KSU Academic Services

  • Office for New, Exploratory, and Students in Transition

    The primary advising resource for students at Kennesaw State who have not yet chosen a major, as well as those who are considering a change of major. The NEST is also a secondary advising resource for those students who have a declared major but need assistance with general education requirements or university policies.

  • Student Athlete Success

    Advisement, tutoring, career development & life skills development for KSU student athletes

  • Veterans Resource Center

    One-stop shop devoted solely to the development of veterans. Maintains information for campus veteran related resources, links to local military support services, & contacts for local VA facilities.

  • Lifelong Learning Center

    Provides programs & services specifically designed for students returning to college or starting college later in life

  • Disabled Student Support Services

    Provides a variety of academic services & accommodations for students with disabilities

  • International Student Retention Services

    Assists international students while they are in the United States & attending KSU with visa concerns, registration, ESL, math, or personal/social issues

  • Multicultural Student Retention Services

    Provides academic & social services to underrepresented populations such as tutoring, mentoring, & scholarship information

  • The Writing Center

    Supports student development as writers through advising sessions, workshops, and resource referrals.

  • GLBTIQ Retention Services

    Provides a safe & supportive space where students of all genders & sexual identities can seek support & resources to realize their fullest potential & gain a sense of belonging to the KSU community

  • Intensive English Program

    Offers beginning through advanced classes in English to prepare ESL students for university study at institutions in the U.S.

  • ESL Center

    Receive tutoring in writing, reading, pronunciation, and presentation skills, as well as advising for their general education (core) requirements and mentoring.

  • SMART Center

    A drop-in tutoring service to support math, chemistry, and physics courses.

  • Supplemental Instruction

    KSU students wanting to succeed in difficult courses can get help from Supplemental Instruction (SI) through weekly study sessions. All sessions are free to students.

For a directory of all KSU Campus Resources visit the KSU Campus Life website. 

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