Credit Registration Information
Welcome, If you are interested in credit workshops here is how you get started.
Current KSU Students
To register, log-in to FlashLine. Select the Student Tools tab, FlashFast, and then Add or Drop Classes. Payment by credit card or checking account can be made through FlashLine by selecting the Student Account tab, My Student Account, and select Pay My Bill Using a Check or Credit Card.
New KSU Workshop Students or Readmitted Workshop StudentsTo be eligible to take credit workshops you must be admitted to the university.
YOUR Options:For an admission and registration one-step option, complete the OCDE credit workshop registration form.
- Mail form Summer 2017 (PDF) or Fall 2017 (PDF) and full payment by check or money order payable to Kent State University to:
Workshops, Office of Continuing and Distance Education
Kent State University
P.O. Box 5190
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001
- Register in person at
120 North Lincoln Street
Kent, OH 44242
You will receive login information via email approximately 48 hours after the workshop admission. Log-in to FlashLine. Payment by credit card or checking account can be made by selecting the Student Account tab, My Student Account, and select Pay My Bill Using a Check or Credit Card. For the security of your credit card information, Kent State University only accepts online credit card payments. For questions, call (330) 672-3100.
- Or, if you prefer, you may apply online as a workshop only student
You will receive login information via email approximately 48 hours after the workshop admission. Once you are admitted to the university you can then follow the instruction above for Current KSU Students to register for the credit workshop.
The registration deadline is two weeks prior to the start of the workshop; however, we will accept later registrations on a space-available basis.
Please Note: The “Apply online” option is not available once the term for which you are applying starts. Please use the paper registration form above.
For the security of your credit card information, Kent State University only accepts online credit card payments. For questions, please call (330) 672-3100.
Assignments and Grading
All credit workshops involve out-of-class assignments and are graded Satisfactory (S) or Unsatisfactory (U). We cannot issue grades of NA and SA. A student who “never attends” even one class session will receive a grade of NF (Never attended, F). A student who “stops attending” prior to the course withdrawal deadline will receive a grade of SF (Stopped attending, F). Both NF and SF grades will count as an F (zero quality points) in computing the grade point average.
In workshops offered for both graduate and undergraduate credit, additional work is usually required for graduate credit. If you are enrolled this semester in other courses or workshops as a graduate student, you may enroll in undergraduate courses but you will be assessed graduate-level fees.
*Non-Ohio Residents: The non-Ohio resident fee is waived if you are taking workshops only this semester. If you are taking classes in addition to workshops, the non-Ohio resident fee is required.
Refunds and Withdrawal
Our refund policy conforms to university policy. Refund amount depends on contact time elapsed. We will not refund special fees for cancellations received within three business days of the workshop start date. Our withdrawal deadlines may differ from university deadlines; call (330) 672-3100 for specific dates or visit the Registrar to access processing dates for classes. To withdraw from a workshop, use FlashLine or write to the Office of Continuing and Distance Education.
If we have to cancel a program, we will notify you immediately. You may transfer to another workshop or receive a full tuition refund.
Fees and Charges
Fees and charges are subject to change, and any increases will be billed at a later date.
Staff benefits do not apply to workshop special fees. Confirmation letters, maps and a parking permit (if you purchase one) are mailed approximately two weeks before the start of each workshop.
You must obtain permission to take on overload.
Enrollment in a workshop may allow you to claim a Lifetime Learning Tax Credit or other educational deduction. Consult your tax adviser for details.