Virtual Tours of KSU Facilities
Curious about classrooms in our academic buildings or wondering what your residence hall looks like? Or just want to discover new spaces on campus? Explore many of Kent State's buildings and facilities in our 3D, 360-degree tours.
Kent Campus Hot Spots
Kent Student Center
The Kent Student Center is located in the heart of campus, providing a space to study, socialize, hold meetings and host events. Dining options and the KSU Bookstore are also found here.
The University Library was voted the best place to study on campus for five consecutive years. Amenities include a computer lab, study rooms and lounges, exercise bikes to use while reading, 3-D printers and a Starbucks.
The Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center (MACC or MAC Center) is the bustling hub for intercollegiate athletics and serves as a multi-purpose arena.
Student Recreation and Wellness Center
The Beverly J. Warren Student Recreation and Wellness Center features 153,000 square feet of state-of-the-art fitness amenities including machines, free weights, a running track, basketball courts, a lap and leisure pool, and so much more!
Design Innovation (DI) Hub
The DI Hub is an open-access collaborative space with state-of-the-art amenities, including laser cutters, 3D printers, CNC routers, wide format printers and kitchen spaces. Dining options are also available here.
Also known as the Auditorium Building, it houses Graduate Studies, the University Auditorium and many KSU offices and services. It is also a beautiful building to study in!
College of Aeronautics and Engineering
Aeronautics and Engineering Building
If you're a nursing student, you will spend most of your time here! This building features classrooms, an auditorium and state-of-the-art simulation labs.
FedEx Aeronautics Academic Center
Located at the KSU Airport just down the street in Stow, the building features classrooms, flight simulators and collaborative spaces.
College of Architecture and Environmental Design
College of Arts and Sciences
Integrated Sciences Building
Recently renovated, this building includes instructional spaces, research labs, study areas and open common areas for students.
Wick Poetry Center
Located in the historic May Prentice House, this upgraded building offers a state-of-the-art digital classroom, the Stan and Tom Wick Library, the Jo Woodward Reading Room, and a third-floor Poet’s Loft for quiet reflection.
Oscar Ritchie Hall
Named after Kent State's first Black faculty member, Oscar Ritchie Hall is the hub of academic life for African-American KSU students, offering student lounges, meeting spaces, lecture halls and classrooms.
College of Communication and Information
Home of the School of Media and Journalism, here you will find the Black Squirrel Radio studio, a digital TV studio and control room, a virtual reality lab, a newsroom, several editing suites and so much more.
In addition to a signature gallery, photography studios, the Creative Lab, a beautiful lounge, studio and classroom spaces, this building also houses the May 4 Visitors Center.
College of the Arts
Center for the Performing Arts
The Glauser School of Music and the School of Theatre and Dance are housed together in the Center for the Performing Arts.
Center for the Visual Arts
The Center for the Visual Arts is home to the School of Art and unites all School of Art disciplines under one roof.
Kent State University Fashion Museum
Here you will find works by many of the world’s great artists and extraordinary collections of historic dress, fashion, textiles and decorative arts.