KSU offers a wide
variety of arts events and cultural
experiences for students and the community.
The KSU College of the Arts houses
nationally accredited degree programs,
presents more than 200 public performances
and exhibitions each year, and curates the
university’s Permanent Collection of Art.
The KSU College of Humanities and Social
Sciences offers dozens of degree programs
and is home to several specialized centers
for history and culture. In addition to its
other excellent services, the Horace W.
Sturgis Library also maintains several
specialized collections, including those in
the Bentley Rare Book Gallery. The Museum of
History and Holocaust Education explores the
lives and experiences of World War II and
the Holocaust through interactive galleries
and personal stories. The Division of
Continuing Education presents dozens of life
enrichment classes and programs and is home
to the Osher Lifelong Learning Center.
KSU also has numerous opportunities for
students to participate in arts and culture
through the Student Life Center, including
hundreds of student organizations, Greek
life, club sports, student media, and the
vibrant Kennesaw Activities Board.