Living Learning Communities (LLC) at KSU establish a greater connection and engagement in the on campus housing experience and connect to the academic mission, by connecting students both inside and outside of the classroom.
A Theme Community (TC) is a group of year students who share common interests. The goal of a Theme Community is to create and extend student learning opportunities outside of the classroom that enhance their intellectual and personal growth. All of our Theme Communities are residentially-based, which means that participating students live in the same residential area.
Special population housing is available for student groups who require specific housing arrangements as part of their involvement with Kennesaw State University.
Programmatic initiatives offer a comprehensive curriculum, focusing on the specific needs of first and second year students. These principles are woven into the various programs, events, and activities sponsored by Residence Life throughout the year.
Living on campus means you are right around the corner from all of the support services available on here at Kennesaw State. So, if you need some help, reach out to the following groups to help you get on the right track.
Student Success Services
Services Offered: counseling, homelessness support, testing, advising, addiction recovery, interpersonal violence support, veterans’ support
Services Offered: dining, parking, transportation, card services, bookstore, health services, post office
Services Offered: Multi-Cultural Student Retention Services, Adult Learn Programs, Student Disability Services, International Student Retention Services, GLBTIQ Student Retention Services, Odyssey Peer Mentor Program, Federal Work-Study Program