Stark Campus COVID-19 Information & Updates

Updated June 17, 2021:

KENT STATE COVID-19 UPDATES & QUESTIONS

COVID-19 DASHBOARD    FLASHES COVID-19 PREVENTION INFORMATION


STARK CAMPUS SUMMER 2021 OPERATIONS


STARK CAMPUS COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

 
LIMITED SERVICES AVAILABLE

Many services will continue to operate remotely through July 30. Continue to follow Flashes COVID-19 Prevention.

CLEANING & DISINFECTING

Campus areas will be cleaned and disinfected twice per day. Cleaning and disinfecting stations are located throughout campus. Please do not move cleaning supplies from room to room. Plexiglass barriers have been installed in high traffic offices and areas.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU FEEL YOU HAVE COVID-19 SYMPTOMS

If you have an emergency warning sign (including trouble breathing), get emergency medical care immediately and/or call 911 and:


STARK CAMPUS ASSISTANCE 

  • Email starkinfo@kent.edu or call 330-499-9600. Emails and messages will be returned by the next business day.
  • Campus Security can be reached at 330-244-3333. Save this number as a favorite in your phone.

KEEP ON LEARNING / TEACHING / WORKING

 
STUDENTS - KEEP ON LEARNING

Under unusual and difficult circumstances, your instructors and campus staff are working hard to make sure your education has as few interruptions as possible.

Many face-to-face classes are being offered via remote instruction. The learning management system, Blackboard, will be the primary platform used for delivering your class remotely. Your instructor may choose to deliver synchronous (real-time) video-conferences or may post content for you to read or watch asynchronously. 

FACULTY - KEEP ON TEACHING

  • Remote instruction resources for faculty can be found at www.kent.edu/keeponteaching.
  • A Stark Campus Blackboard course has been created as a faculty resource. In Blackboard, view RESOURCE - Stark Faculty Remote Instruction under My Courses.
  • For technology issues, contact TechHelp by either submitting a support ticket or via Live Chat with support staff. You can also call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 330-672-HELP.
  • Visit Inform@DoIT for faculty and staff.

STAFF - KEEP ON WORKING


ACADEMIC ADVISING


ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER


ADMISSIONS


BOOKSTORE


CAMPUS TOURS


COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS


COMPUTER LABS


CONFERENCE CENTER


CORPORATE UNIVERSITY


COUNSELING SERVICES

  • The Stark Counseling Services staff is assisting students remotely.
  • For counseling services questions, email starkcounseling@kent.edu
  • Students can also contact counselor Kelsey Kalgreen at 330-244-3408.
  • Faculty and staff may contact Kent State University’s Employee Assistance Program, IMPACT, at 1-800-227-6007, for live, immediate assistance.
  • There are several 24/7 professional support services available that can also connect you to local resources. You can reach the Crisis Text Hotline by texting 741-741. You can reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or by visiting their website for a live chat.
  • www.kent.edu/stark/counseling-services

EMPORIUM GRILLE & MARKET


EVENTS


FINANCIAL AID

     VETERANS BENEFITS & MILITARY CALL-UP GUIDELINES


FIRST STEP - FIRST-YEAR ADVISING & REGISTRATION


FLASHCARD STUDENT ID


FLASH'S FOOD PANTRY & FLASH'S PROFESSIONAL CLOSET


GLOBAL EDUCATION INITIATIVES


INTERNSHIP & CAREER SERVICES


LIBRARY


PARKING SERVICES


RECREATION & WELLNESS CENTER


SENIOR GUESTS


SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER & CANTON SCORE


STUDENT ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES


STUDENT INVOLVEMENT & ORGANIZATIONS


STUDENT SERVICES OFFICE


STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES


TESTING SERVICES


TUTORING SERVICES


WRITING CENTER


CONTINUE TO TAKE PREVENTATIVE MEASURES

FLASHES COVID-19 PREVENTION INFORMATION
It is imperative that we take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Additional information can be found here:

We take all of these steps to ensure the health and safety of our campus community and to be proactive in an effort to prevent illness while continuing the academic mission of the university.

We will continue to monitor the outbreak and will align our recommendations with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization and other city, state and federal agencies.

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POSTED: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 3:56pm
UPDATED: Saturday, June 19, 2021 - 11:00am
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Kent State University at Stark