Once your Plan is created by your advisor, you must meet with them to have them make any changes or updates.
Each student will have an individualized degree Plan, created in consultation with their advisor, that begins with the requirements in the Degree Audit, organized in a Roadmap format, but is tailored for each student's unique situation. For example, if you transfer to Kent State or bring post-secondary or AP credit as a new student, this...
Kent State University will make every effort to offer courses within the terms they are planned. You need to be aware that some courses may be offered only in the fall or spring semester, so you will need to plan accordingly. Because course offerings are created based upon active plans, it is very important to follow it closely.