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Kent State University: Geauga

Burton, OH


  • Type
    4-year • Public
  • Campus Life
    Small • Rural
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Kent State University: Geauga is a small, 4-year, public university. This coed college is located in a rural community in a rural setting and is primarily a commuter campus. It offers certificate, associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees.

From the Institution
The Kent State University Geauga Campus is centrally located on 87 acres of land in the approximate geographic center of Geauga County. Founded in 1964 and located in Burton, Ohio, it is 30 miles east of Cleveland, 25 miles north of Warren, and about 40 miles northeast of Kent. The Geauga Campus is the only institution of higher education in the third wealthiest county in Ohio. Geauga County is predominately rural with a growing population and a changing economic base. In 1990, the Geauga Campus began offering classes in the City of Twinsburg, in conjunction with Chrysler Corporation employees. The campus has continued its mission of providing higher education to the citizens of Twinsburg and surrounding cities. In 2012, the Twinsburg Academic Center was built and formally opened as a second location of the Geauga Campus. The Geauga Campus and Twinsburg Academic Center are financed through a single operating budget with staff and faculty frequently working at both locations. The two campuses are structured and operated with a focus on student success. Advising and tutoring are provided to assure all students have access to support services as needed. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 19:1, KSU Geauga effectively serves over 2,000 students each year. The Geauga Campus and Twinsburg Academic Center offers a wide range of certificate, associate and bachelor's degree programs, such as the BSN nursing degree program and Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education. Students also have the opportunity to begin coursework in more than 280 KSU undergraduate degree programs. For the 2020-21 academic year, 67 percent of students received financial assistance and $35,000 was awarded in scholarships.

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August 1
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