800 E Summit St, Kent, United States
Kent State University is a public research institution which was founded in 1910. The university has a total enrollment of 23,680 undergraduates, with an urban setting on a 950 acres campus in Northeast of Ohio. Its academic calendar is semester-based.
Asides class activities; students of Kent State University can join more than 200 clubs and campus organizations, including community service, leadership programs and Greek life. Also, there are many nearby events such as the Porthouse Theatre, the Wick Poetry Center, Blossom Music Center, as well as the neighboring cities of Akron and Cleveland. Student athletes of the university can be involved in the intramural sports. Kent state University's sports teams known as Golden Flashes, compete in the Mid-American Conference Division I of the NCAA.
Kent State University provides an environment where freedom of speech and pushing limits thrive. The university has been through the most interesting transformation all through its history, which involves establishment of new, dynamic spaces, facility upgrades and construction of new structures.
Kent State University is ranked 1st in memory recall studies nationally, and 3rd in trauma and stress psychology, and its scholars combine diverse expertise in making brain health one of the university's biggest areas of research opportunity and strength, with a constant commitment to creating a culture of wellness for everyone.
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