The eight-campus Kent State University system is anchored in Kent, where the main campus draws about 26,000 students…More anually to the city for classes and other activities.</p>
<p>In the fall of 2010, KSU surpassed the University of Cincinnati in total enrollment across all eight campuses with 41,365 students to become the second largest public university in Ohio.</p>
<p>The Kent campus spans 800 acres and includes a golf course, football, basketball and baseball athletic complexes; a large student and community recreation center; and space for more than 6,000 students to live on campus.</p>
Hillel Jewish Center 613 E Summit St, Kent, OH44240 The Cohn Jewish Student Center, the Hillel at Kent State, strives to provide a home-like gathering spot for students of…More both Kent State and the University of Akron. Students can drop in to Hillel between classes and in the evenings to study, play pool and relax with friends. A wide variety of social and religious opportunities are available to students through Hillel at Kent.
Kent State University Student Recreation and Wellness Center 1550 Ted Boyd Drive, Kent, OH44240 The Student Recreation and Wellness Center at Kent State University has open membership available to members of the…More community. The massive facility features the latest in top-of-the-line exercise equipment, including a full complement of aerobic exercise machines, a complete weight room, lap and leisure pools, a running track, indoor soccer field, racquetball courts and several college-regulation basketball courts. Countless windows flood the three-level facility with natural light. Parking is available either by purchasing a daily permit at a vending machine or by buying a semester permit through the university's parking services department.
The Fashion School Store 175 E Erie St, Kent, OH44240 The Fashion School Store is a retail boutique featuring the work of Kent State School of Fashion Design and…More Merchandising students. The store provides an opportunity for students to apply classroom lessons in the real world, featuring one-of-a-kind student pieces and a variety of items featuring the Fashion School logo. Profits from the stores sales go toward funding the school.