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Congratulations Spring 2020 Graduates!
Spring Commencement is traditionally one of the biggest nights of celebration for our campus each year. However, this year's celebration can't be held in person - but that doesn't mean our graduates aren't worth celebrating. In addition to the obstacles students traditionally face and overcome on the way to graduation, this last semester has added the challenges associated with remote instruction, stay at home orders, new uncertainties and more. The faculty and staff want to share special messages with members of the Spring 2020 graduating class.
Dean Stocker's Message to the Spring 2020 Graduating Class
May 8th would normally be Spring Commencement, one of the biggest celebrations each year on campus. Even though we can't be together in person tonight, Dean Stocker has a special message to the graduating class of Spring 2020 to acknowledge their success and to reflect on the obstacles and challenges the graduates have faced to get to this milestone.
Dean Stocker Campus Updates
Students,the new learning environment of this past semester was challenging for some - but you didn't give up, and we successfully made it through. As we move toward the fall, there is still some confusion and uncertainty, but we're here to help! Stay strong and healthy - we're all in this together.
Check back here regularly for updates from Dean Stocker
Ashtabula Students on the Frontlines of COVID-19 Fight
For almost all of the students in the nursing and allied health programs at Kent State University at Ashtabula, their final semesters are spent in classrooms and clinical settings getting hands-on experience to prepare them for their professional careers. But for many this year, that hands-on experience has been as part of the front-line force in the COVID-19 pandemic.