Schedule a Visit
Whether youâ€™re interested in a bachelorâ€™s degree or a graduate program, the best way to â€œtry onâ€ Kent State University is to come for a visit. We have several visitation options that give you a close-up peek at academic programs, campus, student life, residence halls and research opportunities. Schedule a tour through one of these options:
On-Campus Visitation Programs
Our student-led campus tours include a 30-minute presentation and a 90-minute walking tour. Schedule your campus tour today!
A campus visit program for high school seniors. The spring Preview KSU! dates are March 12 and April 16.
Make Your Move
A visit program for Transfer and Regional Campus Transition students enrolling at the Kent Campus. The spring date is April 12.
Multicultural Visit Day
A visit program for multicultural students who are high school juniors. The spring date is April 5.
Group tours are available on a space-available basis for groups and organizations with 10 or more students.
Off-Campus Visitation Programs
Join us for a reception in your community and meet with representatives from academics and student services.
Join us for an information night in Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey or Virginia.
College Information Sessions
College of the Arts Visitation Programs
Visit programs for students interested in the Schools of Art, Fashion Design and Merchandising or Theatre and Dance.
College of Business Administration Visitation Programs
Visit programs for students interested in Accounting, Business Management, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Managerial Marketing and Marketing.
College of Communication and Information Visitation Programs
Visit programs for students interested in the Schools of Communication Studies, Journalism and Mass Communication or Visual Communication Design.
School of Digital Sciences
Visit program for students interested in an interdisciplinary degree that integrates elements of computer science, computer information systems, computer technology, library information science, visual communication design, journalism, communication studies and instructional technology.