Kent State University comprises eight unique campuses, various college academic programs and many graduate and interdisciplinary programs. Kent State has served as a leading regional university for Northeast Ohio since its inception as a normal school in 1910.
Kent State has produced the most graduates of any of the universities in Northeast Ohio and is considered a major economic engine for the region with close to a $2 billion economic impact reported in 2010. A better tomorrow starts with bold leaders. Our administration members are a crucial part of ensuring Kent State stays the golden path.
The president, along with the Kent State University Board of Trustees, oversees the functions of executive officers who manage the university’s divisions.
Learn more about executive officers, administrators and deans that make Kent State University one of the top universities in Ohio.
The organizational structure of academic and administrative units at Kent State University.