Summer Sessions

WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER

Kent State applauds Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s proactive approach to keeping our state safe during the ongoing spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). On March 12, Gov. DeWine banned all indoor and outdoor events with more than 100 attendees and provided the estimate that the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ohio will likely peak between late April and mid-May. 

As such, we will extend remote instruction of face-to-face summer courses that begin before July 9.

  • Summer offerings during Intersession (May 14-June 3), Summer I (June 4-July 8) and Summer II (June 4-July 29) will be held by remote instruction (synchronous and asynchronous) only. Moreover, any other scheduled summer course that begins before July 9 will be delivered through remote instruction only.
  • Most Summer III (July 9-Aug. 12) and other courses that begin on July 9 or after by late May will be held remotely, although some in-person classes will be held.

SUMMER AT KENT STATE STARK

Whether you're already a student here or a student from another college or university, rethink summer by taking classes at Kent State Stark.

Take classes to

  • Get ahead in your program
  • Catch up on missed requirements or incomplete credits
  • Focus on a challenging class
  • Boost your Kent State GPA
  • Tackle prerequisites for fall semester classes
  • Take classes that fill quickly during fall and spring semesters
  • Get "back on track" to graduate on time - or graduate early

The summer schedule of classes is available on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020.


CURRENT KENT STATE STUDENTS

  • Look up classes online in  FlashLine > Student > Resources > Courses and Registration > Look Up and Register for Courses
  • Summer registration begins Monday, Feb. 17
  • Review Summer Financial Aid Information
  • Schedule an Advising Appointment if needed
  • Parking hang tags are NOT required for summer

GUEST (VISITING) STUDENTS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS


NEW STUDENTS TO KENT STATE STARTING IN SUMMER