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Kent State University offers many opportunities for students to become active participants on campus. Adult students can organize as an official student group and provide services and activities of interest to the membership. So far, three such organizations exist at Kent State’s Kent campus. Students can participate in these organizations in face-to-face and virtual spaces. Please contact the Center for Adult and Veteran Services at 330-672-7933 for more information.
This association was designed to bring veterans 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.
SUPPORT FOR SINGLE PARENTS
This group is the campus outreach component of the LIFE program for single parents. Family activities are offered during the academic year that are parent and child friendly.
STUDENTS SUPPORTING MILITARY PERSONNEL
This group offers support for families, friends, and significant others of military personnel. They help raise awareness about military personnel and their unique needs.
SUPPORT FOR MOTHERS IN GRADUATE SCHOOL
Check out this page for helpful tips on how to balance family life with working towards a graduate degree.
PArents and family association
This Facebook group offers support and information for the families of students. Go here to find out more about how Kent State is a place for students with children.