Kent State Government Relations
The primary mission of the Office of Government Relations is to develop strategies and courses of action that will yield the necessary level of support and serve as the conduit for information between Kent State University and local, state and federal governments. Accordingly, the Office of Government Relations makes recommendations to and advises the president of Kent State University regarding the advancement and maintenance of relations with these governmental units.
The Office of Government Relations works closely with the president, provost, university vice presidents and other appropriate individuals to develop a thorough monitoring and evaluation system for governmental issues of importance to Kent State. In this regard, maintaining close and trusting relationships with federal, state and local governments at the executive legislative and appropriate agency levels are the primary goals and responsibilities of this office.
Final Day to Register to Vote is Oct. 9 Kent State University students, faculty and staff members who have not yet registered to vote have until Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 9 p.m. to complete their registration in time to vote in the Nov. 6 general election.
- Posted Oct. 8, 2012
President Obama Visits Kent State on Sept. 26 President Barack Obama will be a special guest of the Kent State College Democrats for a campaign rally Wednesday, Sept. 26, at Kent State Universityâ€™s Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center (MAC Center).
- Posted Sep. 23, 2012
Kent Delegation Meets With, Thanks U.S. Government Officials Six representatives of the Kent Central Gateway project, which includes the City of Kent, the Portage Area Regional Transit (PARTA) and Kent State University, visited Washington, D.C., on April 16 and 17 and met with Ohio members of Congress and officials at the Federal Transit Administration.
- Posted Apr. 25, 2012