We offer up to 3 Blue Books for free per day! Come to our office in the student center to pick up your free books.
Bluebooks are used to take tests in for certain business, humanities, and history classes.
Student legal services
Student Legal Services is a non-profit law firm that was brought to Kent State University by the Undergraduate Student Senate.
Our purpose is to help you understand and resolve the legal issues that you might face while you are a student. Our attorneys are committed to serving their clients by providing them with the highest quality legal representation and advice in a wide variety of areas.
Judicial Advocates are students like you who assist fellow students who are going to a Student Conduct Hearing. They help the accused Student understand both the process of the hearing and the possible sanctions. If requested, the advocate may be present during the student conduct hearing. At the hearing the advocate can only advise the student on what he or she should say or do.
If you have any questions regarding Judicial Advocate services or how to become an advocate, please contact the Director of Student Advancement, Chanelle Waligura (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Want to learn more about Judicial Advocates? Click the button below!
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
What is DACA?
DACA is administrative relief from deportation. The purpose of DACA is to protect eligible immigrant youth who came to the United States when they were children from deportation. DACA gives young undocumented immigrants: 1) protection from deportation, and 2) a work permit. The program expires after two years, subject to renewal.
If you want step-by-step information about DACA and if this can benefit you, please CLICK HERE
Kent State University's Student Legal Services can help if you are a DACA student.
Students, know your renters’ rights! Don’t move into an inhospitable house or apartment.
CLICK HERE to find out what House and Apartment Issues May Include.
For more information contact Student Legal Services, the Undergraduate Government, or a City Inspector.
Student Legal Services: (330) 672-9550 | http://dept.lent.edu/sls
Undergraduate Student Government: (330) 672-9550
The primary goal of the Office of the Student Ombuds is to provide students confidential consultation in assisting with the possible resolution of any university-related concern, grievance or appeal.
Students work closely with the Student Ombuds in developing both informal and formal strategies that will assist them in resolving their university-related concerns.
For more information please contact the Director of Student Advancement, Chanelle Waligura.
Student Success Programs
Student Success Programs provide different types of support to first-year students in their transition to university life through workshops like student Success Series, Save My Semester, and Recalculating Your Route!
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Conduct Undergraduate Research!
Students from all departments can receive credit for conducting research—no matter the college or field of study. It also looks great on a resume and on graduate applications. interested? Contact Ann Gosky, Director of the Office of Student Research!
207 Michael Schwartz Center
Academic Success Center
The Academic Success Center provides free academic support to all undergraduate students through University Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, Study Skills, and Academic Coaching.
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Join the Honors College!
The Honors College provides an enriched educational experience for academically motivated and talented students at Kent State University through learning opportunities in and out of the classroom with mentoring professors.
20 Stopher Hall
TRIO Student Support Services
TRIO Student Support Services provides academic tutoring, personal counseling, mentoring, financial guidance, and other supports for historically underrepresented students.
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Studying abroad provides students with a global academic perspective, regardless of their college affiliation. Study abroad opportunities include Florence, Geneva, Poland, Greece, Germany, Cuba, Salamanca, among others.
106 Van Campen Hall