Current KSU Students

Need to connect with SAS?

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in courses at the Kent Campus and are requesting disability-related accommodations, your first step is to connect with SAS. We encourage you to connect with SAS prior to the start of your first semester.

If you are a student at a Kent State regional campus, your first step is to connect with the SAS office at your primary campus. If you are already connected with SAS at any campus, you do not need to schedule an appointment with another campus to be able to use your accommodations. Since campus processes may be different, it is helpful to schedule a short consultation with SAS at any campus you're taking classes. 

If you are a student at Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine, connect with SAS at KSUCPM.

Already connected with SAS?

If you are already connected with SAS and are not requesting changes to your accommodations, you can simply request your accommodations through Access KSU.

Access KSU can be used at any Kent State regional campus. If you are already connected with SAS, it's helpful to contact the SAS office at each campus where you're taking classes to understand how to use your accommodations. Testing and other accommodation procedures will vary by campus. For contact information, please visit the SAS offices at the Kent State regional campuses webpage.

Kent Campus students should review the Kent SAS Student Handbook. 

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