Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus (COVID19) and out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, Kent State University is following Ohio Governor Mike DeWine's recommendations and has reduced on-campus operations. Please be assured that we continue our business operations as per usual while working remotely. Kent State University has suspended face-to-face classes for the remainder of the spring semester. All classes will be conducted through remote delivery. 

Kent State University is committed to keeping our students, faculty, and staff safe and healthy. Please see below for assistance for faculty and students. 

For Faculty:

Continuity Guide: Keep On Teaching

For Students:

Guide to Keep On Learning 

Want to learn to code on a schedule that works for you?

Now you can with Kent State University's Online Coding Bootcamp Badges program in .NET/C# and Java powered by The Software Guild.

Looking for a credit workship this summer? Check out the variety of workshops that meet university and Ohio Board of Regents standards. 

AT&T Classroom Technology & Innovation Camps for Summer 2020. The camps offer children hands-on opportunities to explore design and innovation through various technologies including robotics, drones, 3D modeling, circuits, augmented/virtual reality, and more.

Welcome to Summer Source

Your one-stop shop for summer programming at Kent State University. 

54% of students take one or more online course each semester
We offer 53 fully online programs (graduate, undergraduate, & certificate)
We design and deliver workshops each year for faculty, students, & the community
Interested in Creating a New Continuing Education Program?

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.

Submit a Program Idea

Continuing Education programs can be offered online, on a Kent State campus, at an alternate location, or in a hybrid format.