FLASHES OF BRILLIANCE
On Campus Student Vaccination Clinics Begin April 7
Beginning Wednesday, April 7, 2021, Kent State University will offer COVID-19 vaccination clinics free of charge for Kent State students on the Ashtabula Campus, and others. Dean Stocker has a special message encouraging students to register now to schedule an appointment.
Admitted Students Week
April 5-9, 2021
If you're a newly admitted student, you probably have lots of questions. Our Student Services staff is here to answer those questions with a week of free, live zoom sessions covering everything you need to know about your first semester. Check out Admitted Students Week April 5-9.
Dr. Bryan Jones Nominated for Distinguished Teacher Award
Kent State University at Ashtabula associate professor Bryan Jones, Ph.D., was recently named one of ten finalists for the University’s most prestigious teaching honor, the Distinguished Teaching Award. The award is sponsored annually by the Kent State Alumni Association and is presented to three full-time faculty members demonstrate extraordinary teaching in the classroom and the devotion to touching the lives of students.
Jones has taught psychology courses on the Ashtabula Campus since 2010.
Lunch With Alumni
The Academic Success Center is hosting live zoom sessions with Kent State University Alumni, faculty, program directors and advisors to talk about life after graduation. This is an excellent opportunity for students to speak with alumni who are working in the field and gain insight into available academic programs, career opportunities and graduate programs. The lunch talks are available via ZOOM.
Please indicate if you need special services, assistance, or accommodations to fully participate in this event or program by contacting Irene Skleres, Coordinator Academic & Student Accessibilities Services at email@example.com or 440-964-4565. Please notify this department seven days prior to the event date you require services.
Campus Serves as Vaccine Center Site
Kent State University at Ashtabula was set up to take patients in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic last spring when authorities and experts were unsure of how the spread would impact area hospitals. The space wasn’t needed then, but the campus helped in other ways by donating personal protective equipment to frontline health care professionals.
Ashtabula Campus COVID-19 Information & Updates
Most offices and services are operating remotely.
The Library, Bookstore, Main Hall and Morrison Hall are open.
Student Services and the Academic Success Center are open with limited in-person services available.
When on campus, all Kent State Ashtabula community members and visitors are required to adhere to the Flashes Safe Eight principles to ensure the safety of our community. Face coverings are required.