A post-undergraduate student is one who has already earned a bachelor's degree and would like to take additional undergraduate courses.
A post-undergraduate student may be degree-seeking (intending to earn another undergraduate degree from Kent State University at Geauga and Twinsburg Academic Center) or non-degree seeking (not intending to earn another undergraduate degree).
Post-Undergraduate Degree-Seeking or Non-degree Seeking Student Checklist
- Complete an online application
- Submit 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.
Finish or Check the Status of Your Existing Application
Transcripts are considered official only if they arrive in a sealed letterhead envelope from a high school, college, or university or are sent directly to Kent State electronically, such as through Parchment or another third-party service. 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. Transcripts issued electronically to the student are considered unofficial.
Send official transcripts to:
Office of Admissions
Kent State University at Geauga
14111 Claridon-Troy Road
Burton, OH 44021
Electronic transcripts can be sent through the state system, which is only available for Ohio schools. Parchment and/or eScrip-Safe transcripts can be emailed to GeaugaAdmissions@kent.edu.
* Please note that all application materials become the property of Kent State University and are not returnable or transferable
**Failure to report previously attended colleges or universities is considered falsification and may result in denial of admission or dismissal from the University.
Although not a requirement, we encourage students to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) online. This is used to consider your eligibility for all federal financial aid programs (grants and loans). Please refer to our Financial Aid section for more information.
If you have any questions regarding the admissions process, call 440-834-3777 or email the Admissions Office.