Academic Success Center: Whether you need tutoring in a specific course, extra instruction in a course that is particularly difficult, help with developing study strategies, or want to update your computer skills, the Academic Success Center is the first place you should contact (during the first week of classes each semester) to apply for assistance.
Location: 207 Schwartz Center
Writing Commons: Offers comprehensive writing tutoring that includes, help starting papers, learning to proofread, overcoming writers block, helping students find resources, creating a thesis statement among other aspects of writing.
Location: 4th Floor of the Library
Counseling & Human Development Center: Comfortable and professional, the center represents an opportunity to pursue progress, healing, or education relating to your concerns. All services are provided free of cost to Kent State students, staff and faculty and at a very little cost to the community.
Location: 325 White Hall
Psychological Clinic: The Psychological Clinic is the training site for graduate students in the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology in the Department of Psychology at Kent State University. Services including individual counseling and psychological testing are provided by master and doctoral students under the close supervision of clinical faculty members who are licensed psychologists.
Location: 176 Kent Hall
Psychological Services: Students contact Psychological Service 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.
Location: DeWeese Health Center
University Health Services: Offers comprehensive outpatient services, including office visits, radiology, physical therapy, and women's clinic; 24-hour nurse helpline; Office of Health Promotion; and Psychological Services.
Location: DeWeese Health Center
KSU Bookstore: Kent State University Campus bookstore provides students with more than the required textbooks. The bookstore offers Kent State clothing and logo merchandise as well as other academic supplies.
Location: 124 Kent Student Center
Career Services: Offers comprehensive services including career counseling, internship and job search assistance, resume writing, interview preparation, on-campus interviews, career fairs, student employment, and testing for academic credit.
Location: 261 Schwartz Center
Center for Adult and Veteran Services: Offers advising, counseling and programs for adult students with multiple life responsibilities including services for single parents and veterans.
Location: 181 Schwartz Center
Center for Student Involvement: Offers information on student organizations, fraternities and sororities, commuter student services and programs, leadership training, leadership awards and recognition, campus-wide programming and student governance.
Location: 226 Kent Student Center
Office of the Student Ombuds: The Student Ombuds assists students in resolving university-relate problems, concerns and grievances. The office provides individualized information and referrals, as well as confidential consultation.
Location: 250 Kent Student Center
Parking Services: Parking Services is responsible for providing well-maintained parking lots, regulated parking areas, special event parking and on-campus assistance to stranded motorists. Parking Services also manages parking permits for Kent State faculty, staff and students.
Location: 123 Schwartz Center
PARTA: The Portage Area Regional Transit Authority is a bus service serving the Kent Campus and surrounding community. PARTA provides three on-campus routes: the Campus Loop, Allerton, and Stadium/Front Campus. These routes are open to all students and visitors of the university.
Location: 2000 Summit Rd
Residence Services: Residence Services provides on campus living for undergraduates and graduate students and student families; residential security escort services; special program halls and learning communities; interhall council; guest and summer conferences housing.
Location: Korb Hall
Student Financial Aid: Provides financial aid counseling and assistance with application process for federal, state and institutional financial aid such as grants, loans, scholarships and veterans' benefits.
Location: 103 Schwartz Center
Student Recreation & Wellness Center: Offers comprehensive recreational services including aquatics, fitness, informal recreation, sports clubs, tournament sports and an outdoor adventure center.
Location: 1550 Ted Boyd Drive
Women's Center: A source of education, information, advocacy and information/referral programs and services for women in Kent's large education and geographical communities.
Location: Alumni Carriage House