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At Kent State Stark, we talk a lot about finding your fit. Many times, one size does not fit all because each student has different needs. When choosing where you'll attend college, it's important to visit the campus to learn if you'll feel comfortable there, day in and day out. We invite you to take a campus tour and hope that you'll find your fit at Kent State Stark.
Note: Tours are not offered during Kent State's winter break, spring break, first two weeks of classes or during final exam weeks.
Please allow at least 24 hours notice.
Tours depart from the Office of Student Services, 132 Main Hall. Follow signs to Visitor Parking near Main Hall.
In addition to taking a campus tour led by a student ambassador, you'll meet with an admissions counselor who can answer your questions about Kent State Stark. Your time with an admissions counselor lasts about 15 minutes and campus walking tours last 60-75 minutes. You should expect to spend about 90 minutes on campus.
We offer pre-admission appointments for students who have several questions before applying to Kent State Stark. We can also arrange a time for you to sit in on a class. Schedule your pre-admission appointment here or call 330-244-3251.
Contact the following if you'd like to set up an appointment to meet with these any of these areas:
Office of Multicultural Initiatives
The Office of Multicultural Initiatives supports the campus community in its understanding and celebration of an inclusive student experience. The OMI acts as an educational resource that supports diversity and inclusion allowing students to thrive academically, socially and emotionally.
Office of Global Education Initiatives
The Office of Global Education Initiatives is responsible for advising international students and scholars, advising students interested in Study Abroad, and overseeing all education abroad initiatives and international partnerships at Kent State University at Stark.
Student Accessibility Services
The Office of Student Accessibility Services provides assistance to students with varying degrees and types of disabilities in order to maximize educational opportunity and academic potential. IEPs and 504 plans do not transfer to college, so students who received these services in high school should contact the SAS office prior to the start of their first semester.
Counseling Services offers students individual therapy sessions, educational workshops and training programs for students and the campus community.