What We Do

Student Life is part of the broader Student Activities area that brings you services, resources, activities and events from the nonacademic side of college life. We like to think of ourselves as a classroom - without walls. Below you will find brief information and links to the many things we provide - we hope your KSU experience will be richer because of us!

Kennesaw State University supports and encourages participation in co-curricular activities as an integral part of your total education. The decision is yours - to get a degree or an education. Any active student involved in student organizations or volunteering in the community can attest to the learning acquired and the satisfaction experienced through involvement. By combining the skills you develop through co-curricular involvement and the knowledge gained in the classroom, you will be much better prepared in enjoying college, getting that job and developing your total potential.

The benefits are many: a sense of achievement, self development and growth, leadership skills and values, such as problem solving, communication, and organization. You can expand your circle of friends, better balance your academic life and just enjoy yourself.

Student Activities supports all 300+ Registered Student Organizations, the new organization process, and all SOAR Fairs. We coordinate University wide activities & programs such as Week of Welcome, Homecoming and more. Student Life also provide students the opportunity to experience learning environments that occur outside of the classroom with the Explore Atlanta program. The Kennesaw Activities Board (KAB), Marietta Activities Council (MAC), and Student Government Association (SGA) are housed under Student Activities. 

 Two other areas, Fraternity & Sorority Life and Student Media are also housed under Student Activities.

For general student involvement and student activity questions, use the Staff page or Contact form.

For complaints or more formal concerns, visit Student Affairs Questions & Complaints and the KSU Concerns website.

 

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