Points of Pride
*More than 2400 students are enrolled at Kent State Tuscarawas.
* Completed in 2002, the Science and Advanced Technology Center houses the nursing and science programs, as well as workforce development, customized training and economic development activities.
* The Performing Arts Center opened in November 2010 and features an 1,100-seat theatre.
* The Associate of Applied Science in veterinary Technology is one of 17 associate degrees offered on campus. We are one of seven accredited programs in Ohio, and the only Kent State campus to offer this program.
*Ten bachelor's degrees that can be completed on the campus include Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management, Bachelor in Integrative Studies, Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies, Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, the Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice Studies, the Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies - Applied Communication Concentration, the Bachelor of Arts in English and the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
* The Campus' associate degree program in Computer Design, Animation and Game Design is the only one of its kind in Ohio.
* Kent State Tuscarawas is the only locally-owned regional campus in Ohio.
* The Artist/Lecture Series and Featured Speakers Series draw more than 6,000 people annually for complimentary programs which enhance the academic and cultural environment of the campus and community.
* Among the featured speakers invited to the Voices of Distinction Series are such well known names as MSNBC news correspondent Andrea Mitchell, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., James Earl Jones, George Stephanopoulos and Ken Burns.
* The Tuscarawas-Kent Historical Archives was established in 1992 at the Campus and is dedicated to collecting, organizing and preserving the Ohio Country history.