KENT, Ohio — Kent State College is waiving utility charges from now till December 1, 2020.
KSU has already enacted different modifications to the admission processes corresponding to waiving ACT and SAT standardized check necessities, with testing canceled in lots of areas because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The college says it is utilizing a extra holistic method to find out scholar admissions.
Moreover, all candidates are mechanically thought of for benefit primarily based scholarships.
“That is one other approach we’re eradicating a barrier to a school training, and we hope those that are focused on pursuing a university diploma will discover Kent State and apply,” stated Sean Broghammer, Ph.D., affiliate vp for enrollment administration, admissions. “This fall, we simplified our admissions course of and made modifications because of the unprecedented challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have now made it simpler for potential college students to use to Kent State, and waiving utility charges in November is our newest incentive.”