As a teacher training institution, Kent State University was established in 1910. A sister school, now named Bowling Green State University, was also founded with the John Lowry Bill. It was originally called Ohio State Normal College at Kent. The school changed its name to Kent State Normal School in 1911. Kent Campus, which covers 950 acres, is the main administrative center of the University. The University's 38,000 students represent 104 countries. In all, the University provides more than 200 studying abroad programs in over 60 countries. The University offers over 300 graduate and undergraduate degree programs. There is a dedicated Centre for Corporate and Professional Development where students are able to develop their professional skills and enhance their employability. Kent State University owns eight regional campuses across Ohio. Florence, Geneva, Beijing, and New Delhi are the other international campuses of the University. The University has numerous academic institutions, including Cleveland Urban Design and College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland, NYC Studio in New York City, Regional Academic Centre in Twinsburg, and Kent State Hotel in Columbus. Over 245,000 alumni live worldwide. It boasts many illustrious alumni like Michael Keaton (actor, director, and producer), Jeffrey Richmond (composer, director, actor, and producer), James Harrison (American football linebacker), and Dav Pilkey (illustrator and author of children's literature).
|Student to teacher ratio||1:21|
|Living cost||USD 8,459|
|Accommodation||The University offers 24 residence halls along with 13 living-learning programs.|
|Average package||USD 38,000 per year|
|Tuition fee per year||USD 18,556 - USD 20,603|
217th in Top National Universities
The University offers 24 residence halls along with 13 living-learning programs.
$38,000 / year
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||$18,556 - $24,603|
|Cost of Living/year||$8,459|
|Application Fees||USD 70|