Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus (COVID19), Kent State University will continue with our robust summer offerings during Intersession (May 14-June 3), Summer I (June 4-July 8) and Summer II (June 4-July 29) by remote instruction only. Kent State University is committed to keeping our students, faculty, and staff safe and healthy.
Stay up-to-date with official notifications related to COVID-19 through the Kent State coronavirus web page.
Kent State University is committed to keeping our students, faculty, and staff safe and healthy. Please see below for assistance for faculty and students.
Continuing Education helps Kent State academic units and full or part time faculty to offer programs in innovative formats and to reach new audiences.
Program types can include credit or non-credit workshops for professionals, conferences, specialized training, certification programs, among others, and can be designed to reach local, national, or international audiences.
Continuing Education programs can be offered online, on a Kent State campus, at an alternate location, or in a hybrid format.