Kennesaw State University’s Division of Student Affairs prepares students for their future by fostering learning beyond the classroom through innovative and transformative experiences.

  • The Division of Student Affairs supports students and enhances their collegiate experiences by complementing academic pursuits with transformative living, learning, and leading opportunities. We foster inclusive and welcoming campus communities that contribute to students’ holistic development and empower them to be engaged and ethical citizens.
  • Integrity – We will be honest, authentic, trustworthy at all times.

    Inclusion – We will create and maintain a diverse community of learners that appreciates openness, equity, and equality

    Community – We will enhance on and off campus engagement opportunities by strengthening relationships and creating shared experiences.

    Discovery – We will create a dynamic environment that nurtures students’ curiosity for self-exploration and lifelong learning.

    Civility – We will foster awareness and appreciation of our commonalities and differences through meaningful dialogue and thoughtful action.

  • The Division of Student Affairs offers out-of-class programs, services, co-curricular programming, and individual interaction to ensure students are achieving the following learning and development outcomes:

    • Knowledge acquisition, integration, construction, and application
    • Cognitive complexity
    • Intrapersonal development
    • Interpersonal competence
    • Humanitarianism and civic engagement
    • Practical competence

    To learn more about the learning and development outcomes adopted from CAS (Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education), please see the following document: CAS Learning and Development Outcomes (PDF).

     
 

News from Around the Division

 
  • Kennesaw State Georgia Student Affairs News

    Kennesaw State named among nation’s top degree producers of minority students

    Kennesaw State University was again ranked among the top 100 colleges and universities in the nation that confer the most degrees to minority students by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. The annual rankings were released in the magazine’s Aug. 23 edition.

  • CARE camp

    Alumna, student use firsthand experience to help teens in foster care

    Kemara Johnson and Melody McLaurin share a common bond: they have each called Kennesaw State home after living in foster care as a teen.

    Their firsthand experience in foster care – and choosing to immediately attend college – have given each of these women a rare perspective, and it has also fueled their desire to help others who face similar circumstances.

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