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Autism Connections Kent

We are a student organization dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable social support network for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and family. We also aim to educate "neurotypicals" about what living with Autism is like, and resources for pre-professionals with ASDs.


Body Acceptance Movement

The Body Acceptance Movement (BAM) is a student-run organization at Kent State University dedicated to educating, promoting, and supporting students on creating a lifestyle rich in body acceptance.


Council for Exceptional Children at KSU

The purpose of the organization shall be to improve the quality of life for individuals with exceptionalities and their families through professional excellence and advocacy. The organization shall coordinate and promote activities, programs and fundraising events which are of support to the goals of the organization.


Dress up for Downs

The mission of the organization is to partner with the Down Syndrome community to develop garments that are age appropriate and customized to fit their body types along with holding fundraisers and social events to inform Kent State University students about Down Syndrome.


Girls Helping Girls

To provide resources that will enhance personal and professional development. To encourage friendship and community collaboration amongst young women with dreams of inspiring one another to building a brighter future.


I'm That KSU Girl

I'm that KSU girl is a community, support system, and movement that is teaching girls to love, express, and be who they are. We have meaningful conversations and are changing girl culture to have each of us be the best version of ourselves with the help of one another.


Mental Awareness Club

MAC's mission is to educate Kent State students about mental illness in the Black community.


Stand for the Silent

This is a national Anti-bullying campaign. Our goal is to spread awareness on the impact bullying can have. This organization was started by a man who lost his son at the age of 11 to suicide due to bullying. We want to eradicate bullying and prevent other children from losing their lives to this epidemic.


To Write Love on Her Arms

TWLOHA: KSU is a chapter of the national nonprofit organization and is dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA, Inc. exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also invest directly into treatment and recovery.