College Facilities

The Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine is situated on a 27 acre campus which provides state-of-the-art facilities for quality education, research, and patient care.

The 137,000 square foot Georgian building includes three, 150-seat lecture halls, high-tech anatomy, histology/microbiology, surgical skills, podiatric medical skills, radiology, research, and computer labs, as well as indoor/outdoor recreation facilities. The Cleveland Foot and Ankle Institute and local satellite clinics, all operated by the college, provide a solid base for clinical education while providing excellent podiatric care to the community.

Classrooms & Labs

The KSUCPM facilities were designed to provide our students with the best resources to promote their academic success.  The hi-tech campus and facilities allow KSUCPM students more flexibility in their learning. The entire campus has wireless Internet access. All lectures and labs are recorded digitally, so students can watch and listen to lessons and demonstrations whether they are in a classroom, the dining hall, home or in a hospital working on their externships.

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