Feeling stressed about...
your physical or emotional health?
If you're thinking you may want to withdraw from a course this semester, before you take action, let's talk. Kent State has dedicated resources - for those exact reasons - to support you.
We’re here for you because Flashes take care of Flashes. We understand that COVID-19 has had an impact on our students and their families, and we want to offer every resource – financial assistance such as scholarships, payment plans and financial aid assistance along with counseling and healthcare.
The Flashes in the administration, faculty and staff will help you keep moving forward and we’ll do everything we can to help you graduate.
We’re here to help! Kent State has dedicated resources just for these reasons — to support you. Reach out, let’s talk and see how we can help.
If you are a student attending one of our Regional Campuses, please reach out to Student Services on your respective campus for assistance.
If you’re struggling in your coursework or feeling overwhelmed by studying, before you withdraw, reach out to your instructor to discuss your difficulties and your progress, Also, talk with your advisor to see what your options may be, including staying in the class, withdrawing, requesting an incomplete or taking the class pass/fail, if that’s an option for that specific course.
Contact the Academic Success Center for tutoring (drop-in, scheduled and e-tutoring) as well as to receive study tips, academic coaching and online supplemental instruction — personalized for your needs.
If you’re considering withdrawing because of financial concerns or due to a change in your family’s household income, you can reach out to One Stop for Student Services. They’re here to help and find possible solutions and options for your situation.
Your overall well-being is key to your success. There are resources on campus that help you feel your best.
- Your Mental Health - Feeling overwhelmed? Depressed? Before you withdraw, talk with a counselor at Counseling and Psychological Services. Call 330-672-2487 to schedule an appointment.
- Your Physical Health/Medical Concerns - Feeling tired? Run down? Before you withdraw, talk with someone at University Health Services. They can check your overall health, and see if you’re getting enough sleep, eating properly and staying active. Call 330-672-2322 for an appointment.
Please know that the health center is currently not accepting walk-ins, so an appointment is needed.
Students attending regional campuses can find assistance at the links below.
- Ashtabula Campus
- East Liverpool and Salem Campuses
- Geauga and Twinsburg Academic Center Campuses
- Stark Campus
- Trumbull Campus
- Tuscarawas Campus
Flashes Take Care of Flashes.
BEFORE YOU WITHDRAW – LET’S TALK. WE’RE HERE TO HELP.