Scheduling of Classes | University Faculty Handbook | Kent State University

Scheduling of Classes

  1. Summary

    Schedules are established at the unit level and sent to the Academic Scheduling Center located within the Office of the Registrar.  Courses are scheduled to permit access to available offerings by the greatest number of students, and to allow the most suitable instructional arrangement to meet the needs of the faculty and courses offerings within the existing facilities.

    In most cases the Academic Unit Administrator will retain responsibility for course scheduling in the Academic Unit.

  2. University Practices

    1. Summary

      Kent State follows a semester academic year. In addition, Intersession classes may be offered at the end of fall and spring semesters.  Summer courses are offered during one of three segments: summer I and III, which run 5 weeks, and summer II, which runs 8 weeks.

  3. Unit Handbooks

    Unit Handbooks regarding scheduling classes will be available here.