From Nov. 13 through Dec. 15, Kent State will be collecting clean, gently used or new items for all ages including warm clothing, hats, gloves, scarves, and sweaters. Winter coat and clothing donations will go to the Winter Warm Up Stations at the Women's Center in the Williamson House, the CARES Center in the Student Center room 106; and the Phyllis Zumkehr Portage County Clothing Center, which provides items to homeless individuals, families, elderly, and veterans in need free of charge.

  • Kent businesses, with the help of Main Street Kent, have created an exclusive weekend of special offers, giveaways, discounts and raffles just for educators Friday, Nov, 17 through Sunday, Nov. 19. Simply show your school ID at time of purchase for offerings and discounts. Explore participating businesses and special offers!

  • You are invited to join Sponsored Programs and Grants Accounting at noon on Nov. 16, 2023, for a brown bag presentation. Hosted virtually via Microsoft Teams, attendees will learn about why surveys are needed, an overview of sample questions and long-term goals based on information gathered from a successful survey. Grants Accounting will also present recent changes to their department. Bring your questions on grants management!

  • Shop at the Kent State Farmers' Market on Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 4 -7 p.m. at the Design Innovation Hub. Buy fresh and support local! Our partnership with Haymaker Farmers' Market brings the best of local farming to the Kent Campus