Message from Dean Angela Spalsbury
Dear Kent State Geauga and Twinsburg Students,
I know that this past week has been a difficult transition for many of you. Please know that our faculty have been working really hard to convert their face-to-face classes to remote instruction. We understand that these changes have had a significant effect on you, and we are doing everything in our power to make sure the transition is as smooth as possible for you. We have the following resources in place, ready to serve you:
- Academic or Financial Aid Advising: Please schedule an appointment online or view the Academic Advising Support Email.
- Tutoring Appointments: Schedule an appointment online with one of our campus’s tutors. For more information about tutoring, please view our campus’s Academic Support Email.
- Counseling Appointments: Available by phone or email. Please view the Counseling Services Support Email for more information.
- Please visit our Coronavirus/COVID-19 Questions page for continually updated information and FAQs.
- Also please visit the university’s Keep On Learning site. This page is continuously updated so check it frequently.
- Flash ALERTS is Kent State’s official emergency text notification system to alert subscribers of critical information no matter what time it is or where they are in the world. Please be sure to sign up for these alerts online.
- If you haven’t done so already, please follow our campus’s social media pages to receive quick, updated information as well
I ask that you please be patient with us. This is new for all of us, and we will in some cases, be learning and adjusting with you. Please communicate with us to help all of us identify issues an work towards solutions. Currently, our buildings are closed until further notice but all employees are continuing to work remotely to serve our #1 Priority: STUDENTS FIRST!
This is a challenging time for many of us in different ways, but I hope that we can all find solace in knowing that we can help each other by reaching out electronically or by making phone calls. We do not need to be completely isolated from each other during this time, as we all need to continue to be the supportive Kent State family we have always been; remember “Flashes take care of Flashes”!
Finally, I want to wish you all a very happy spring break! Please be sure to relax and do something fun.