Flashes Take Care of Flashes
Kent State Announces Immediate Changes to Admissions Approach
Unprecedented challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic necessitate a change in approach to Kent State University’s admissions process to ensure student access and success.
“We recognize that COVID-19 has disrupted the college enrollment process for our prospective students and K-12 educational partners,” said Sean Broghammer, Ph.D., associate vice president for enrollment management/admissions at Kent State. “Therefore, we have worked to simplify our admissions process beginning with the 2020 Fall Semester.”
Stark Campus Services & Updates
The campus is closed until further notice due to the spread of COVID-19.
CLASSES AND ESSENTIAL SERVICES ARE BEING DELIVERED REMOTELY.
Continue to take preventative measures. It is imperative that we take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Read more for updates and available Stark Campus services.
Kent State Creates Emergency Fund to Help Students Financially During COVID-19 Crisis
Kent State University announced the creation of the Pay It Flash Forward Emergency Fund that will help students who are unexpectedly finding themselves in financial need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Our students need us now more than ever,” said Kent State President Todd Diacon. “I am confident that our Golden Flash family will answer that call, because despite the uncertainty we are all facing at this time, there is one thing that remains constant: Flashes take care of Flashes.”
Creating Dreamers and Doers: Jasmine Long and Sharon Ware
Jasmine Long and Sharon Ware grew up in different neighborhoods, but their connection transcends residential blocks. Broken barriers now build the dreams to change their communities for the better.
Professor Carrie Schweitzer to Lead New Geology Degree Program
Professor Carrie Schweitzer has discovered hundreds of new species. Now, this research standout is leading students in a new degree program.
Carrie Schweitzer has always been interested in the things of Earth. The stuff that lies just below the surface of land and sea.