Fall Grad Fair 2015
Graduating this semester, or even in the spring? Have questions about commencement, financial aid or continuing your education? Find answers to those inquiries and more at the annual Fall Grad Fair Thursday, November 19, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Blue and Gold Room.
Representatives from several campus departments will be on hand to address your concerns and offer assistance. There will even be breakout sessions and opportunities for career assistance through a resume writing workshop, the Dress to Impress service and professional LinkedIn profile picture taking. Additionally, students will be able to pose for formal graduation photos in a cap and gown or with Flash!
Participating departments include:
- Financial Aid – scholarship information, exit loan counseling, appointment scheduling for specific questions
- Continuing Education – learn about additional associate or bachelor degree programs, information on taking the GRE/GMAT, how to apply for grad school, Kent State Ashtabula faculty Grad School panel (1 p.m. in the Lake Room)
- Registrar’s Office – submitting transcript requests, apply for spring graduation
- Career Services – Ohio Means Jobs, Dress to Impress free professional clothing service, resume writing, interview tips , “Time Management for the Real World”
- Plus alumni association news, commencement ceremony information, and much more
Best of all, the Grad Fair is FREE! Enter the raffle to win one of several great prize packs or pick up a snack as you make your way through the fair.
For more information, contact Danielle Weiser-Cline at email@example.com or 440-964-4217.
Student speakers shared a common theme during Kent State University’s Regional Campus commencement ceremonies this spring: Support. The Ashtabula, Columbiana County (East Liverpool and Salem), Geauga (along with Twinsburg Academic Center), Stark, Trumbull and Tuscarawas campuses held commencement ceremonies earlier this month for close to 1,700 graduates.
While a student at Pymatuning Valley High School in 2005, Brad Baranowski, Ph.D., J.D., enrolled in classes at Kent State Ashtabula through the College Credit Plus program starting an educational journey that has led him through law school and now to the highest court in the land as a Supreme Court Fellow.
The Andover native and 2022-2023 Supreme Court Fellow is the 2023 Roger T. Beitler Distinguished Former Student Award recipient.
Former state legislature and retired classroom teacher John R. Patterson, Jr., Ph.D., is the 2023 Ashtabula Area College Committee, Inc. Community Service Award recipient honoring a career spanning over 40 years dedicated to improving education in local communities.
He was presented the award at a community reception event in the Blue & Gold Room prior to the May 11, 2023 commencement ceremony at Kent State University at Ashtabula.