Hours of Operation
Spring Semester Building Hours of Operation:
- Monday - Friday 7a-11p
- Saturday & Sunday 10a-11p
Summer Semester Building Hours of Operation (May 15 - June 30):
- Monday - Friday 7a-10p
- Saturday & Sunday 10a-10p
Summer Semester Building Hours of Operation:
- Monday - Friday 7a-8p
- Saturday & Sunday 12Noon-8p
Services, Retail, Eateries and Offices hold different hours than the building. Visit their websites to see specific provider's hours:
Student Parking Information
If you are a KSU student, faculty or staff, please follow the parking procedures from KSU Parking and Transportation by utilizing your permitted lot.
Visitor Parking Information
The visitor lot closest to the Wilson Student Center is located off Rossbacher Way. This is a Pay by Plate lot. Please visit a kiosk located in the lot to register your vehicle for your stay.
For more Visitor information, please view our Visitor Resources.
Activities, Centers & Student Organizations
Located on the 2nd Floor in the heart of the building, the WSC Game Room is the hub of activities!
Equipment / Rental Prices
Equipment15 Minutes30 Minutes45 Minutes60 Minutes
NOTE: Payment must be done using K-Cash ONLY. To upload K-Cash to your student ID use the K-Cash machine located in front of the info desk. The machine takes both cash or debit/credit card ($10.00 minimum on card). Students must have a minimum of $1.00 on their card to be allowed to rent equipment.Check Balance or Upload K-CASH Online
- Staff Office: Student Affairs Suite - Office 230C
Team Practice Space: Located in the WSC Game Room
The Esports Program at KSU, a collection of intercollegiate competitive teams, events for students, campus resources, and a growing social community all geared towards esports.Learn More about Esports Program
- Staff Office: Student Affairs Suite - Office 230C
Marietta Activities Council
Location: Student Affairs Suite - Office 230p
From the Fall Festival to a casual Spa Day, they are determined to make the best of your college career! MAC is a student-run organization providing a college experience through social events in a fun, stress-free environment, while providing opportunities for growth in campus involvement, social networking, and leadership.Learn More about the Marietta Activities Council
Student Government Association
Location: Student Affairs Suite - Office 230h
The purpose of the Student Government Association is to: REPRESENT the students of Kennesaw State University; SERVE as a liaison between students and members of the University community within the shared governance structure; actively strive to ENHANCE student success; FOSTER an environment of campus engagement; and ADVOCATE on behalf of the students’ welfare in accordance with KSU statutes, student codes of conduct, and the policies of the Board of Regents.Learn More about SGA
The Leadership Hub
- Staff Offices: Student Affairs Suite - Office 230g and 230j
- The Leadership Hub: Student Affairs Suite - Room 230f
Leadership is the intentional process of working together to create positive change. This change may be as small as an interaction between two people or as large as the creation of new technology.
Visit The Leadership Hub to receive individual coaching, student organization support, resources on leadership, and more.Learn More about The Leadership Hub
- Staff Office: Student Affairs Suite - Office 230e
- The Unity Center: Room 271 and 272
At the Unity Center, we focus on developing student leadership, creating connections, and producing programs that demonstrate intersectionality.
The Unity Center has two rooms on the second floor. Room 271 is the perfect place to do homework or chill between classes! It has an open-door policy from 9-5PM Monday through Friday, and there is a conference table, couches, two computers, and a microwave. Room 272 is a quieter room perfect for when you need some space to yourself to study, if you have an interview you need to do privately, or if you need space for any religious needs. Just ask one of the student assistants to open the office for you.
Additionally, we have resources for women, LGTBQ students, minority students, and more! If you have any questions about what resources we offer, please ask a student assistant or visit Madison Link in room 230E.
To learn what programs and events we have coming up, check OwlLife and follow us on Instagram @KSUUnityCenter
Retail and Services
Chick-fil-A, the Jamba Juice Robot, and more provide options for dining in the Wilson Student Center. Visit the first floor to enjoy!Learn More about Dining Eateries
The Campus Postal Office on the Marietta Campus is located inside the Bookstore on the 1st floor.Learn More about Campus Postal
Amazon Delivery Lockers are located in the Game Room on the 2nd floor. These lockers can be used by anyone when purchasing from Amazon. Simply select the delivery location as "Amazon Hub Locker - Dugout" during the checkout process.Learn More about Amazon Lockers
Talon One Service Center
Have questions about your KSU Talon Card, Parking, Housing and Residence Life, Door Access, or Meal Plans? The Talon One Service Center is your central hub of information to assist with all of this.
It is located on the 1st floor in Suite 250.Learn More about Talon One Service Center
College of the Arts Box Office
The College of the Arts Box Office on the Marietta Campus is located in the main lobby of the Wilson Student Center. Visit to buy tickets to any College of the Arts production.Learn More about COTA Box Office
Additional Offices and Resources
CARE Services and Food Pantry
Location: Room 184
A resource for all students, CARE offers support through the Food Pantry, Emergency Assistance Program, and other resources.Learn More about CARE Services
Career Planning and Development
Location: Suite 160
Dedicated to helping students and alumni begin their career path, the Department of Career Planning and Development has many resources to support the job, internship and co-op search process.Learn More about Career Planning and Development
Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery (CYAAR)
Location: Suite 260
CYAAR supports and encourages recovery and wellness in an abstinence-hostile social environment. By providing recovery-based programs, a peer recovery community, and education to help those impacted by addiction, the Center changes lives, connects students to the community, and lays a solid foundation for transformational recovery.Learn More about CYAAR
Counseling and Psychological Services
Location: Suite 170
Counseling and Psychological Services provides a wide range of service, including psychoeducational workshops aimed at helping students develop skills for managing the stress of college, group counseling focused on helping student better manage emotions and navigate their relationships, individual counseling for a wide range of mental wellness concerns, as well as psychiatric medication evaluation and treatment.Learn More about CPS
Department of Dance
The Wilson Student Center is home to the state-or-the-art Dance Theater, home of KSU's Department of Dance.Learn More about the Department of Dance
Divison of Diverse and Inclusive Excellence
The Division of Diverse and Inclusive Excellence seeks to create a culture of inclusion at Kennesaw State University where all members of the community can achieve excellence, succeed, and thrive.
Phone: (470) 578-2614Learn More about the Division of Diverse and Inclusive Excellence
Fax: (470) 578-9058
Health Promotion and Wellness
Location: Suite 260
To support a healthy learning environment for students, Health Promotion and Wellness offers a variety of services and programs at a free or discounted cost. The programs and services offered support students’ overall wellness through health education workshops and events including, but not limited to, stress management programs, nutrition consultations and workshops, risk reduction education, CPR certification, and more.Learn More about HPW
Military and Veteran Services
Location: Suite 185
KSU Military & Veteran Services serves as the designated point of contact that assists service members, veterans, and dependents with academic and financial advising as it relates to Tuition Assistance and/or VA educational benefits. Military & Veteran Services provides access to disability counseling and job search activities via on-campus and off-campus referrals to the appropriate departments and/or agencies.Through benefits and Tuition Assistance counseling, academic and financial advising, referral services to on and off-campus stakeholders, and outreach programs, our Military and Veteran Services team seeks to provide an inclusive and educational environment that fosters student success and achievement. Whether you are a new or transferring student, we will help guide you to the resources you need to make the most of your experience at KSU, while setting you up for success beyond the classroom.Learn More about MVS
Office of Student Advocacy
Owl Swap Clothing Closet
Location: Room 187
OwlSwap Closet is a resource that provides all KSU students, faculty, and staff with free access to professional attire for academic and employment opportunities as well as everyday clothing. Not only does it give everyone a chance to acquire new-to-you clothing, but it also encourages sustainable consumption.
Shop online @owlswapcloset on Instagram, or visit an in-person location.Learn More about OwlSwap Closet
Location: Room 230n
Student Activities supports all 270+ Registered Student Organizations, including all Student Media publications. We coordinate University-wide activities & programs such as Week of Welcome and Homecoming, as well as monthly programs. The Kennesaw Activities Board (KAB) and Marietta Activities Council (MAC) are advised by Student Activities staff.
For questions specific to Marietta Campus Student Affairs, visit us in the Student Affairs Suite 230 or email MariettaSTA@kennesaw.eduLearn More about Student Activities
Student Disability Services
Location: Suite 160
Student Disability Services (SDS) is the first contact for students with disabilities to arrange accommodations and locate campus and community resources. To access accommodations, students must first connect with SDS and provide the appropriate documentation as outlined by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.Learn More about SDS