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Education Health and Human Services

Education, Health, and Human Services

 

Here's a riddle

Question: How can you meet everyone on your floor, be a part of a community, and start your major even before you get to campus?

Answer: By joining the College of Education, Health, and Human Services Living-Learning community!

The College of Education, Health, and Human Services Living-Learning community (EHHS) here at Kent State University (KSU) is designed for students who have aspirations to become a professional in one of our numerous education, health, and human services programs. EHHS Living-Learning community members reside in Centennial Court B. As a member of the EHHS, you will be provided mentorship opportunities with upper-class students, faculty, and staff.

The academic programs in the College of Education, Health, and Human Services at KSU are challenging, but the EHHS Living-Learning community concentrates our efforts to help you succeed. Secondly, there is much more to learn about our professional programs than that which is learned in class. In learning about yourself and learning with others who share the same commitment to serving others, you will also begin to understand your potential for leadership in your profession.

As a part of EHHS Living-Learning community, you will experience programs and activities that will allow you to interact with current professionals in the field. You will also be exposed to the many student led organizations that the College has to offer.

For more information about EHHS, please visit our website at: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs/studentorgs/ehhslc.cfm 

How do I join?

You must be admitted to the College of Education, Health and Human Services to be eligible to join this community or receive special permission from the Education Health and Human Services Living-Learning community  (EHHS) coordinator. Housing assignments are made based on application date. Thus, the earlier you apply for your residence hall the more likely it is that you will receive a EHHS assignment.

Students who are interested in applying to participate in the EHHS need to follow these steps:

  1. Select Centennial Court B and EHHS as your first choice on your residence hall application, and alert the academic advisor during your "Destination Kent State: Advising & Registration" program that you would like to participate in the EHHS.
  2. If you have already completed and submitted your residence hall application and now want to make changes, you may re-enter your application by logging back into it through the residence hall application website prior to July 1.
  3. If you need further assistance, or have questions about how to join the EHHS please contact the community coordinator.

Need more information:

For more information about EHHS, please visit our website at http://www.kent.edu/ehhs/studentorgs/ehhslc.cfm

Coordinator Contact Information:

Julie Wilcox
Learning Community Coordinator
Director for Academic Recruitment and Retention
Phone: 330-672-0556