About Kent State Trumbull
Welcome to Kent State University at Trumbull
Kent State University at Trumbull is proud to have called Trumbull County its home over the past six decades.
An open-admission campus of over 3,000 students, the campus sits on 438 acres with three academic building occupying over 246,000 square feet, while also boasting a two-acre natural resource in Lake Anne.
At Kent State Trumbull, students are able to complete any one of over 24 different associate or bachelor's degrees, or begin coursework for any of the more than 280 academic programs offered by Kent State. Additionally, Kent State Trumbull offers a master's degree program in Public Health.
The campus is also home to the Ohio Basic Police Academy and a Corrections Training Facility. Kent State Trumbull is part of the eight-campus network of Kent State University, a Doctoral Research University-Extensive Institution.
Kent State Trumbull combines the best of a major university and a small liberal arts college, while providing access to academic, economic and cultural advancement.
Learn more about Dr. Wanda E. Thomas, associate provost for Kent State system integration, dean of the Regional College, and interim dean of Kent State Trumbull, Dr. Daniel Palmer, assistant dean, and Dr. James Ritter, director, enrollment management and student services.
As of 2014, Kent State Trumbull boasts 124 faculty, the majority of which hold a master's degree or higher in their field, allowing dedicated professors to work closely with students to help them achieve success inside the classroom, and beyond. Read about some of the great research and other work being done by members of our faculty.