Ashtabula Campus Facts
1958 - By the Ashtabula Area College Committee, Inc. Classrooms were originally housed in the former Park Avenue Junior High School building
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The campus is centrally located between three metropolitan areas, 56 miles east of Cleveland, 50 miles west of Erie and 61 miles north of Youngstown and is easily accessible from Interstate 90 using either state route 11 (from the east) or state route 45 (from the west) connecting to Route 531. Get driving directions
Students can start any of the more than 272 academic programs at Kent State University.
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Enrollment Profile (Spring 2010)
100 percent commute
64 percent are female
88 percent are from Ashtabula County
10 percent (approximately) are minority
80 percent receive some form of financial aid
75 percent work full or part time
Average age is 27.5
Many are first generation in college
Parking is free and well-lit
Campus Security Escort available
49 Full-Time; (listed)
Average faculty to student ratio: 16:1
(two 15-week semesters)
Fall Semester; August - December
Spring Semester; January - May
Four Summer Sessions:
Intersession; May - June (3 weeks )
Summer I; June - July (5 weeks )
Summer II; June - August (8 weeks )
Summer III; July - August (5 weeks
Campus (built in 1967) View a short video of our campus facilities here.
125 total acres; 80 acres donated by Oliver C. Topky in 1963; 45 acres owned by the Ashtabula Area College Committee, Inc.
The Robert S. Morrison Health and Science Building
The Tech Building