Scholarship application deadlines approaching

There is money within reach of every student on the Kent State University Salem and East Liverpool campuses.

But, hurry! The deadlines are fast approaching:

  • The deadline for Kent State Salem is March 18.
  • The deadline for Kent State East Liverpool is April 1.

Everything you need to help you apply is online here: http://www.kent.edu/columbiana/scholarships.

Last year, each student who submitted an application and included an essay received a scholarship (if his or her GPA was at least a 2.00)!

Aside from the scholarships listed on the website and application, we have additional scholarships that can be awarded. So, don’t think that that none of these scholarships apply to you. 

Again: there is scholarship money within your reach! Go for it!

POSTED: Tuesday, March 8, 2016 03:35 PM
UPDATED: Thursday, April 25, 2024 07:53 AM

Dr. Brad Bielski, interim dean of the Kent State University Columbiana County campuses, announced that this year’s commencement speaker is Michael Reiner, who will address graduates at a combined commencement ceremony on May 10 at Beaver Local High School.

Diplomas will be presented to graduates from the summer 2023, fall 2023 and spring 2024 semesters on the Kent State East Liverpool and Salem campuses.

Ohio – just like other states across the country – struggles with providing access to mental health services, as well as a shortage of social workers. In response to this situation, Kent State University’s College of Applied and Technical Studies last year launched its Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) program, aimed at addressing these significant challenges with a concentration on rural social work – a recognized need in areas where many of the Kent State Regional Campuses are located.

Kent State University at East Liverpool is preparing for its annual Earth Day Environmental Justice Conference to be held April 20 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 

This year's theme is The Impact of World Conflicts and Wars on the Environment.

Admission to the conference is free and all students are encouraged to participate. Organizers are now accepting papers, posters and presentations related to environmental justice issues.