The Senior Guest Program at Kent State University allows Ohio residents age 60 years and older to attend regular university on-campus classes on a tuition-free basis.
Thursday, May 14
Intersession classes begin May 18
Tuesday, June 2 and Wednesday June 3
Summer I and Summer II classes begin June 4
Summer III classes begin July 13
120 North Lincoln Street
(Lincoln and Main) behind Papa John's Pizza
For questions or more details, email email@example.com or call the Office of Continuing and Distance Education
330-672-2002 or 330-672-3100.
Senior Guest students are encouraged to do the assignments and to participate fully in class discussion and activities, but always at the discretion of the instructor. Taking exams is optional.
Kent State’s Advisory Web page at www.kent.edu/advisory. This page lists any closings across the university’s eight-campus system. A red bar will appear on the top of the www.kent.edu home page if there is a cancellation or closing. The information is also posted to the university’s Facebook page and Twitter.
Television and radio broadcasts. For a complete listing of all of the television and radio stations to which Kent Campus cancellation information is reported, please visit this guide.
Below is additional information about the University and some of its many resources available to members of the community:
The library is open and free to Senior Guests. You will be able to obtain a Community User library card. If you are interested in information regarding the library, inquire at the Library Information Desk.
Senior Guests are responsible for purchasing their parking permits thru Parking Services Room 123 Schwartz Center, (330) 672-4432. You will be ticketed unless you purchase a permit from Parking Services.
Senior Guests may ride the Campus Bus free of charge on the campus. There is a nominal charge for use of the off-campus buses.
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