Kent State University says it'll be the largest fundraising campaign in its history.
And KSU has its eye on replacing an aging building...the Kent State board of trustees says it supports a new home for the College of Business Administration.
Vice president for institutional advancement Stephen Sokany says the current College of Business Administration building is over 40 years old, and not able to handle growth.
"We have seen the College of Business enrollment grow by about 11 percent in the last five years," Sokany tells WAKR.net. "We are currently teaching classes for our business students in about nine different facilities on the Kent campus."
Sokany says the building would cost about $50 to 60 million.
He wouldn't set a goal for the overall campaign.
The largest campaign was the Centennial Campaign between 2003 and 2012, which raised $265 million.