Get Involved

We Want to Hear What You Have to Say

All university community members are encouraged to use this feedback form throughout the development of The Golden Road to Student Success. Your insights are invaluable in our effort to position the Division of Academic Affairs for a bolder, brighter future.  

In addition to providing general feedback, this form allows users to share their ideas, ask questions or share a concern. The steering committee looks forward to reading your feedback and using it to support our efforts. 

Access the Academic Affairs Strategic Plan Feedback Form

Your Participation Matters

As part of the Academic Affairs strategic planning process, faculty, staff and students are invited to contribute to the shaping of The Golden Road to Student Success through a series of town hall forums and focus groups. Participants will be asked to share their perspectives about key subjects within academic affairs that will enhance student retention efforts; recognition of faculty, staff and students; research; community engagement; and more.  

Members of the university community can expect to receive invitations via email to participate in upcoming events. More information regarding event dates, times and locations will be available in the coming weeks.

Town Halls, Forums and Events

Recognizing our faculty forum

The Division of Academic Affairs invites you to attend a faculty forum where we will ask for your valuable feedback and input. This information will be used to enhance the ways Kent State recognizes our faculty accomplishments, supports research, scholarship and creative activity, and provides and encourages professional development and collaboration opportunities

Recognition of Our Faculty Forum

Monday, May 2, 2022
4 - 5:30pm
Click Here to Join the Forum

Academic success and student belonging student forums

The Division of Academic Affairs invites you to attend a student forum where we will ask for your valuable feedback on your overall learning experience and how Kent State can support you on your path to academic success and student belonging. Your responses will directly impact and shape the Academic Affairs strategic plan. Upcoming Student Forum information is below. Lunch will be provided. Registration is recommended.

Student Forum - Graduate Students

Tuesday, March 22, 2022
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Design Innovation Hub; DI 250 Fellows Suite / Remote Option
Register Here


Student Forum - Undergraduate Students

Wednesday, March 23, 2022
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Design Innovation Hub; DI 250 Fellows Suite / Remote Option 
Register Here

Research and Sponsored Programs Town Hall

Please join us for a research town hall Monday, March 7 at 11AM. Interim Vice President Delahanty will provide an overview of the new Carnegie R1 designation, what it means, how we received the designation, and preliminary plans moving forward to continue to grow research while optimizing the odds of maintaining R1 status.  Additionally, we will engage in conversations regarding the goals and objectives for the Academic Affairs Strategic Plan.

Monday, Mar. 7, 2022
11:00am - 12:00pm