Kent State University Campuses

Students at the Ashtabula Campus

Kent State at Ashtabula

Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Kent State University at Ashtabula is conveniently located between Cleveland, Erie and Youngstown. The northern-most campus of Kent State offers a variety of courses and both bachelor’s and associate degree programs for more than 2,000 students. Proud home to Ashtabula County’s only accredited nursing degree program and Ohio’s only wine degree program.

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Kent State at East Liverpool

Kent State University at East Liverpool is just off state Route 11. The campus includes Purinton Hall, the Mary Patterson Building, and the Locke House, a training facility for Occupational Therapy Assistant students. Combined with Kent State University at Salem, the Columbiana County campuses offer 26 degree programs and serve more than 2,900 students annually.

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Students in class on the Geauga campus

Kent State at Geauga

The Geauga Campus in Burton is the only institution of higher learning in one of the fastest growing counties in the state of Ohio. Along with the Twinsburg Academic Center, the campuses serve over 2400 students providing quality academic instruction in degrees that meet the regional need.

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Kent Campus

The Kent Campus is ideally situated in Northeast Ohio, amid rolling terrain dotted by spring-fed lakes. Yet big city enthusiasts are only a short drive from four major urban centers, with airports offering access to the nation and the world. The beautifully landscaped campus comprises 950 acres and 131 buildings. The focal point is the University Center with its spacious Risman Plaza, flanked by both the 12-story library and the Kent Student Center.

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Kent State at Salem

Kent State University at Salem is located on more than 100 beautiful acres. Centofanti Hall, the health and sciences wing, features state-of-the-art nursing and radiology labs, a lecture hall, biology lab, chemistry lab and classrooms. The City Center, is located in downtown Salem. Combined with Kent State University at East Liverpool, the Columbiana County campuses offer 26 degree programs and serve more than 2,900 students annually.

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Kent State at Stark

Located on 200 acres near Canton, Kent State University at Stark is Kent State's largest Regional Campus and has been serving Stark County and the surrounding area for 73 years. As Stark County's only public university, Kent State Stark offers 21 bachelor's degrees, one master's degree, three associate degrees, one graduate certificate, and 37 minors, as well as the opportunity to complete general education coursework toward any undergraduate program at Kent State University.

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Kent State student at Trumbull campus

Kent State at Trumbull

Kent State University at Trumbull combines the best of a large university experience and a small liberal arts college, while providing access to academic, economic and cultural advancement. A part of the eight-campus network of Kent State University, Kent State University at Trumbull offers 11 bachelor’s degrees, 14 associate degrees, one master’s degree, 10 minors and one certificate, as well as general education coursework toward any undergraduate program offered by Kent State. The campus sits on 347 acres with four academic buildings occupying over 268,000 square feet, while also boasting a two-acre natural resource in Lake Anne.

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Students on the Tuscarawas campus

Kent State at Tuscarawas

Located on 180 acres in New Philadelphia, Kent State University at Tuscarawas boasts a vibrant and friendly atmosphere with an enrollment of nearly 2,100 students served through credit programming and 4,500 individuals served through noncredit courses offered by the Office of Business and Community Services. Students can complete 11 bachelor's, 17 associate degrees and certificate programs.

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