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Why attend the Geauga Campus or Regional Academic Center of Kent State University?







Small Class Sizes

At the Geauga Campus (Burton) and Regional Academic Center (Twinsburg) of Kent State University, classes have less than 25 students, which allows for individualized attention from faculty and collaborative learning between classmates.  


Don't get lost in a lecture hall…Be engaged in your learning!



Cost

Do the Math…
Average tuition rate of a public university in Northeast Ohio $9,300 + 
Average Room and Board rate of a public university in Northeast Ohio $8,600= $17,900

Geauga Campus and Regional Academic Center tuition rate = *$5,664

*2014-2015 academic year, rate may vary. 

 Difference of $12,236



Bachelor and Associate Degree Programs


Get moving with one of these bachelor or associate degrees offered entirely at one of the convenient locations:

      -Bachelor of Arts in English
      -Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
      -Bachelor of Business Administration in
          Business Management
      -Bachelor of Integrative Studies
      -Bachelor of Science in Insurance Studies
      -Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood
          Education
      -Bachelor of Science in Nursing -(can be completed in 3 years!)-RN to BSN
      -Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies

      -Associate of Applied Business in  
          Accounting Technology
      -Associate of Applied Business in
          Business Management Technology
      -Associate of Applied Business in
          Computer Technology
      -Associate of Applied Science in Nursing-LPN to ADN-Paramedic to ADN
      -Associate of Arts
      -Associate of Science

If you do not see a major that moves you, take some of your general education classes at the Geauga Campus or Regional Academic Center.  You do not need to re-apply or worry about transferring credits when you start at a regional campus and then move on to the Kent Campus.


  Two Safe and Convenient Locations

Attend class close to home.  Parking is free and close to the building at both locations.


  Flexible Schedule

Day, evening, Saturday, and online classes to meet your needs.


Academic Support Services

Free tutoring and accommodations for students with disabilities.


KSU Advantage

Even though you are not taking classes in Kent, you are still a Kent State University student, so you can attend sports games, student activities, and even join student organizations (including fraternities and sororities).  Regional campus students can even live on the Kent Campus and commute to their respective campus. 

 


For more information on how to apply, click here