In-person campus visits are offered several times each week and include a personal campus tour with a student ambassador and the chance to meet with an admissions counselor, academic advisor and financial aid professional. Campus visits are perfect for students at any phase of the college search.
Schedule Your Visit
Additionally, you can schedule a personal campus visit by contacting our Admissions Office by phone at 330-339-3391, by text at 330-556-5549, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students in grades 6 through 11 and their parents are invited to attend this session to learn more about the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. This is the program through which college-ready students can enroll in courses on the college campus in order to earn both high school and college credit. College Credit Plus (CCP) families are invited to visit with representatives from our campus majors, clubs, Honors Program and athletics before and after the presentation to learn more about Kent State Tuscarawas. Interested students should visit www.kent.edu/tusc/college-credit-plus to learn more and to watch an informational video about the program.
Advanced registration is preferred, but not required.
Open to all prospective students! Learn more about admissions, financial aid and our associate and Bachelor’s degree programs. The event will include campus tours and open tables to browse our programs of study and campus services. Faculty, academic advisors, and admissions & financial aid professionals will all be available to answer your questions!
5:30 - 7:30pm – Open Tables, Campus Tours
6:00 - 6:45pm – College Credit Plus (CCP) Information Session
Free to any student and parents, regardless of the college you plan to attend. Advance registration is not required. During these workshops, computers will be available for you to complete the 2024-2025 FAFSA.
Wednesday, January 24th from 4pm-7pm
Founders Hall, A200/A224 (2nd Floor)
Saturday, February 3rd from 9am-12pm*
Founders Hall, Cyber Café (2nd Floor)
Wednesday, February 7th from 4pm-7pm*
Founders Hall, A200/A224 (2nd Floor)
*Please note: We are now encouraging students to attend our February workshops instead of our previously published January dates. We have received communication from the Department of Education that, following the immediate release of the 2024-2025 FAFSA, users may experience difficulties accessing the form. Therefore, we have moved our dates back in the hopes of a more seamless experience submitting the FAFSA.
We recommend bringing your parent if you’re a current or future student under 24 years old, as well as the following:
You and your parent’s FSA ID/Account Username and Password (Please be sure to create your account prior to attending our workshop.)
You and your parents’ 2022 Tax Returns (both if filed separately), as well as other records of money earned
For this event, we welcome local high school junior and senior Honor Society members and AP students to visit campus for interactive demonstrations of our high-tech facilities as well as lectures presented by some of our top faculty. Students will learn more about the campus while also exploring what it means to be a college Honors student. Space is limited for this event, and reservations are required.
Parents of high school students are invited to join us for an informative hour! Parents will learn about programs that allow students to earn college credit while still in high school, such AP, CCP and Dual Credit. In addition, we'll share information about when and how to register for ACT testing. Admissions experts will discuss tips for choosing and applying to colleges. Finally, our financial aid expert will share the basics of applying for financial aid and scholarships.
All prospective students are invited to this expo-style event where representatives from Admissions and Financial Aid, along with faculty representing a variety of our majors will be present to answer all your questions. Campus Tours will be available throughout the event. A College Credit Plus (CCP) session will be held at 6:00pm.