Commonly Used University Offices
- Kent State Parents & Families
- Kent State Future Students Section
- Kent State Current Students Section
It's taken you years to arrive here, at the threshold of your college education. You have plans -- not just for the next four years or so, but for life beyond college. Plans for a career, a lifestyle. You know how important your education is to those plans, and you're willing to invest time and money in acquiring the knowledge and skills you'll need.
That's why you're considering Kent State University. You know its academic reputation: programs with regional, national, and international reputations. Faculty who have been honored by the most prestigious academic and honorary associations time after time. Comfortable classrooms and residence hall rooms and state-of-the-art facilities.
As important as Kent's academic quality is to you, you are also drawn to the campus community -- the many student services available to you, the rich diversity of people, and the sheer fun of residence life and involvement in Kent's many campus activities.
Primary Services Include:
- Kent Academic Progress System (KAPS)
- diploma processing and posting of degrees
- academic probation and dismissal posting
- enrollment reporting and student data analysis
- determination of Ohio residency for tuition purposes
- registration and schedule adjustmentschedule of classes production
- name and address changes
- transcript services
- grade processing
- athletic eligibility
- enrollment certification
- change of academic program
The Bursar's Office is located in Room 131 Schwartz Center, Kent State University, P.O. Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242-0001. Click here for further information about hours of operation.
ANNOUNCING WEB PAYMENT PROCESSINGThe Bursar's Office will now accept credit card payments Online. Click here if you want to process a credit card payment Online or view your bill information. You will need to know your student ID number and PIN to to use this service.
Whom Do We Serve?
Any student for whom the usual 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. schedule of full-time, credit course work pursued while living in a campus residence hall doesn't fit the life circumstances Undergraduate students 21 years of age and older at the time of first college enrollment
Any student, regardless of age, who wishes to enter KSU as an evening and/or weekend undergraduate student
Non-traditional current or prospective students, whose primary life roles/responsibilities exist separate from the university and take precedence over the role of student
The Career Services Center utilizes innovative technologies to provide student and career employment assistance, educational programming, career counseling, and academic testing services.