Undergraduate Student Resources
Resources for Prospective Students
PROSPECTIVE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Welcome to the College of the Arts at Kent State University! The College of the Arts is comprised of the Schools of Art, Fashion, Music, and Theatre and Dance.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
To learn more about our undergraduate degree programs, visit the link below.
College of the Arts Visit Days
The College of the Arts hosts visit days for prospective students in each of our Schools. For a full list of upcoming visit opportunities, please visit the link below.
INFORMATION FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS
The College of the Arts recognizes the importance of finding the right fit for your education and career goals. Learn more about the application process as a transfer student at the link below.
PROSPECTIVE GRADUATE STUDENTS
The College of the Arts offers graduate degree programs in the Schools of Art, Fashion, Music, and Theatre and Dance.
Resources for Current Students
College of the Arts Advising supports the university advising mission by providing comprehensive academic advising to our students. Advising is an ongoing developmental process, in which academic advisors partner with students and the university community to support students in attaining their goals.
Learn more about scholarship options at Kent State University and in the College of the Arts. Our Scholarships resource page includes information on the College of the Arts Emergency Scholarship Fund.
Each School in the College of the Arts has a robust student life with multiple student organizations. For more information about the student organizations within the College of the Arts, visit the link below.
The College of the Arts and Kent State University provides resources for career advising to students. To learn more, visit the link below.
STUDY AWAY OPPORTUNITIES
Kent State University provides a multitude of study away opportunities. Learn more about where you can study at the link below.
DEAN'S STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
College of the Arts students are invited to participate in the Dean's Student Advisory Council.
Resources for Non-Arts Majors
REGISTER FOR AN ARTS ELECTIVE COURSE
A variety of courses in the College of the Arts are open to non-Arts majors.
For more information, visit the link below.