Academic and Social Support
Kent State University provides a variety of academic resources and opportunities to meet new people. Student Accessibility Services can help you identify the appropriate resources to be successful academically and socially.
Zachary Strickler serves as the Neurodiversity Coordinator in SAS. In this role, Zach works with neurodiverse individuals and provides guidance about navigating college life as someone with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, and more. Zach can help you develop individualized strategies to assist with:
- Managing your time
- Getting organized
- Setting priorities
- Adjusting to college
- Finding and using campus resources
Click here to meet with Zach virtually.
Click here to meet with Zach in person.
Getting Off the Struggle Bus
This series of seminars is focused on putting your best foot forward. Everyone is worried about being liked, making friends, and accomplishing their goals. To help students achieve those goals, these seminars discuss impression management, goal setting and attainment, and communication. This group meets almost every week in the SAS office.