Eye on Education

Ohio Colleges Receive State Money for Improvement Projects

More than $2.71 million dollars was approved by the state controlling board for improvement projects projects at public universities across the state. Kent State was awarded the largest amount to further develop a science lab at their Salem campus, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Improvement projects tallying more than $1.7 million at Kent State University and the University of Akron won approval from the state controlling board on Monday. The projects were part of more than $2.71 million that was cleared for work at colleges and universities around Ohio.

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