College Late Night Skate

College Late Night Skates are Wednesday nights at the KSU Ice Arena for Kent State college students with a current college ID.  Guests may accompany a KSU college student, but must be 18 years of age or older and have an ID.

  • Cost is $6 (includes skate rental)
  • Guests must be accompanied by a current KSU Student.   
  • College Late Night Skate admission sales will begin 30-minutes prior to the session start time.
College Late Night Skate Schedule

Wednesdays, 9:30 - 11 p.m.

  • Nov. 2
  • Nov. 9
  • Nov. 16
  • Nov. 30
  • Dec. 7
  • Dec. 14
College Late Night Skate Rules

All patrons must follow all posted or stated facility rules.  Anyone not abiding by posted or stated rules and regulations OR conduct that may endanger the safety of self or others may be asked to leave the ice and/or facility without refund.

  • Students must wear skates when on ice.  No one is permitted on the ice without skates.
  • Skaters must keep always moving with the designated traffic while on the ice.
  • In the event of an injury, notify a skate guard or rink personnel immediately.
  • No roughness, excessive speeding, racing, weaving, or human chains. Tag or other games and sticks or pucks is prohibited.
  • No intentional sliding or diving on the ice or kicking or chipping of the ice is permitted.
  • No throwing snowballs or any other objects.
  • Do not sit on the dasher boards.
  • No headphones allowed.
  • No Skates are permitted on the bleachers or in any other unprotected concrete areas of the facility.
  • Ice rink exit doors are to remain clear at all times.
  • No eating, drinking, or gum chewing is permitted on the ice.
  • The use of tobacco products, e-cigs, alcohol, or illegal substances on the ice or on the premises is prohibited.​​​​​​​
Skating Assumption of Risk

Skaters are deemed to have knowledge of and assume the inherent risk of engaging in ice skating including but not limited to the following:

  • Injuries that result from collisions or contact with other skaters or other individuals who are on the skating surface.
  • Injuries that result from falls.
  • Injuries that involve objects or artificial structures that are properly within the intended path of travel of the skater or other individuals.