IN A FLASH: Future Flashes on Campus

Flash the mascot welcoming guests on a Future Flashes Day.

Each Friday, over the next few weeks, several hundred admitted students and their families will be visiting the Kent Campus of Kent State University for Future Flash Days. About a third of them are still determining whether Kent State is the right fit for them. 

Future Flash families visiting Kent State.

You could encounter families from Ohio, or 49 other states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico on campus on the following dates:

Friday, Feb. 16; Friday, Feb. 23, Friday, March 8, Friday, March 15, Friday, April 12 and Friday, April 19.

A proud Future Flash.

Sean Broghammer, Ph,D., vice president of the Division of Enrollment Management, encourages everyone on campus to help make these students' visits to Kent State positive and memorable by: 

-Wearing your blue and gold, whether it be work-appropriate attire or a lapel pin.
-Giving students and families your usual warm "Welcome to Kent State" and answer any questions they may have. Show them how excited we are to have them join us here. 
These students and families will be on campus most of the day and will be carrying gold, drawstring bags. 

A happy Future Flash.

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POSTED: Friday, February 23, 2024 09:46 AM
Updated: Friday, February 23, 2024 10:16 AM
Phil B. Soencksen
Rami Daud, senior photographer, University Communications and Marketing