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Will serve as the overarching organization that will attend to all international student organizations
KSA is a student organization that aims to promote communication and understanding between Korean students and other members of the university community while encouraging various social and cultural activities.
Korean Student, Korean-American Student, and faculty.
KSF aims at providing support for Foreign Fulbright scholars placed at Kent State University with miscellaneous issues, as well as contributing to the community as part of the Fulbright experience in the United States. The organization also aims at promoting the Fulbright program to American nationals, and informing them of the opportunities available to them through the Fulbright scholarship.
Built in 1996 by a group of students from Russian Federation and the former Soviet Republic, AIS has been actively holding tons of wonderful academic and recreational events for students, particularly international students, at Kent State over almost twenty years. The mission of this unique student organization is to foster a diversified culture and a globalized village for all international students coming and studying at Kent State, particularly at EHHS. It aims at making international students accustomed to American culture and advertising their own cultures to American students as well. It also aims at helping international students succeed in their academic journey at Kent State and enabling them to be qualified global citizens.
AIS holds its monthly meetings at the first week of every month, pending on the final time slot confirmed by all the board members.
Persons who would like to join AISEHHS should be international students who will or are currently studying at Kent State, particularly at the College of EHHS.
The Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) is a non-profit cultural international organization.
Any enrolled KSU students who wants to learn more about Vietnamese culture, language, food, and meet international students from the country itself. We hold fied trips, weekend trips, and meetings throughout the year.
TSA is a non-profit, non-religious, non-political student organization at Kent State University open to anyone who is interested Turkey and Turkish culture.
KSU International Women’s Group aims to create a social platform for international female students, scholars and women otherwise connected to Kent State University to socialize and converse about different topics relevant to women, interact, exchange experiences and ideas and provide a space to voicing the interests and aspirations of the international women students’ community at KSU while celebrating their diversity. The group provides a welcoming, supporting environment where women with international backgrounds can make friends and share experiences. The IWG is also open to domestic female students who would like to get involved and learn about other cultures. Men who would like to support this initiative are welcome to participate as well. They can serve as allies for the group. This is a female focused and men-inclusive organization.
Open to all students
Kent Indian Association is a cultural organization that promotes Indian culture, celebrates major Indian festivals, organizes sports events and also assist Indian students with their career and academics by building alumni relations. It is one of the largest organizations in or around Kent and continues to be one. It helps new Indian students understand American culture and get acquainted with the environment.
General membership meetings will be held twice a month on Fridays 6.30 pm, with additional meetings called by President as needed. Notice of additional meetings will be given to all members in the most timely manner possible but not less than one week.
Membership in the association is open to any and all Indian students, faculty, and staff at Kent State University. Active membership will be determined by active participation and coordination in the events conducted by the association. Once a student graduates or ceases to be a student at the university, his/her active membership in the association will cease.
When an international student first comes to a U.S. College, he/she faces social, cultural and academic challenges. These students really want to be a part of and learn about the American culture, and they also would like to share their culture with others. This program is designed to provide domestic students the opportunity to help international students cope with their challenges in the U.S. and Kent State University, while at the same time expand a domestic student's knowledge of another culture. This organization ultimately creates a safe environment for both students to develop the skills necessary to become global citizens.
As a mentor, a domestic student will be paired with an international student. The American student will help guide the international student through his/her Kent State experience by being a support system.
We meet every tuesdays from 6 till 7:30 pm
15$ membership fee for an academic years (fall+spring)
Represent Chinese students and scholars at Kent State University.