Campus Resources You Need (& Already Paid For!)
Academic Tutoring Services
We offer individualized in person and online tutoring options for current students and prospective KSU students. Our appointments are 50 minutes in duration with optional computers and resource materials. With over 30 courses taught, clients who utilize this service find our tutoring sessions to be beneficial to their academic success.
Cultural Awareness and Resources Center (CARC)
The CARC services include a full service ITC computer lab, appointment and walk-in tutorial services in math and writing support at no charge to faculty, staff and registered KSU students. Students who received academic tutoring through the Cultural Awareness & Resource Center benefit from focused individualized tutoring.
Professionals Empowering Our Potential Leaders for Excellence (PEOPLE) Program
Developed in partnership with the Office of Volunteer Kennesaw, this mentoring program is designed with the intention of pairing a KSU student with a faculty, staff, alumni, or business partner with like interests, who are willing to offer their time to mentor a student for professional and academic success.
English Building, Room 242 (Kennesaw)
Joe Mack Wilson Student Center (A), Room 184 (Marietta)
Whether you're a business major working on a proposal, a graduate student in education writing your dissertation, or an engineering student composing a report, your writing will be judged by instructors now and by potential employers later. The KSU Writing Center is here to support your development as a writer so that you become a more articulate and fluent communicator at the university and beyond.
Counseling & Psychological Services
Kennesaw Hall, Room 2401 (Kennesaw)
Joe Mack Wilson Student Center (A), Suite 170 (Marietta)
Counseling & Psychological Services Center (CPS) offers an array of services such as short-term personal counseling, group counseling, career counseling, crisis intervention, workshops and educational programming, referral services, and consultation for members of the KSU community
Center for Student Leadership
The Center for Student Leadership provides innovative, collaborative, and impactful development opportunities that enhance students' ability to engage with campus life and positively impact their local, national, and international communities.
Whatever your interests, the CSL offers a variety of one-of-a-kind programs that will challenge and reward you in equal measure. Our students learn from KSU’s best—gifted mentors who have distinguished themselves in their fields. You’ll have fun, while gaining the kind of real- world experience that positions you for personal and professional success.
Department of Student Involvement
The Kennesaw State University Department of Student Involvement brings you services, resources, activities and events from the nonacademic side of college life. We like to think of ourselves as a classroom - without walls. Kennesaw State supports and encourages participation in co-curricular activities as an integral part of your total education. The decision is yours - to get a degree or an education. Any active student involved in student groups or volunteering in the community can attest to the learning acquired and the satisfaction experienced through involvement. By combining the skills you develop through co-curricular involvement and the knowledge gained in the classroom, you will be much better prepared in enjoying college, getting that job and developing your total potential.
Arts, Culture and Museums
The College of the Arts and the Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books serve Kennesaw State and our local community through visual arts, dance, music, theatre, and art and history museums. Whether you want to launch your career in the arts, visit our galleries, see a performance, or even learn about World War II, we’re your resource for arts and culture.