College Information Sessions
Interested in shadowing a current Kent State student for a day? Would you like to learn more about a specific academic program? College Information Sessions provide this opportunity to prospective students. You can speak with faculty in your area of interest or interact on a one-on-one basis with current students. Advisors are also available to discuss academic programs to help you develop your understanding as you continue your college search.
Visit programs for students interested in Aeronautics or Aerospace Engineering.
Visit program for prospective students interested in the Architectural Studies, Architecture and Interior Design majors.
Visit programs for students interested in the Schools of Art, Fashion Design and Merchandising or Theatre and Dance.
Visit programs for students interested in the 18 varied academic units of arts and sciences which includes: Anthropology, Biological Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Science, English, Geography, Geology, History, Mathematical Sciences, Modern and Classical Language Studies, Pan-African Studies, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychological Sciences, Sociology, Biomedical Sciences, and Integrated Life Sciences - Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Medicine.
Visit programs for students interested in Accounting, Business Management, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, Human Resource Management, Managerial Marketing and Marketing.
Visit programs for students interested in the Schools of Communication Studies, Journalism and Mass Communication or Visual Communication Design.
Visit programs for students interested in the BSN in Nursing program.
Visit Programs for students interested in Pre-Medicine, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Osteopathy, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Health Sciences, Global Health, Health Services Administration, and Health Promotion and Education. Also for students considering a minor or certificate in public health.
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.