CHICAGO - Kent State University in Ohio plans to enter the market tomorrow with $225 million of fixed-rate refunding bonds in a transaction that will reduce the school's variable-rate debt by nearly three-fourths and eliminate most of its outstanding swaps and letters of credit.

The issuer plans to hold a retail order period tomorrow and take institutional orders Wednesday.

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