Advising Expectations and Student Success
Academic advising plays an essential role in helping students formulate sound educational and career plans based on their interests, abilities, and academic classification. Meeting with an advisor can help students transition to college life, choose a major or minor program of study, provide academic support referrals, assist with career exploration, and much more.
Students are expected to come prepared to their advising appointments. In order to do so, it is important for students to understand what is expected of them, as well as what they should expect from their academic advisor.
Undergraduate students may be required to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in Mathematics, Foreign Language, Chemistry, and English (Writing) prior to initial course registration. The need for placement assessments is determined by a student’s major or college requirements.
Academic Engagement and Degree Completion offers the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), the ACT Residual test, and Accuplacer. Please select one of the options below for test registration and more information.
Dismissal and Reinstatement
Academic Engagement and Degree Completion offers information about dismissal or reinstatement for undergradaute students at Kent State University.
Dr. Terry Kuhn Distinguished Undergraduate Advising Award
The Dr. Terry Kuhn Distinguished Undergraduate Advising Award is sponsored by Academic Engagement and Degree Completion and University College. The award is presented annually to an academic or faculty advisor who demonstrates a passion for helping students and a commitment to their success both inside and outside of the classroom.