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July - September 2011

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Kent State University has surpassed last year’s record enrollment number to achieve a new all-time high with 42,185 students for the fall 2011 semester. In addition, the Kent Campus welcomed its largest freshman class in the university's history and had a 4.2 increase in enrollment.
September 15, 2011  
Members of the Kent State University Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) prepare to fold the flag during the campus’ observance of Veterans Day.
September 27, 2011  
Kent State running back Anthony Meray breaks free for a first half touchdown run against visiting South Alabama, at Dix Stadium.
September 24, 2011  
Eric Adeyemi, gains some yards against the Crimson Tide.
September 3, 2011  
(left to right) Kent State President Lester A. Lefton; Kent State Vice President for Institutional Advancement Eugene Finn; Chairman and CEO of the Pizzuti Companies and Kent State alumnus Ron Pizzuti; Kent State Foundation Board Investments Chairman and Kent State alumnus Gary Brahler; and Kent State Vice President for Finance and Administration Gregg Floyd stand at the site of the future Kent State Hotel and Conference Center in downtown Kent.
September 19, 2011  
For the second straight year, Kent State University has earned recognition by Times Higher Education and U.S. News and World Report.
September 13, 2011  
A summer 2011 graduate talks to his family during the processional.
August 13, 2011  
The Kent State Golden Flashes football team takes the field during the 2010 Homecoming Game versus the University of Akron.<br />
August 9, 2011  
Students listen to a lecture on business accounting at Kent State University at Stark on the first day of summer classes.
July 12, 2011  
Kent State University Associate Professor Eric Van Baars offers advice to students in a performance class in the Roe Green Center for the School of Theatre and Dance. Kent State has been named one of the 2011 “Great Colleges to Work For.”
July 25, 2011  
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