A-Z Index | Directories



Adult Learner Programs
The mission of Adult Learner Programs is to support and enhance the educational and developmental experiences of the adult learner. Innovative and quality services, programs, resources and activities are offered in an effort to meet the need for integration of all aspects of the adult learner. Adult Learner Programs also facilitates a sense of belonging and community for the adult learner through the Lifelong Learning Center.

Student Disability Services
The mission of Student Disability Services is to assure equal access to all educational experiences by students with identified, legally defined disabilities, and to promote the University's knowledge of and compliance with all applicable federal and state laws. In addition, this unit strives to enhance students' total academic and personal development and to promote the recognition of the contributions made by individuals with disabilities to the rich diversity of the University.

GLBTIQ Student Retention Services
The goal of KSU's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and Questioning (GLBTIQ) Student Retention Services is to provide a safe and supportive space where students of all genders and sexual identities can come to seek support and resources in order to realize their fullest potential and to gain a sense of belonging to the KSU community.

International Student Retention Services
The purpose of International Student Retention Services is to assist you while you are in the United States and attending Kennesaw State University (KSU). These retention efforts involve assisting with and/or making referrals regarding admissions, visa concerns, registration, ESL (English as a Second Language), math, personal, and social issues. KSU has services in place to help with your adjustment to a different culture. The Office of International Student Retention Services cannot take the place of your home, but it strives to make you feel at home while you are here.

Multicultural Student Retention Services
The mission of Multicultural Student Retention Services (MSRS) is to provide essential advocacy, resources, services, and programming to retain historically underrepresented minority students at Kennesaw State University.

Odyssey Peer Mentor Program
The Odyssey Peer Mentor Program was created with a goal of matching new students with more experienced students to help new students adjust to campus life. Mentor and mentees are matched based on degree interests, hobbies, and peer mentor areas. The program offers opportunities for participants to socialize and to work together in community service projects.

Volunteer Kennesaw (VKSU)
VKSU is a campus-based volunteer service center matching KSU volunteers' interests with community needs. KSU students, faculty, and staff who wish to volunteer are "plugged in" to help meet needs through VKSU's coordination with more than 300 organizations in the community. KSU students are encouraged to learn and serve through individual volunteer placements and group service projects. VKSU also serves an educational role by providing a practical opportunity for students to explorer career options and experience volunteer services in their major field of interest.

VKSU also provides services for the Federal Work Study Program. This program is a collaboration between Financial Aid and Student Development. Students who have been determined to be eligible may be employed on campus as student assistants or off campus for the America Reads Program offered in select Cobb County schools. For more information please visit: www.kennesaw.edu/financial_aid/fws.html.



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