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Campus Conversations Series Launches
Starting Thursday, March 4th, join Dean Stocker and special guests on the new Virtual Campus Conversations series to talk about issues facing students both inside and outside the classroom - and the campus resources available to help. Each week campus administrators, faculty and staff will talk about their areas of responsibility and how they can aid in wellness and student welfare - plus some helpful tips for you to use and the availability to answer your questions, too.
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Kent State Ashtabula Welcomes Radiologic Technology Academic Program Director Tammy McClish
Tammy McClish recently joined the Ashtabula campus as the new Academic Program Director for Radiologic Technology. McClish brings a wealth of experience to the position as both a professional radiographer and a faculty member and instructor at a number of regional colleges and schools.
Campus Partners With NAACP, ACDL on “Black History and Me” Art & Writing Contest
The Kent State Ashtabula Library and Associate Professor Jessica Leveto, Ph.D. are partnering with the Ashtabula NAACP and the Ashtabula County District Library to present “Black History and Me”, an art and writing contest celebrating Black excellence and innovation. The contest is open to all students in Ashtabula County, from pre-K through college. Deadline for entries is March 12, 2021.
Winter Weather: Class Cancellations & Advisories
This page is your source for the most up-to-date and reliable information regarding class cancellations and campus closings. Before contacting the campus, check here to learn if an individual class has been canceled or in the event of inclement weather, if the campus has canceled all classes.
Kent State Bridges Gap With New Cybersecurity Major
The gap between the number of trained cybersecurity professionals and the number of available positions has increased in the past few years. To help bridge the gap, Kent State University’s College of Applied and Technical Studies will be offering an associate’s degree in cybersecurity starting Fall 2021.
Ashtabula Campus COVID-19 Information & Updates
Spring Semester began on Jan. 19 with classes being offered in-person and remotely as planned. Most offices and services are open and operating remotely.
The Library, Bookstore and all academic buildings are open. The Seasoned Cafe is open Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
When on campus, all Kent State Ashtabula community members and visitors are required to adhere to the Flashes Safe Eight principles to ensure the safety of our community. Face coverings are required.