Academic Diversity Outreach provides academic and career exploration opportunities that challenge and support students to reach their full potential. Through engaging programming and an intentional campus support network we foster students’ ability to be retained and subsequently persist through graduation.
The Academic Success Center helps empower students to become independent learners through engaging support programs while providing an inclusive community that honors the uniqueness of each individual's academic journey.
We're not just about what you'll do after graduation; we're about your journey to get there. Stop by Career Exploration and Development today to find on campus employment, connect your interests and skills to careers and majors, polish and update your resume, create a LinkedIn profile, practice interviewing and discover internships and co-ops.
Expert Academic Advisors are here to help you make the best decision for your future. The Exploratory program affords a tremendous opportunity to learn more about yourself, majors, and careers. When you start classes as a new student, you'll join a family of nearly 500 other Exploratory students -- this makes the Exploratory program the largest major for first-year and transfer students! Our Exploratory program has been recognized twice nationally for its award-winning process to help you confidently choose a major and stay on track to graduation.
The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program commonly referred to as The McNair Scholars Program prepares undergraduate students who are first-generation, from designated income or underrepresented groups in graduate schools, for doctoral study. McNair Scholars are engaged in scholarly research, mentored by faculty, and are exposed to varied academic and cultural experiences.
Explore the community by working with businesses, non-profit organizations and more. Develop your communication skills as you collaborate and network with professionals in your field and enhance your understanding of our world and social justice issues.
The Office of Student Success Programs is here to partner with you and Golden Flash Family members to make the first year extraordinary. Kent State University offers academic and co-curricular experiences that will amaze and excite you.
Student Support Services assists first generation, designated income and students registered with Student Accessibility Services in navigating campus resources and creating a meaningful Kent State experience. Support is provided in the core areas of Academic Success, Personal and Professional Development and Advocacy and Support. Services and programming within Student Support Services provide endless opportunities for self-reflection, discovery, and learning.
The Technical, Media and Design team in University College provides support for Student Success Programs, Graduate Studies, Research & Sponsored Programs, Upward Bound, and several student organizations.
Envision a future designed by you! University Advising and Testing advances access to progressive learning pathways that prepare the change agenda of tomorrow. Through our comprehensive student-centered approach, we support Kent State University students from start to finish!
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800 E. Summit St. Kent, OH 44242
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