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Department of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity (SCAI)
The SCAI Department strives to assure fair and impartial considerations of misconduct charges against any KSU student through a system of campus hearing boards and other administrative procedures (hearing officers).
The SCAI structure includes hearing officers and hearing boards (University Hearing Panel). Each hearing board is composed of faculty, staff, and student members of the SCAI panel. Members of the panel are trained to hear complaints, arrive at fair and impartial conclusions and deliver clear and direct recommendations. Also, there is a student sexual misconduct/Title IX special panel which is composed of KSU faculty and staff members who receive additional Title IX-specific training.
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.
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 and Psychological Services
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
Behavioral Response Team
Kennesaw State University seeks to foster a proactive climate of care that can only be achieved through cooperative input from the entire community. To that end, KSU has created a Behavioral Response Team (BRT) that takes a planned approach to identify and assist individuals who are distressed and/or exhibiting abnormal, threatening, or dangerous behavior. Through early identification, the team can connect individuals of concern with the resources they need to succeed and hopefully prevent crises. The BRT is a multidisciplinary team that meets regularly to assess and manage concerns that have been brought to the attention of the team.
Below is the online reporting “Red Flag” link that anyone can use to share information about a person of concern with the BRT. The more information that is provided the better chance the BRT will have to successfully assist that individual. Specifically, please try and describe in detail the observed behaviors and statements that generated the concern. Such behaviors are often referred to as “red flags” because they may indicate a larger or growing issue with which that person may be struggling.
NOTE: If this is an emergency and there is an immediate threat call the KSU Police at 470-578-6666. Submissions through the reporting form are not constantly monitored; therefore, the reporting form is never to be used for emergency response.