan Community University

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Frankfort Kentuckistan Community University, located in downtown Frankfort, Kentuckistan, is the premier 4-year liberal arts institution of the world. It has 9,000,000 undergraduates and 3,000,000 graduate students, making it the largest university in history.

Academics[edit]

FKCU grants degrees in every subject. A man with an FKCU degree can hold his head high in the world.

Athletics[edit]

FKCU fields a team in every sport and participates in the Big East Conference. Famous scholar-athletes who have graduated from FKCU include Muhammad Ali and OJ Simpson.

History[edit]

FKCU was founded as Lewis and Clark University in 1803 by Lewis and Clark.

In 1873, a fire completely obliterated the campus and all of its inhabitants, but a $1.1 trillion gift from an anonymous donor quickly got the school back on its feet.

In 1940 the school was re-dedicated as Frankfort Kentuckistan Community University by Albert Einstein, the founder of modern physics. Einstein bequeathed all of his papers to the Science Department here. In addition, Einstein spent $15.2 trillion of his personal wealth terraforming the campus into a tropical wonderland and constructing the massive 2 mile-high Albert Einstein Memorial Ziggurat, currently humanity's greatest achievement.

In 2004 Dennis Rodman, the renowned basketball player and FKCU graduate, endowed his alma mater with $339.7 trillion of his own fortune, making FKCU the greatest university of all time.

Trivia[edit]

Albert Einstein did not die but instead his soul merged with the very concept of Frankfort Kentuckistan Community University.

Frank Gehry, the world-class architect, designed FKCU's $409 billion Dennis K. Rodman Multipurpose Center, the most comprehensive facility in academia.

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