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Founded:Fast Facts from Kent State Trumbull
In 1954, Kent State University initiated a cadet program to help the community overcome a critical shortage of elementary teachers. Until the fall of 1965, the University offered an evening program at Warren G. Harding High School, known as the Warren Academic Center. Curious to learn more? Great! Because we've got more campus history for you.

Kent State Trumbull is located just 22 minutes from Youngstown and Sharon, PA (to the East), 54 minutes from Akron (to the West) and 69 minutes from Cleveland (to the North). More detailed driving directions are also available.

Degree programs:
Students can complete any one of over two dozen associate and bachelor's degrees, as well as the Master of Public Health – at Kent State Trumbull. View a list of all campus degree programs. Students can also choose to start any of the more than 280 academic programs offered at Kent State University while at Kent Trumbull.

Enrollment profile (Fall 2013):

  • 3,093 students
  • 100 percent commute
  • 58.4 percent are female
  • 41.6 percent are male
  • 54 percent are from Trumbull County
  • 12.5 percent are minority
  • Average age is 27

Parking is free and well lit. Campus Security escorts available.

Faculty (Fall 2013):

  • 59 full-time
  • 65 part-time

Class size (Fall 2013):

  • Average faculty to student ratio is 29:1.

Yearly Tuition:

  • In-state, full-time, lower division FR/SO: $5,554
  • In-state, full-time, upper division JR/SR: $6,508


  • Fall semester runs August – December
  • Spring semester runs January – May
  • There are four (4) Summer sessions that run May – August (Intersession, three weeks; Summer I, five weeks; Summer II, eight weeks and Summer III, five weeks).

Kent State Trumbull spans 438 acres with three academic buildings (Classroom/Administration; Library/Theatre and Technology) as well as the Workforce Development & Continuing Studies building which houses the Police Academy, Fitness Center and Enrollment Management & Student Services, combining to occupy 246,500 square feet.