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Student Life

Do you need help making it through a difficult course? Not sure how to submit your assignment? Need to see an advisor? Are you looking for other students to connect with? Looking to network, build relationships, have fun, get a job? Get it all here!

This information is intended for new students who have been admitted to Kent State University and students who are already attending. It is also useful for prospective students.

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Advising

The College of Aeronautics and Engineering (CAE) encourages students to become active in their futures. Take advantage of a variety of resources to enhance your Kent State CAE experience.

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College of Aeronautics and Engineering Computer Recommendations

Computer recommendations for students in the College of Aeronautics and Engineering.

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Purchase Business Cards

Purchase Kent State University student business cards and begin networking now! Our graduates are in high demand. It's a great idea to have business cards ready, network, and even secure employment before you graduate!

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Internships and Co-ops

Aeronautics and Engineering is committed to hands-on learning for students.

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Student Organizations and Activities

We encourage our students to get involved outside the classroom and join organizations related to their fields of interest. You do not have to be a College of Aeronautics and Engineering major to join!

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Scholarships and Fellowships

Scholarships/Aid are available to students at all levels Freshman to Senior, and all majors. Find the scholarships right for you and apply now!

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Find a Tutor

College of Aeronautics and Engineering Peer Tutorial Program is a voluntary program open to CAE students. Don't wait, get help now!

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Style Manual and Standards for Submitting Assignments to the College

The ability to communicate effectively by written and oral means is one of the most important professional skills industry expects of new graduates entering the workforce, and one the of the most lacking skills of graduates coming out of technical programs.