Universities over-spending

Spencer Smith


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Debt shared among Ohio’s thirteen four-year public universities nearly tripled this past decade – mostly due to campus renovations and construction.

Kent State’s campus is continuing to push forward with multi-million dollar campus renovations, regardless of debt.

College campuses in Ohio seem to be trying to outdo each other to be the biggest or the flashiest. But some universities may be in over their heads when it comes to footing the bill.

Students will find out in March, after the Board of Trustees meeting, whether their tuition bills will go up or down.

Contact Spencer Smith at [email protected].