In the event of an emergency or urgent situation, there are a number of crisis intervention resources available to Kent State University faculty, staff and students, both through Kent State University and in the communities surrounding the eight campuses.
Staff are available to provide support, resources and referrals to students, faculty and staff around women's health, academic issues and personal issues. Although we may not always be able to provide all you need, we will work with you to help you connect to the appropriate community and campus resources. We know that it can often be the “other things” that get in the way of your ability to be successful in the classroom or your work environment. We are committed to helping you get back on track.
The Women’s Center Pantry is also available with staples such as pasta, sauces, canned fruits and vegetables, rice, tuna, cereal, etc. available free of charge to students, faculty and staff in need. The Women's Center Pantry is available between 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily.
Additional Support is offered through the following campus resources
Office of Sexual and Relationship Violence Support Services (SRVSS Office, pronounced “serves”) provides support for anyone who has or knows someone who has experienced power-based personal violence (such as sexual assault, intimate partner/relationship violence and stalking) in the form of access to resources, support when participating in a criminal or conduct process and navigating support within the campus community.
- Emergency Phone: 911
- Non-emergency Phone: 330-672-2212
- Healthy References: Campus and Community Resources
- Phone: 330-672-2322
- 24-hour Nurse Line: 330-672-2326
The Women’s Clinic has experienced staff committed to working with you regarding your health. They believe health involves not only physical, but emotional, social, and spiritual well-being.
Schedule an appointment on their website or by calling 330-672-8264.
- Students contact Psychological Services for a variety of reasons, but typical concerns include: academic difficulties, stress, anxiety, depression, questions regarding sexuality, feelings of loneliness, lack of self confidence, interpersonal difficulties, and eating disorders.
- Phone: 330-672-2487
- Provides personal counseling and human development services to members of the Kent State University community (KSU students, faculty, staff, and family members), and to non-KSU area residents.
- Phone: 330-672-2208
- Services are provided by master’s and doctoral students under the close supervision of clinical faculty members who are licensed psychologists.
- Phone: 330-672-2372
- Residence Services staff can assist students with issues or concerns regarding on-campus housing.
- Phone: 330-672-7000
Kent State University is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our campus community. When it comes to individuals in emotional distress, or those who may exhibit disruptive behavior, it is important to step up and speak out. Learn more about the Step Up Speak Out initiative, contact the Dean of Students at 330-672-4050.