Kent State University's Stark Campus could be undergoing some big physical changes over the next several years.
Director of External Affairs Tina Biasella says they have some conceptual ideas on addressing growth, but also making the 200-acres feel more like a campus to the all-commuter study body.
"It will be things that are aesthetic as well as really turning the campus into a community educational amenity, so it could include gardens for the community to use," said Biasella.
She says one of the first items to address is construction of a new nursing and science and building, but even that is not in the immediate future.
Biasella says the recent study was really to identify the types of things that could be done to improve the campus, but it all remains in the conceptual phase.