Kent State University at Ashtabula

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Kent State University at Ashtabula
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Motto Excellence in Action
Type Public
Established 1958
Dean Susan Stocker
Students 2,496[1]
Location Ashtabula, Ohio, United States
41°53′19″N 80°49′55″W / 41.888672°N 80.831812°W / 41.888672; -80.831812Coordinates: 41°53′19″N 80°49′55″W / 41.888672°N 80.831812°W / 41.888672; -80.831812
Campus Suburban
125 acres (51 ha)
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Kent State University at Ashtabula,[2] commonly referred to as Kent State University Ashtabula and Kent State Ashtabula and formerly known as Kent State University Ashtabula Campus, is a public university offering baccalaureate and associate degree programs located along the shores of Lake Erie in Ashtabula, Ohio. It is the northernmost campus of Kent State University, an eight-campus network serving northeastern Ohio. Established in 1958, Kent State Ashtabula is known locally for its nursing program, which accounts for nearly 75 percent of registered nurses in Ashtabula County.[3] Students can begin any of Kent State's nearly 300 undergraduate majors, and can complete several bachelor's degrees entirely at the Ashtabula campus as well as more than 20 associate programs.[4] Classes have been at the present campus since 1967.


  1. ^ "Fifteenth Day Enrollment Statistics" (PDF). Kent State University. September 2010. Retrieved 15 September 2010.  Numbers use concurrent enrollment statistics
  2. ^ McEwen, Colin (Oct 19, 2009). "KSU changes regional campus IDs: Officials: Move recognizes growth, focus on local education". Retrieved 2009-10-19. 
  3. ^ "Ashtabula Campus Breaks Ground for a Healthier Northeast Ohio on July 17". eInside. Kent State University. 2007-07-16. Retrieved 2008-06-21. 
  4. ^ "Academics at Ashtabula". Kent State Ashtabula website. 2008. Retrieved 2008-06-21.