Are you a veteran, servicemember, or student using a parent/ spouse's benefit currently attending Kent State University's Kent Campus? Explore the resources you may need below. If you attend classes at one of the Regional Campuses, please visit the regional section of this site for contact information.
Center for Adult and Veteran Services
Receive support from a variety of sources including general advising, information on university and community resources, computer labs and tutoring.
Intent of Enrollment Form
Prior to the first day of each semester that you are attending class and wish to utilize your GI Bill® benefits, submit this completed form to the Center for Adult and Veteran Services office.
Student Financial Aid
Get assistance processing your VA benefits and find more information about other forms of financial aid.
Student Mediation Services
Student Mediation Services offers a variety of conflict management services free to students at Kent State.
Student Recreation and Wellness Center
Find out about the variety of intramural, nutrition, and recreational opportunities offered at Kent State.
DeWeese Health Center
Learn about the comprehensive medical, counseling and psychological services that Kent State offers. Also, find out about the pharmacy and women's clinic on campus.
Student Accessibility Services
Students with documented disabilities may receive consultation in regards to potential accommodations.
Career Exploration and Development
Unsure of your future career aspirations or how to transfer your military experience into professional opportunities? Obtain personalized support with major and career planning, internships, resumes/ cover letters, job searching, interviewing and more. Attend their job and internship fairs held both in the fall and spring.
CARES Center Basic Needs Resources
Assistance for those who need some help with emergency housing or funds.
Academic Success Center (tutoring)
Has it been a while since you solved an algebraic equation, studied for an exam covering hundreds of pages,or written a paper? Join thousands of Kent State students who take advantage of free academic assistance in basic and advanced courses.
Formulate a specific educational plan based on your unique interests, abilities, and career goals. Advisers can help you get the most out of your Kent State experience while also helping you complete your degree.
Veterans Campus Club
This association was designed to bring veterans and servicemembers of all ages, races, and majors together. It remains consistently important to draw attention to veteran’s issues and to pursue camaraderie, commitment, friendship, and leadership while a student at Kent State. Call 330-672-7933 or click on the link above for event and contact information.
Contact these staff members for questions concerning:
- Advising: Charity Miller. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Financial Aid: Autumn Ransom. email@example.com
- General Degree/ Concerns: Josh Rider. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Student Accessibility Services: Amanda Feaster. email@example.com