Other U.S. Academic Locations

Kent State is committed to providing students with a world of opportunities.

Opportunities that enrich their classroom experiences, encourage their personal growth and give them an edge in an innovation-driven, truly global work environment.  This commitment includes a wide variety of learning experiences that extend a Kent State education far beyond the university’s eight campuses. Whether students take advantage of the university’s academic locations in Northeast Ohio, the Big Apple or Europe’s grandest capitals, they come away with invaluable real-world knowledge and skills. 

Architecture students work on building models in the workspace at the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative in the Playhouse Square area of downtown Cleveland.

The Kent State University - Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative (KSU CUDC)

The Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative provides real-world learning opportunities for Kent State students and allows the Urban Design Center staff to provide design services to the entire region served by Kent State's eight campuses, with a particular emphasis on sustained relationships with Cleveland’s community development corporations and the network of non-profit organizations supporting them.


photo of Kent State College of Podiatric Medicine

Kent State's College of Podiatric Medicine (KSU CPM)

Located in Independence, Ohio, and formerly the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine (OCPM), KSU College of Podiatric Medicine is one of nine accredited podiatry colleges in the United States and is a four-year, graduate level medical college, granting the degree of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine.


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Kent State's School of Fashion - The NYC Studio

The NYC Studio provides Kent State students the opportunity for full semester study in New York City during the Fall and Spring terms. All participants are required to sign up for NY Study Tour; which includes visits to fashion, arts, and cultural-related sites; presents guest speakers from the industry; and provides students with a general orientation to the city.


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The Kent State University Twinsburg Academic Center in Twinsburg, Ohio

Was once a satellite campus of the Geauga Campus in Burton, Ohio. The Center was established in 1991 at the Daimler Chrysler Stamping Plant in Twinsburg. In 1995, Daimler Chrysler opened the UAW Training Center, on the corner of Rt. 91 and Rt. 82 in the "Old School." At that point, a wide range of Kent State classes were offered at that location to the community.  Due to the continuing interest in higher education in this area and increasing enrollment, a new state-of-the-art facility opened its doors at 2745 Creekside Drive, just a half mile from the previous location, in the fall 2012.  This new Twinsburg Academic Center offers quality coursework expected of a research institution. The a low faculty-to-student ratio and outstanding student support services fortify student success in and out of the classroom.