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Information for Students, Faculty, & Partners


The benefits of experiential education extend to all Kent State University members who participate in experiential education, as well as to the external community. Faculty will benefit from having the support required to enhance the student learning experience. Students will benefit from having unique opportunities to share their classroom knowledge and skills in meaningful services to communities


Put your classroom knowledge and skills to work. Get out into the community working with businesses, non-profit organizations and more. Develop your communication skills as you collaborate and network with professionals in your field.


Whether you're interested in community-based learning, service learning or community-based research projects, the Office of Experiential Education and Civic Engagement wants to assist you. The office presents an exciting opportunity to work with faculty, students, and departments across disciplines to incorporate civic engagement into the course curriculum.


 During the beginning stages, you'll work with OEECE and Kent State University faculty to connect your organization's goals and needs to the student's learning and professional development