Master'sLargest Master's program at Kent State
Top 20Library and Information Studies programs by U.S. News & World Report
SuccessCommitted to helping our students succeed

The iSchool at Kent State University has been creating leaders in the profession for more than 60 years.

Our graduates are qualified to fill every conceivable role on the information spectrum — as library directors, knowledge managers, information architects, children's librarians, competitive research strategists, law librarians, health informatics experts, digital preservationists, usability analysts, museum collection specialists, network consultants and more.

  • Two iSchool alumni are presenting a workshop at the Information Architecture Conference (IAC) on how to utilize a Usage Maturity Matrix to assist with making information architecture decisions. Another iSchool alumna is a 2021 IAC Equity Scholarship recipient.

  • The College of Communication and Information stands in solidarity with Kent State University and condemns acts of hate and racism against Asian and Asian American communities. CCI is committed to the university’s mission of fostering a community that is safe and welcoming for all.

  • In 2018, Dr. Karen W. Gavigan was awarded the Jacqueline M. Albers Guest Scholar in Children's Literature Fellowship by the Reinberger's Children's Library Center. Now, she is collaborating with Dr. Kasey Garrison to share that research. The pair have just launched a website and are sharing their work at multiple conferences and in publications.

  • As executive director of OhioLINK, she will lead negotiations with publishers and information vendors to acquire shared electronic resources for OhioLINK’s 117 member libraries.

We're ranked in the Top 20 library and information studies programs by U.S. News & World Report.
We have the largest master’s degree program at Kent State.
We belong to the international iSchools alliance.