Kent State University at Geauga and the Twinsburg Academic Center meet students where they are. Both campus locations are embedded in the local communities and provide a world-class education at an affordable price, close to home, offering more than 20 career-oriented associate and bachelor’s degree programs that help students achieve their life goals.
Geauga Campus Renovations - The Geauga Campus in Burton will be undergoing facility improvement projects beginning in 2022. The facility improvements will include constructing a nursing skills lab and instructional space, a student learning commons, and enhancing exterior signage.
Faculty Scholarship – Kent State Geauga and Twinsburg Academic Center established the Faculty Scholarship for faculty to support and encourage students by selecting and awarding scholarship support based on their academic potential and achievements.
Last Dollar Scholarship Fund – Many of our Kent State Geauga and Twinsburg Academic Center students find themselves in an emergency financial situation due to various personal, family or employment-related strains. This need-based fund allows the campus to meet the immediate financial needs to help students stay in school and on track to earning a degree.
Rising Scholars Fund – Kent State University established the Rising Scholars program to work with local students in grades 7-12. Rising Scholars focuses on students who will be first-generation college students. They have the academic talent, but need additional support and guidance from current Kent State students to learn how to prepare for, access and navigate the collegiate experience. Upon completion of the program, students are offered full tuition to a Kent State regional campus. This fund assists in providing scholarships and program dollars.
Berkshire Promise Scholarship – Supports Berkshire School District students interested in taking classes at the Geauga Campus in Burton. The campus has a longtime relationship with the school district. In 2020, the Berkshire School District broke ground for a new, state-of-the-art classroom building located on 27 acres of the Kent State University Geauga Campus. The university donated land to the district to honor the gift of land that Mr. BJ Shanower made to the university more than 50 years ago to create the Geauga Campus.