Kent State University Trumbull Campus

Kent State University Trumbull Campus

Trumbull, loated in Warren, Ohio, is one of the campuses of Kent State University which was founded in 1910. Initially the university offered evening programs at the Warren G. Harding High School, which was known as Warren Academic Center. It was granted campus status and became the Trumbull Campus in 1965. Trumbull, which covers more than 430 acres, offers more than 10 associate's degrees and more than 15 certificate programs in several fields of study.

Students of the Trumbull campus can join organizations such as Campus Crusade for Christ, Angels for AIDS, and Amnesty International. The students can apply for scholarships such as the Ruth A. Linamen Memorial Scholarship, the Trumbull Advisory Board Scholarship, and the George Gentithes Memorial Scholarship.

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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