Facts & Figures
FOUNDED IN 1958
Kent State University at Ashtabula is part of a major research university, but looks and feels like a small, private college. On the shores of Lake Erie, the northernmost campus of Kent State's eight-campus system is centrally located between Cleveland, Erie, and Youngstown.
Students can complete any one of 27 available Associate and Bachelor Degrees. There are also Professional Completion Programs and Certificate Programs available. To see a complete list of all of the Degrees and Programs that Kent State University at Ashtabula has to offer, please visit the Majors and Degrees section of this website.
Top Areas of Study (by % of student body)
- Nursing (ADN & BSN) - 18%
- Technical and Applied Studies - 8%
- Business (BBA & AAB) - 5%
- Physical Therapist Assistant - 5%
- Communications (All concentrations) - 5%
- 67% Female, 33% Male
- 65% Traditional-aged (under 25), 35% Non-traditional (25 & over)
- Student/Faculty Ratio of 15:1
- Average Class Size of 22 Students
- Lab Work
- Field Work
- Education Abroad
- Community Service Projects
- 85% of undergraduates receive financial assistance
- Over $238,000 in scholarships awarded during the 2018-19 academic year
- Fall semester runs August - December
- Spring semester runs January - May
- There are four (4) Summer sessions that run May - August (Intersession, three weeks; Summer I, five weeks; Summer II, eight weeks; and Summer III, five weeks)
Kent State University at Ashtabula has four buildings; Main Hall, the Library, the Bookstore Building, and Robert S. Morrison Hall for Health and Science.