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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

John Borawski, senior advisor for the College of Arts and Sciences.

Students in jeopardy of extending their time at Kent have options

Connor Everett March 31, 2019

Graduating in four years allows students to get the credits they need at the lowest possible price, but staying longer could tack on thousands of dollars in additional loans or other expenses that could...

Academic Advisor H. Bate Agbor-Baiyee discusses scheduling with a student during an advising appointment on the 5th floor of the Kent State Library on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014.

Required advising helps students stay on track and understand their major

Tristan Buirley November 16, 2014

As the end of the semester is getting closer, students begin looking for classes to take next semester. Before they can schedule, all Kent State students have to go through required advising with advisors...

Formula to Finish encourages four-year graduation plan

Hanna Moore November 16, 2014

Formula to Finish, also known as Got 15?, launched on June 2 and works to save students time and money by having them complete 15 credit hours per semester.The initiative aims to “change the culture...

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