The board of Kent State University approved a plan to issue $170 million of bonds to finance a large capital improvement plan. The debt will be general-receipts bonds with a 30-year maturity.

The board also agreed to raise tuition by 3.5%, the maximum amount allowed by Ohio, starting next year, according to local reports.

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