Student Support

Graduate Student Support

This list summarizes some of the key support resources that are available to all graduate students at Kent State.

The CARES Center works collaboratively with students to secure resources that meet their basic needs:

https://www.kent.edu/CARESCenter

CARES is an acronym that stands for Crisis, Advocacy, Resources, Education, and Support. The center works to connect all Kent State students with both on and off-campus resources supporting their financial, food, housing, and mental well-being basic needs.

Well-being:

https://www.kent.edu/KSoW

Kent State of Well-being is the university-wide effort to promote wellness, focusing on eight key areas.

Meditation (Well-being):

https://www.kent.edu/KSoW/meditation

Kent State of Well-being is offering Meditation Across Campus, an opportunity to join in with other members of the Kent State community for free, virtual, facilitated meditation sessions with weekly drop-in times available

Mental Health Support Resources:

https://www-s3-live.kent.edu/s3fs-root/s3fs-public/file/KENT%20STATE%20M...

This list compiles all the on-campus mental health services and select off-campus county, Ohio and national resources for students.

Counseling and Psychological Services:

https://www.kent.edu/caps

This link is to Counseling and Psychological Services, which provides services to all KSU students.

Additional resources:

https://www.kent.edu/kent-cares

Another list with additional resources supporting their financial, food, housing, and mental well-being basic needs.

Professional development:

https://www.kent.edu/graduatestudies/student

Career exploration and Student Employment:

https://www.kent.edu/career