• DSA Donor Recognition

    KSU Foundation Recognizes the Generosity of DSA Staff Members

    Student Affairs colleagues not only devote time, skills, and intellect to their work, but their passion for Kennesaw State University has led members of the team to give back financially as well...

 

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About the Division of Student Affairs

  • 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, and 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).

 
 
 
 

What's Next?

 
  • Run for Recovery

    12th Annual Run for Recovery 5k

    Hosted by KSU Health Promotion and Wellness

    Saturday, August 24th at 8:30 a.m. at the Perch.

    The Run for Recovery raises funds to support students in recovery from addiction and eating disorders through programming focused on health and wellness education.

    Each race participant will receive a t-shirt and a free Chick-fil-A chicken biscuit gift card.

    Pre-registration ends on August 21st. Onsite registration will be available race day.

  • Leadership Conference

    LEAP INTO LEADERSHIP: A Student Leadership Conference

    It will be a day packed with engaging information, activities, and opportunities for all KSU students. More information on how you and your department can be involved is coming soon. In the meantime, please save February 29, 2020 as the official date and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.

     
  • move-in day

    Housing and Residence Life's Move-In Days

    August 16th & 17th

    Summer is quickly coming to a close, and with that, Move-In 2019 is right around the corner.

    We are looking for student and staff volunteers for both Move-In days. If you volunteer, you will receive your very own KSU Move-In Day shirt.

    We are looking for volunteers on both campuses for both days of Move-In to help move students into their rooms.

  • conference program call

    Present at the 2020 Owl Professional Development Conference

    Last year, with the help of our employer and campus partners, we were able to serve 100+ students and alumni by assisting them in polishing their professionalism and preparing for the transition from college to career. This year, we are excited for the opportunity to serve even more attendees and continue to invite employers and campus partners to mold the minds of attendees through interactive presentations.

    Our goal is to help students and alumni develop their professional skillset and know-how. We'd love to have your expertise showcased at our conference! 

  • 2019 Campus Job Fair

    Campus Jobs & Volunteer Fair

    The Campus Jobs and Volunteer Fairs will be held on August 27th.

    • Kennesaw Campus: 10 AM - 1 PM, Student Center University Rooms
    • Marietta Campus: 2 - 5 PM, Student Center Ballrooms

    Students can RSVP in Thier Handshake account for event updates.

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