CHICAGO — Kent State University will come to market Thursday with $170 million of new-money bonds that will raise funds for a large capital plan at the school’s main campus in Kent, Ohio.

The deal will feature 30-year fixed-rate bonds backed by the university’s general receipts. It’s Kent State’s first sale since 2009, and they will enter what’s expected to be one of the busiest weeks of the year.

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