New gift commitments in FY16 totaled $29,482,652 from 20,396 donors.
Changing the credit hour plateau from 11-16 credit hours to 12-18 credit hours generated $4.7 million in cost savings to students.
Advance refunding of general receipt bonds will result in savings of more than $12 million over a 15-year period.
A second phase of the energy conservation project will generate annual energy savings of approximately $2.3 million and annual positive cash flow of $795,000.
Kent State University was named a "Best College to Work For" for the seventh time by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
We celebrated the grand opening of the Stark Campus Science and Nursing Building in August, 2015.
We broke ground for the Integrated Sciences Building in October and placed the last beam in August.
We celebrated the grand opening of the Center for Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement on June 3, 2016.
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