Kennesaw State's award-winning country study program celebrates a milestone anniversary.
Kennesaw State University's Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art opened in March 2014. Read more about this shining addition to the campus.
In the latest issue of Kennesaw State University Magazine, sustainability practices keep Kennesaw State on the edge of innovation.
On Oct. 9, 1963, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia chartered Kennesaw Junior College. Today, 50 years later, the institution has evolved from a small junior college to its current status as Georgia’s third-largest university. This issue of Kenensaw State University Magazine features a special section commemorating the University's 50th anniversary.
Kennesaw State helps students lay the foundation for college success.
With support from students, the Board of Regents and Fifth Third Bank, Football at Kennesaw State becomes a reality.
Kennesaw State celebrates 30 years of women's athletics.
Kennesaw State answers urgent call to expand science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
A decade ago, Kennesaw State made plans to create an invigorating academic environment to stimulate international and intercultural learning. This story focuses on how KSU lives its commitment to be globally engaged.
Kennesaw State has added five doctoral programs in six years.
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