Move Communities and Maps

This is a unique opportunity for us to build our “move” communities here at Kent State University.  Do you have a walking date and meeting spot you launch from weekly?  Have a running or 5K you’re preparing for and looking for a running mate?  Are you a rock-climbing enthusiast or have an interest in learning how to rock climb?  Perhaps you are a lunchtime stroller, morning swimmer, or bike rider who would welcome and enjoy like individuals.  We welcome all “movers” from all campuses to share opportunities to join you.  Below you will find groups and individuals that meet regularly and welcome others who may be interested. 

As a tool for our movers, we have included a printable map with seven routes ranging from quarter-mile to 3-mile for the Kent campus and have also included a non-marked map for individuals that might like to map their own unique routes and share with our community. If you have a map or community that you would like to add to this page, please email

We can all help build a healthy campus one “step” at a time.  

Kent Campus Opportunities:
  • Meet Mon-Fri., weather permitting, at the UFM flag pole at 11:30 a.m. near the UFM Administration building, 1781 E. Summit Street. All are welcome! 
    Wellness Ambassador, Nicole Corll,

  • Meet Tuesdays, weather permitting, 12 noon at Heer Hall for 30-40 minute walk

    Executive Director, Employee Benefits, Wellness and Health Promotion, Kim Hauge,

  • Free Fridays at the Rec (CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19) (employees have full access to the SRWC every Friday.  This includes Group X classes too!).  Bring your Flashcard I.D.

  • Looking for interested persons for roller skating on nice days at lunchtime.  Interested in setting up Wednesday lunch skates on a tennis court, Dix Stadium parking lot, the bike and hike trail from Loop Rd. to Dix Stadium, or something similar.  Willing to help teach beginner skaters.  
    Misty Sommers, or 330-672-1888 

  • See our online maps and distance guides

Regional Campus Opportunities
The Great Outdoors