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As a Computer Science major, our goal is to help guide you through your degree program in a pleasant and efficient manner, as well as assist in navigating any hurdles that may arise along the way. We hope that this page will help you to do just that. Below you will find information and links to resources not just pertaining to the CS program, but your entire campus experience. However, as campus life is ever evolving, we may have missed something.  If you have questions or need one on one assistance, stop by the department office or send an e-mail to The office is located on the 2nd floor of the Mathematical and Computer Sciences Building (MSB) in room 241, just around the corner from the Mathematics office.  We can also be reached by calling 330-672-9980 between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday’s through Friday’s.

Your safety and security is also very important to us and we would like to remind you that the University offers free escort services. Please take advantage of this free service anytime you find yourself walking alone after dark (or anytime you are concerned about your safety). This service is available to everyone on campus including students, faculty and staff. Just call 330-672-7004 or dial 27004 from any campus phone. This phone number, as well as several other important campus numbers, can be found on the attached listing. Important Phone Numbers

For information on degree requirements or other issues specific to your program, please see the Undergraduate and/or Graduate sections of this website by utilizing the toolbar to the left.

Kent Association for Computing Machinery, Student Chapter

Whether your are an undergraduate student or a graduate student, a great way to meet other students in the Department is to join a student organization! One of the professional societies in computer science is the KSU Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). For more information on this organization contact the Computer Science Department.


If you want to get involved and meet new students, another great student organization at Kent State University is Hacksu. Hacksu is for students that want to learn more about a wide variety of technologies. Check out their website for more information on what they do and when they meet!

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