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KSU Homelessness Awareness Week

6th Annual Homelessness Awareness Week

October 7-12, 2013
 

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Homelessness Awareness Week (HAW) at KSU provides an opportunity to learn more about this “invisible” sector in society. The activities, including a one-day conference and a 39-hour on-campus Sleep-Out, can increase our knowledge and understanding of living without reliable shelter and food, and sometimes living without hope.

Campus partners in this initiative include the CSL, Adult Learner Programs, Student Life, and Counseling & Psychological Services, the Office of the President, and the KSU Department of Public Safety. The CSL awards certificates to students who develop and attend the weeklong activities. Faculty, staff, and student groups are invited to develop programs and activities in support of this event. Community partners include approximately 20 non-profit agencies.

Homelessness Awareness Week at Kennesaw State University provides faculty, students, and staff with an opportunity to learn more about this “invisible” and stigmatized sector of society.

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