For a certificate or associate’s or bachelor’s degree, Kent State University is just the school to help you pursue your educational goals. The Salem, Ohio branch offers many conveniences for those who prefer the area to the main campus at Kent.
Along with the traditional route of taking classes during regular school hours, students can also choose to take the weekend and evening college route, which is designed for students who already have full-time lives.
Among the programs available to study are Accounting Technology, Business Management Technology, Child and Family Advocacy, Early Childhood Education Technology, Human Development and Family Studies, Justice Studies, and Radiologic and Imaging Sciences.
The SMILE Lab is just one of the many academic resources available to Kent State University students. The lab has many multimedia workstations where students can have full access to all sorts of necessary technology like computers, scanners, copy machines, DVD players, and recording equipment. Other academic resources include advising, tutoring, and a career center.
There are tons of school-specific scholarships available to eligible students, as well as state-specific aid. Other financial aid options include loans, grants, and work-study programs.
Quick Facts about Kent State University, Salem
Small Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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