Honors College Living-Learning Community

Group of tour guides with President Todd Diacon

In various situations and environments throughout life, it is important to have someone who is able to represent you. Through different clubs and organizations on-campus, there are hundreds of ways to get involved and to have your voice heard. One Honors College student put her best foot forward and is the current senator for the Honors Co...

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The National Collegiate Honors Council has announced Kent State University Honors College graduate Sarah Hagglund as a 2021 Portz Scholar. Hagglund is the 10th honors student from Kent State to be named a Portz Scholar since the national competition began in 1990.  "Each year, the NCHC awards four Portz Prizes, one to a student in ...

Sean Fitzgerald standing by a Major League Baseball display outside of Huntington Center.

Sean Fitzgerald is a senior honors student, graduating with a major in journalism and a minor in sports administration. Originally from Strongsville, Ohio, Sean says that the Honors College has come to feel like a second home in his four years at Kent State. In fact, Sean recalls moving back to the Stopher-Johnson honors residence halls in...

Honors students observe the instructor, as class is taught in the Honors College Library, which was converted to be used as additional classroom space for the 2020-2021 academic year.

This year’s Honors College incoming freshmen class totaled 516 students, representing 22 states and three countries (Egypt, India and the U.S.). Many of these students reside on campus in the Honors Living-Learning Community, composed of Stopher and Johnson Halls, as well as Centennial Court B. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, some stude...