If emergency conditions should cause disruption to university operations, this guide will help you continue to provide uninterrupted service to your colleagues and constituents.
- If you are a student looking for resources regarding learning from home, please visit the Keep on Learning website.
- If you are a faculty member looking for resources regarding teaching from home, please visit the Keep on Teaching website.
- If you are faculty/staff, looking for teleworking guidelines, health and wellbeing support, please visit https://www.kent.edu/hr/wellness/telecommuting
- If you are working from home, please follow the IT Security Goals to stay safe and secure online.
In order to support Kent State’s Keep on Teaching and Keep on Working efforts, new workshops, as well as recorded sessions, have been created for faculty and staff by the Division of Information Technology, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the Office of Continuing and Distance Education (OCDE).
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic the university has partnered with Adobe to provide free Adobe Creative Cloud licenses to our students, faculty and staff to allow continued access to the tools from off-campus. Please see the Keep on Learning, Teaching, Working with Free Adobe Creative Cloud article for more information.
NOTICE: Kent State University will never send you a flash drive in the mail. If you receive a flash drive in the mail, DO NOT plug it in to your computer, contact the Kent State Helpdesk at support.kent.edu via chat or by submitting a ticket.