Kent State University in Ashtabula
On the shores of Lake Erie. On the brink of tomorrow. Home to Ashtabula County’s only accredited registered nursing degree program and Ohio’s first wine degrees program, Kent State University at Ashtabula provides a variety of high quality areas of study. Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Erie, we offer bachelor’s and associate programs for 2,000 students in an advanced, modern environment. And with the state-of-the-art Robert S. Morrison Hall for Health and Science, we’re able to be on the forefront of the health industry, always. Here, it’s possible for learners to find their brightest path forward. Part of one of the largest university systems in Ohio, Kent State Ashtabula has all the resources of a major university with a hometown feel, including the look and feel of a small, private college. Our students fulfill a nearly 60-year tradition when they become nurses, business owners, computer technologists, respiratory therapists, educators, entrepreneurs, innovators, dreamers and leaders. You can see Lake Erie from campus and you're only minutes away from beaches, museums, award-winning restaurants, historic districts and a summer resort town. The northern-most of Kent State University's eight-campus system is centrally located between Cleveland, Erie and Youngstown.