What to Bring
Though nothing is required to attend, there are a couple of things you can bring to accelerate the admissions process:
- A copy of your official high school transcript or GED transcript
- If you're graduating from high school this year, you will also have to send a final high school transcript after graduation. To request official transcripts be sent, see instructions below.
- GED recipients must submit official transcripts from a state's Department of Education website. To request official transcripts be sent, see instructions below.
- If applicable, official transcripts from every college or university you attended after high school (or after receiving your GED), even if you feel credit will not be transferable. Failure to report previously attended colleges or universities is falsification and may result in denial of admission or dismissal from the university. To request official transcripts be sent, see instructions below.
- Please Note! Transcripts are considered official only if they arrive in a sealed letterhead envelope from a high school, college or university. Transcripts issued directly to the student will be accepted only if the envelope is unopened. Once the envelope seal has been broken by someone other than a university employee, the transcript becomes unofficial.
- If you’ve completed your FAFSA, feel free to bring a copy of your FAFSA confirmation page. Our financial aid counselor will be available to discuss what this means for you as a future Kent State University student.
- Questions! Info Night is a great time to get all your Kent State University questions answered.