Registered Student Organizations (RSOs)
Student life is a dynamic component of an active university experience. KSU’s Department of Student Life offers student organizations, clubs and recreational activities to help students engage in campus life, and to become active members of the KSU and local communities.
Whether it’s fraternity and sorority life, student media, student government, programing boards, or one of over 200 other groups, KSU has something to offer. Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) and their activities give students the chance to participate, learn, lead and grow as they become more well-rounded and accomplished — all part of your KSU experience.
Below is the current listing of all active, registered student groups. Click on the name of any organization for more information, website, and email. You may also contact groups by using the Student Life RSO Interest form. We will forward your request to the group's officers and advisor.
Greek-lettered organizations are included below, but you may also visit Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life for additional information.
General questions about clubs and student organizations may be sent to email@example.com.
If you would like your group's listing linked to a website, Facebook or email, or find errors, contact us to update this page.
(as of 5-14-13; this list is constantly updated)
Active Minds is a grass-roots student led organization with the mission to elevate good mental health on the college campus as well as eliminate the stigma and walls of silence surrounding mental illness. Friend them on Facebook and follow on Twitter.
The purpose of the Adult Learners Student Organization, otherwise known as ALSO, is to serve as an advocate for non-traditional students community of Kennesaw State University by addressing their issues, needs, and concerns. www.kennesaw.edu/stu_dev/alp.
ABLE is dedicated to advocacy on behalf of and heightening awareness of students with disAbilities at KSU. sites.google.com/site/ksuable/
The purpose of AASA is to provide to students, faculty, and staff an entertaining and educational environment in which a special emphasis on bettering students for undergraduate and post graduate opportunities. African American Student Alliance also allows for enlightening students on the different cultures from a diverse range of ethnicity. ksuaasa.wix.com/ksuaasa.
African Diaspora directly refers to the global dispersion of peoples of African descent. African and African Diaspora Study Student Organization (AADSSO) aims at raising awareness on campus about African people, African culture, misconceptions about Africa, and hope to spark a greater interest among the student body regarding the continent. We hope to help educate and inspire the student body about the effects of the dispersion of African people in the United States today. Email us for information.
ASA was established by a diverse group of African students whose mission is to unify the African student body within Kennesaw State University. ASA also provides information and support services to the Africanist community, bring to light the African awareness in Kennesaw State University and what it means to be a proud African. Not only does ASA embrace African students, but we embrace all races and ethnicities from all nations.
Through outreach programs, community service and social events such as Rhythm Night, A Taste of Africa, African Night and many more, ASA provides support for African students on campus and beyond.
One of ASA’s goals is to bring unity within the African community, and to make non-Africans aware of Africa as a continent and develop an interest in the things of Africa. Email us for information.
To promote awareness of opportunities, events, and news related to the field of academic sociology.
The Alpha Omega Campus Ministry's sole existence is to proclaim and honor God. We're a non-denominational group who's purpose is meant to study the Bible with people that would want to learn about it. We also strive to live accordingly to what the Bible teaches. We're regular college students that want to live for something more than the typical college lifestyle. We want to live righteously and let our actions speak louder than our words. Matthew 5:14-16:"You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven." Email us for information.
Alpha Phi Sigma recognizes academic excellence of Undergraduate and Graduate students of Criminal Justice, as well as Juris Doctorate students. The Goals of Alpha Phi Sigma are to honor and promote academic excellence; community service; educational leadership and unity. Email us for information.
The Alpha Gamma Omicron cast of APO is the KSU branch of the national theatre honor society. The national charge of this society is to promote the art of Theatre by awarding student dedication to theatre with Membership. Here at KSU, we work to support the programming of the Department of Theatre & Performance Studies, and to "seek a life useful," in accordance with APO's national motto. Email us for information.
For 130 years, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political. Our commitment to our mission is reflected in all aspects of our work. AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. AAUW's Value Promise: By joining AAUW, you belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women have a fair chance. Email us for information.
AMSA local chapters continue to reach out to serve the health needs of their communities. Annually, local chapters contribute over one million hours of community service. The AMSA annual convention is the largest gathering of medical students and regularly draws an attendance of more than 1,500 physicians-in-training, medical educators, and health policy innovators. AMSA continues to search for new and innovative ways to improve health care, health-care delivery and medical education. Department site. Also https://clubs.kennesaw.edu/ksuamsa/
The Art History Club exists to foster appreciationfor art heritage throught time and culture. It also exists to aid Art History Students to understand career choices available to them. Email us for information.
ACM provides assistance to students, engage students' interests that are relative to computer science, invite speakers to bring information from IT world to the University, and compete in intercollegiate programming competitions. Email us for information.
The purpose of the KSU Association of Information Technology Professionals is to develop and enhance both the technical and managerial skills needed to help students become more successful in their career paths. Email us for information.
ALAS seeks to share the richness of Latin culture through dances. We provide the students of Kennesaw State with free Salsa classes and socials. Email us for information.
The Bad Movie Club shows horror, indie, cult, and other films every Wednesday. We are KSU's most vile club.
We are the Kennesaw State Baptist Collegiate Ministry. We are a Campus Ministry that believes Jesus Christ is God, and that our purpose on this earth is to glorify Him in our everyday lives. Our ministry exists for several reasons:
- to make the name of Jesus famous on our campus
- to demonstrate the love of God to people on our campus
- to encourage fellow believers in their relationship with Christ
- to worship Jesus through music and lifestyle
- to provide a community where people can get to know each other and have fun. www.ksuspsubcm.com
BETA ALPHA PSI is an honorary organization for Financial Information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
The Black and Gold is a student-run organization whose members pride themselves on being the leaders of the student body at all Owls athletic events. The students in The Black and Gold are considered donors to The Owls Fund, which is the official fundraising arm of KSU Athletics and provides annual support for student-athlete scholarships and general operating budget needs. One-year membership is $15. For more information or to become a member, visit the Black and Gold Athletic page.
The purpose of CRU is to create a place where people can pursue and experience God in a life-transforming community and seek to share God with others so every person has the opportunity to know Him personally. ksucru.com.
Campus Outreach is an interdenominational ministry designed to train future leaders on the college campus by providing opportunities for spiritual and social growth. www.COAtlanta.org. Follow us on Twitter to see upcoming events @CO_KSU
Canterbury Club is part of the Episcopal Church, USA and is a community made up of students, faculty and staff. We meet to share varying theological and personal views and daily challenges over lunch and then come together with a short worship service with eucharist (communion). All are welcome to join us. Email us for information.
KSU’s Latino faith based student organization.
More information forthcoming.
The Catholic Student Union exists to make present the Christian community in all aspects at Kennesaw State University and to serve wherever possible the surrounding area. www.ccksu.org
To promote the learning of Chinese language and culture on and off KSU campus. Email us for information.
Our purpose is to expand undergraduate knowledge of film, both foreign and American. We screen classics and recent films alike each week, and we discuss the merits of each film after its screening. Email us for more information.
PURPOSE...to awaken students to: MATURITY in every aspect of life by the cultivation of an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ; EMPOWERMENT by leading them in the discovery of their life's purpose in Jesus Christ; and to INFLUENCE life on and off the campus as radical evangelists that break the status quo and walk in the power and authority of Jesus Christ. www.Wakeupksu.org
Sports for the love of sports. That’s how participants and administrators describe intercollegiate club sports, billed as “for the students, by the students.” Club sports gives students the opportunity to play competitively. Although sometimes confused with intramural sports, where participants play against other KSU teams, club sports compete against other universities and adhere to national governing body requirements. ksuclubsports.com
Clutch Council is a student organization designed to bring awareness to students about Kennesaw State’s Office of Alumni Affairs and their impact on the student body. Alumni Affairs is not just for alumni; in fact, they are aware that students are part of what makes it great to be an Owl, and your loyalty to KSU is vital to our future. Since a clutch is a group of young owls, Clutch Council pulls together KSU’s youngest Owls to begin their affiliation with alumni now. Visit us on Facebook.
College Libertarians of KSU are a student organizations that politically identify with the ideology libertarianism. Our goal is to strengthen our knowledge of liberty, and to promote liberty on campus through a host of events. www.cloksu.com.
Dance Marathon is an organization that coordinates for students a 12 hour event full of dancing, games, food, and entertainment to raise money for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, especially the trauma center. We dance for those who can't, FOR THE KIDS!
Darkslide’s mission is to promote fine art photography and traditional photography techniques and generate interest in photography within the student body.
To promote the ideals of Dedication, Enthusiasm and Initiative at Kennesaw State University through student leadership,workshops with the Career Services Center, service projects and networking opportunities for members. Visit our Facebook page.
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. www.ksudsp.wordpress.com.
The purpose of the Distinguished Black Gentlemen is to promote the welfare of the African American student body at Kennesaw State University in the collegiate arena, professional arena and LIFE. Email us for information.
Echo is the young adult ministry of North Metro Church that meets every Thursday of the semester at 8pm at North Metro Church. It exists to provide a setting for students in which they can come to know God more deeply through singing and teaching. In addition, it strives to provide community for students through weekly small group meetings. www.northmetro.org/echo.
Enactus, KSU (formerly SIFE)
Enactus is an international non-profit organization that works with leaders in business and higher education to mobilize university students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. Participating students form teams on their university campuses and apply business concepts to develop outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. In addition to the community aspect of the program, leadership and career initiatives create meaningful opportunities for learning and exchange among the participants as well as the placement of students and alumni with companies in search of emerging talent. ksusife.org
French Club is based on a language that has touch many cultures. As a club we make it our duty to inform people about francophone countries as well as help spread our love of the language to all students interested. Email us.
GWSSA is an academic-activist based student organization founded on the premise that gender, which continuously takes on different forms within time and place, centrally shapes the everyday lives and experiences of all people. The GWSSA offers a safe space for all identities and a place where everyone may develop their own understanding of gender and sexuality while also increasing social awareness among the Kennesaw community. www.kennesaw.edu/gwssa/
The Geography Club at Kennesaw State University strives to promote geographic awareness. The goal is to explore different aspects of physical, human and GIS geography by creating fun and exciting educational opportunities. The club organizes events to commemorate Geography Awareness Week, including demonstrations and GPS "scavenger hunts" called Geocaching. Field trips will provide exposure to a variety of geographic techniques and methods as well as team building and practical skills via hands-on activities.
Global Society serves as an umbrella framework for KSU's Model Simulation Teams (Model UN, Model Arab League, Model African Union, and Model NATO), which simulate the mechanisms of global organizations. We support the interests of these teams with logistics, recruiting, and funding. The Model Simulation Teams provide students with an opportunity to develop public speaking skills, writing skills, interpersonal negotiation skills, and knowledge of international affairs, as they prepare for local, regional, national and international competitions.
At Golden Key, we share your vision for life; a chance to shape the world and a commitment to excellence. We offer a sense of fellowship within the Society's three pillars – Academics, Leadership and Service – and are dedicated to achievement — personally, professionally and altruistically. We share your values and offer a continuum of possibilities — opportunities to unlock your potential. Golden Key members are more than good students; we are scholars. We believe in the power of knowledge to transform lives and change situations for the better. We enjoy academic challenges and strive for excellence in our fields. We are not bookish; we are learned. kennesaw.goldenkey.org/
The purpose of this organization is to provide Kennesaw State University fraternity and sorority students an opportunity to learn what it looks like to have a relationship with God and be Greek.
Hillel at Kennesaw State University is a private not-for-profit organization and is the center for Jewish campus life at KSU. It is an affiliate agency of Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life and a beneficiary of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and Hillels of Georgia. KSU Hillel is integrated into the University community through its dynamic programs, co-sponsored events, and the involvement of active students in many other University groups. The University is very supportive of Hillel and its role on campus and works with Hillel to provide a welcoming atmosphere for Jewish students, faculty, and families. www.ksuhillel.org
The role of the HSF Scholar Chapter is to promote academic success and student engagement among Latino college students by encouraging them to serve as role models and leaders in their communities.
We strive to create a sense of community between honors/academically focused students by participating in educational and social activities beyond the classroom.
The purpose of the HPE Major's Club is to enhance the HPE Major's academic experience through professional development, community service and social outlets.
The purpose of the Kennesaw State University Human Service Club is to increase the member's knowledge of the human service field, involve all students who wish to participate in community service, and to be recognized as an active resource to the community. It is an outreach program established by students of the Human Services program to enhance the learning process and serve as a resource network to the community.
Join us as we partner with other community organizations to change lives and spread smiles. The Human Service Club is open to any Kennesaw State University student, alumnus, faculty, and staff member. Department site.
The INTS ORG is focused on building camaraderie, sharing ideas and supporting students in various disciplines. Our organization will provide members with opportunities to meet academic scholars and business professionals, social and networking opportunities, service engagements and related educational field trips. We will aim to encourage high academic standards among members by providing networking connections and other resources that will enable students to have a competitive edge upon graduation.
To foster interest in the audit profession through interaction with the metro Atlanta internal auditing community, in particular with members of the Atlanta Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors.
The purpose of our club is to foster the idea of Globalization among International business students and all students attending Kennesaw State University. We plan to achieve this through networking at international conferences around the local area, hosting guest speakers with international experience, and participating in competition that encourage global connection.
To encourage intercultural, social, and athletic exchange among students of all nationalities, and to help create a sense of belonging to the campus community through a series of activities and programs of an international nature. Visit their website here.
Iota Chi Epsilon is the Career Services Center student organization built to encourage students to participate in an internship or cooperative education experience before graduation. Students in this organization have the opportunity to network with intern/co-op friendly employers, develop professional polish for the workforce, and become a part of the KSU Experiential Education community.
Currently this organization is primarily for students in the College of Business and the College of Science and Mathematics, but all majors can join. Check the CSC Upcoming Events to see more information about meeting times. Department site.
KAB is the major programing body for KSU, student-run and student-led. The purpose is to plan social, educational and other events for the KSU student body. We turn student fees into fun! ksukab.com
Our organization is dedicated to creating and exploring quality improvised performance. Playing with long form and short form, individual performances and group performances, KISS is an ensemble focused on process. KISS offers shows on and off KSU’s campus throughout the school year. All are welcomed to participate and discover with us.
To provide KSU students interested in going to law school the steps necessary to achieve such means. This will be done through lectures, discussion panels, LSAT preps, personal statements writing seminars, and any other means of getting one to law school. clubs.kennesaw.edu/prelaw
The purpose of this organization is to promote awareness, understanding, and tolerance of gay, lesbian, bisexual, intersex, questioning, and transgender issues though advocacy, social activities, and community service. Kennesaw Pride Alliance seeks to provide a support network for the students of Kennesaw State University as well as educate others to challenge stereotypes associated with LGBTIQ lifestyles. www.kennesawpridealliance.com
We prepare undergraduate students for a career in veterinary medicine. Department site.
Kennesaw State Scrabble Club is an organization that promotes expansion of vocabulary as well as improving the art of negotiations in a social setting.
The KSU Democrats is an organization that focuses in informing the Kennesaw State University community about issues deemed important to the Organization by its constituents and promote the platform of the Democratic Party.
Gospel music is a time-honored tradition upheld in the African American community and throughout the African diaspora at large. Through student request and interest, The Kennesaw State University Gospel Club endeavors to fulfill the desire to explore, experience, and provide an outlet to share the cultural experience of gospel music with each other and the community.
The students and faculty of Department of Mathematics and Statistics decided to create KWIM in order to promote and support women in science and mathematics. We plan to do it through creating a social and professional network of students and mentors to share information about existing opportunities and provide support and advice in professional growth. Department site.
Kiwanis Circle K is an international club that is geared towards engaging in community service activities both on and off-campus and creating leadership and service opportunities for college students.
Kennesaw State University Korean – American Students Association (KASA) promotes, supports, and organizes social and cultural activities for incoming and present members. KASA’s primary goal is to spread awareness and appreciation of Korean culture and history and to provide a cultural exchange among both members and non-members. KASA also seeks to assist in community services in any way the members can.
KSU Atheists United is dedicated to creating a group for and by atheists to create a community for atheist students, and promote atheism at KSU in an inclusive, respectful manner, open to all students.
Our vision of a successful College Republican National Committee is of a mature, stable, effective, and respected organization capable of laying the groundwork for Republican majorities among college-aged people across the country. College Republicans can and should be a gateway to a lifetime of involvement in Republican politics and the leading voice for young people on public policy issues. ksucr.org
Our purpose is to assemble college and university students in the spirit of service to humanity, and to develop friendships among students of all races and creeds.
The mission of the Kennesaw State University Dance Company is to promote an interest in the art of dance within the company, the department, the student body, and the community through performance, community and campus outreach programs, and promotion of the Department of Dance.
The Electronic Entertainment Club supports social gathering and activity. We also introduce E-sport and create a healthy, competitive environment.
The KSU German Club is for students who are interested in German language, culture, and history. The club encourages students to explore everything German through coordinated social events, such as German festivals, film viewings, food tastings, excursions, and discussions of literature, music, and media. Any student interested is welcome to join.
The Graduate Student Association allows graduate students to build an integrated support system to assist them in their academic pursuits as they balance the requirements of work, school, life, and family. GSA does this by providing social and networking opportunities for students and faculty from all Kennesaw State Graduate Programs to come together and disseminate skills and resources necessary to effectively compete in the market place, via socials, guest lectures, student conferences, and other networking events. clubs.kennesaw.edu/gsa
KSU House Church is a registered student organization at Kennesaw that desires to see organic, sustainable revival here on our college campus. We set time aside each Monday and Tuesday night to gather together as followers of Jesus to learn, grow, and experience the Lord in a tangible way.
Our goal is to unite students with a common interest in Italian language and culture and participate in events and activities that further this educational enlightenment.
The KSU Psychology Club was created to bring people who are interested in the psychology topic. Our mission is to enhance the learning experience in fun and creative ways. We strive to sustain a diverse network of resources integral to the discipline of psychology while serving the local community.
KSU Relay for Life focuses on an overnight fundraising event in which hundreds of people come together to celebrate the lives saved from cancer, to honor those who have lost their lives to cancer, and to fight back by raising money to find a cure! Throughout the year, hundreds of people form individual teams that compete to raise money until they come together at the Relay event. In colleges, these teams can consist of several different sports teams, groups of friends, other student organizations, sororities, and fraternities. When all the teams come together in the spring for the Relay event, teams will be hosting additional fundraisers to finalize their fundraising efforts. There will also be several games and activities for entertainment, as well as a survivor lap to celebrate the lives saved from cancer, and a luminary service to honor those who have lost their battle. Our mission is to celebrate lives saved, honor those lost, and FIGHT BACK towards finding a CURE! ksurelay.org
Started in 2008, Rotaract is a fairly new club filled with enthusiastic, service-minded young professionals. Rotaract, or Rotary in Action, is a college chapter of Rotary International, and is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Marietta. The purpose of Rotaract is to provide philanthropic service to the community and world, and promote a society built on peace and goodwill. The knowledge and skill sets gained from Rotaract will assist any young man or woman, age 18 to 30, in his or her own personal development, enabling each individual to address the needs of the community and encourage global unity and service. ksurotaract.webs.com
SSA is mainly an atheist/agnostic/non-theist organization that supports fair and understanding discussion on the topics of religion, science, rationalism, and skepticism. SSA is the only student group at KSU created for people interested in secularism, skepticism, humanism, and the promotion of science. We aim to create a community where people interested in these topics can meet other like-minded students in a safe and supportive environment. Visit us on Facebook.
The KSU STEM Scholars program is designed specifically to reinforce and enhance undergraduates pursuing a STEM major by exposing them to a rich curriculum and laboratory exercises in the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and math). In the process, STEM Scholars purport to increase the retention rate of undergraduates pursuing a STEM major while providing a nurturing environment for personal and academic development. KSU STEM Scholars program is composed of academic enrichment, research, and community outreach. STEM Scholars are given various opportunities to enhance their leadership, confidence, professional, and teaching skills in the process. Department site.
To provide at network of support to military veterans, their families, and civilian supports. Secondly, to educate the university community about the experiences of military veterans and work with the university administration to meet the needs of student veterans. Thirdly, to cultivate student-veterans concerns, schedule meeting, advocacy, social and recreational activities. Email us for information.
The KSU Tellers is a co-curricular organization dedicated to developing storytellers through community engagement, performance, and professional development.
The purpose of Ladies of Distinction is to serve as a support group for women at Kennesaw State University. As an organization, Ladies of Distinction will seek to encourage, motivate, and influence the women through membership and association.
The purpose of Lambda Alpha is to bring together the best, brightest and most dedicated Anthropology students at Kennesaw State University. The club serves in conjunction with the Student Anthropology Club to maintain a cohesive and informed department as well as motivated and active students and faculty.
KSU's Communication Honor Society. communication.hss.kennesaw.edu/resources/
LIA aims to positively impact the Hispanic and Latino community of the Greater Metropolitan Atlanta Area through service projects; to provide service opportunities, camaraderie, and leadership roles among the students of this organization; and to build strong social and educational ties; to foster excellence and high academic achievements among its members and the future generations of students through service to the community. Email us for information.
The KSU Latter-Day Saints Student Association (LDSSA) exists to serve the friends and members of The Church Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who are a part of the Kennesaw State University community. The club, through its activities, will help students foster friendships and promote faith. To our fellow students who are curious about Mormons please feel free to talk to any one of us about our beliefs. We welcome anyone interested in learning more about our organization to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on Facebook (Kennesaw Institute and LDSS).
Legacy Owls Toastmaster is the KSU chapter of Toastmasters International. TI is a nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking and leadership skills. We offer a program of communication and leadership projects designed to help people learn the arts of speaking, listening, and thinking. legacyowls.toastmastersclubs.org
Our mission is to further unite students that are already a prominent part of the slack lining community at Kennesaw State University while also introducing and teach new students the sport. We practice and teach the importance of safety measures that are involved with slack lining.
For students and peers interested in humanities including literature, history, film, culture and social sciences to come together in an environment that fosters creative thinking and sharing in both formal and informal settings.
The purpose of MASA is to promote the Mexican and Latin American culture to the campus and community, to promote education amongst youth, and support community efforts.
The Mudslingers (Ceramics) Club is dedicated to promoting artistic growth through first-hand technical demonstrations, studio and gallery visits, artist talks, and attending the annual National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference. The NCECA conference exhibits contemporary artists, is a resource for post-graduate opportunities, and hosts artist demonstrations. We hold on-campus sales and participate in local art festivals to raise funds for the conference trip. We encourage students of all and any skill level to join, as the primary goal is to expand every members' knowledge, skill, and enjoyment in the ceramics arts.
NAEA is a pre-professional organization designed to get Art Educators involved in their professional organization. We strive to educate and prepare our members for their career in Art Education by helping them network with art educators from around the state and country.
In keeping with the organization's foundational purpose: Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans. The mission of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
NABA has been the leader in expanding the influence of minority professionals in the fields of accounting and finance since 1969. The goals of the Association include, but are not limited to, the following:
-To promote and develop the professional skills of our members;
-To encourage and assist minority students in entering the accounting profession;
-To provide opportunities for members to fulfill their civic responsibility;
-To ensure long-term financial stability and provide adequate resources to implement chapter, regional, and national programs; and
-To represent the interests of current and prospective minority accounting professionals
NSCS at Kennesaw State University is an honor society inviting high-achieving freshmen and sophomores. Members must have a GPA of 3.4 or above and rank in the top 20 percent of their class. Visit us on Facebook.
If you’re looking for ways to resist oppression and undo structural discrimination, if you are sick of people making prejudicial assumptions about you and want to do something about it, or if you just need a space where people ask you who you are instead of telling you who you are, WELCOME HOME! Join us in resisting assimilation! Non-Normative Anti-Assimilationist Students of Kennesaw State University is KSU’s first and only student organization for the non-normative students of the Kennesaw State University community. This group shall work to provide resources, representation, safety, and community for this population. clubs.kennesaw.edu/nonnorm
The mission/purpose of NLASA-KSU is a professional development organization designed to enhance the classroom experience by providing information and opportunities that prepare students to assume leadership and management positions in nonprofit organizations. NLASA-KSU works in collaboration with the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance academic program housed in KSU’s Department of Social Work and Human Services.
Nu Delta Alpha is the National Dance Honor Society for KSU. Our purpose is to promote academic success as well as artistic development within the department. We host fundraisers and events to promote the KSU Department of Dance as well as travel to other venues and high schools to speak about the department. www.aahperd.org/nda/students/NuDeltaAlpha/
The Odyssey Peer mentoring is a program provides guidance to incoming KSU students. As a new student you will be paired with a seasoned KSU student to help you get acclimated to campus. You’ll have the ability to ask your mentor questions and in addition we have fun events that allow you to get to know new people. www.kennesaw.edu/stu_dev/opm/
Our principles are friendship, leadership, and service. We are a service sorority dedicated to serving the university community, community at large, members of the sorority, and nations of the world. Email us.
We are an established group on campus to provide the members and others who are interested with an exposure to the Orthodox Faith. We are here for prayers, support, and discussion, but most of all to be a united Orthodox Christian environment.
We are dedicated to learning more about Japanese pop culture, video games, and other generally "geeky" things and meeting like-minded people! Visit us on Facebook
OWLA is KSU’s study abroad group. We strive to provide services and camaraderie between students who have studied abroad and/or students who have an interest in studying abroad. We provide a setting for students to receive services (such as useful speakers, access to other study abroad alumni, and peer support) upon returning from study abroad to process their experiences. We also promote study abroad programs available to KSU students.
KSU's student-run streaming radio station. OWL Radio is a traditional college station in format, broadcasting an eclectic mix of talk, sports, news, and various genres of music. Whether for fun, love of music, or because you are interested in the broadcasting field, OWL Radio has a spot for you. Owl play, you’ll listen. OWL Radio is part of KSU Student Media. ksuradio.com and ksusm.com.
The purpose of Phi Alpha is to recognize graduate students in the field of social work who have achieved a 3.5 GPA or above.
Phi Alpha Theta is a historical honor society dedicated to the study of history. Phi Alpha Theta is composed of over 900 chapters with and over 350,000 members including undergraduate, graduate students, and faculty.
Imagine building a portfolio of documented accomplishment as a complement to your academic experience. During a job interview, you can demonstrate how you served in a leadership position for the largest collegiate business student organization in the world. At the same time, you will have entered one or more professional competitive events where you have finished as the very best in the nation. If you are interested in developing leadership, communication, and team skills, or simply looking for an organization to meet and network with others at the local, state, or national levels; PBL is the organization for you. Meet student and business leaders from across the country—join PBL today!
The aims and purposes of Phi Lambda Upsilon are the promotion of high scholarship and original investigation in all branches of pure and applied chemistry. Department site.
The purpose of PSP is to unite those who have achieved academic excellence in an honors fraternity. We are not an honors society or a social fraternity. We have social and service events as well as have weekly chapter meetings. We require a 3.0 GPA for sophomores and higher as well as the 3.25 for freshman.
Sophia is the Greek word for wisdom. Wisdom is gained from the combination of theory and praxis; it is obtained in the doing. This title is very appropriate for the Philosophy Student Association because we are not a group that just sits around and endlessly debates ideas; we are a group of action that sponsors, creates, and presents a large number of events and activities.The PSA is one of the most active student organizations on campus. No official membership is necessary. We promote the spirit of philosophy through many facets: philosophical discussion forums, our various lecture series involving both students and faculty from around the world, seminars, performances and hosting our North Georgia Student Philosophy Conference-the largest in the Southeast.
Pi Sigma Alpha is a policital science academic honor society under the KSU Department of Political Science and International Affairs. For more information, contact Dr. Andrew Pieper.
Pi Sigma Epsilon is the only national, co-ed fraternity for collegians and professionals in sales, marketing and management. PSE provides learning and career opportunities that change members' lives. We are your business advantage for life. PSE’s goal is to provide collegiate students with practical business experience through sales, sales projects, marketing, marketing research and community service projects.
The Pre-Dental Club is an organization designed to help you along your path to the dental industry. It is our desire to see each member achieve this goal by attending dental school. We are a club that strives to be excellent in everything we do. For more information email us or visit us online. Be sure to like us on Facebook!
Our purpose is to provide pre-professional, including pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy and pre-veterinary, students the avenue to use their aptitude for math and science to make an impact in their community. In this, we provide a free tutoring service to middle and high school students lead by some of Kennesaw State's best and brightest. We also participate in numerous volunteer activities together throughout the semester to get involved in the community and become more prepared for our future pre-professional programs.
P.E.A.K. is an on campus environmental advocacy group, focusing on sustainable practices on campus, environmental education and outreach, and sustainability in general.
To have individuals with a GPA of 3.5 or higher lead other psychology majors. Leadership skills and opportunities assist future growth for psychology students to advance while at KSU and further down the road for graduate studies.
Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology which was founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Individuals with a GPA of 3.5 or higher lead other psychology majors. Leadership skills and opportunities assist future growth for psychology students to advance while at KSU and further down the road for graduate studies.
PRSSA is a student-run organization seeking to educate students and shape them into well-rounded professionals. PRSSA focuses on professional development (internships, networking, resumes, etc), diversity and strengthening students' communication skills. PRSSA is open to all University students with no requirement of major or GPA.
Regardless of your personal or religions beliefs, this is a safe, welcoming place for both the convinced and the unconvinced, the lost and the found, the irreligious and the religious. RUF's website is www.ksuruf.org, and the email address is email@example.com.
The Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) is a college-based program for training commissioned officers of the United States armed forces. ROTC officers serve in all branches of the U.S. armed forces.
The purpose of the sculpture club is to provide students with opportunities to learn about the sculptural arts. As a club we go to conferences, demonstrations, exhibitions and lectures. We also provide the opportunity to network with working professionals and expose students to job opportunities post graduation.
Since 1963, The Sentinel has covered the Kennesaw State campus and provides the campus community with its number one source for news, sports coverage, commentary and public opinion, features and highlights of campus life. The Sentinel needs writers reporters, cartoonists, photographers, ad reps, editors and page designers. Part of KSU Student Media, The Sentinel publishes every Tuesday during fall and spring semesters. Our offices are in the student center, Room 277. The Sentinel is part of KSU Student Media. ksusentinel.com and ksusm.com
Share is KSU's annual art and literary magazine and part of KSU Student Media. It is entirely student-staffed and features outstanding art, prose, poetry, stories and photography of the Kennesaw State community--students, faculty, alumni, and staff. ksushare.com and ksusm.com.
Sigma Delta Pi celebrates students who seriously pursue education of the Spanish language. We work with the national organization to encourage undergraduate students to remain enthusiastic about the language, culture, and history of Spain and Latin America.
Sigma Tau Delta is an international collegiate honor society for students of English. Its purpose as an honorary society is to promote literature and writing and to advance the study of the written word. Members may also participate and present professional work at conferences and conventions.
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 200,000 individual members, the Society's mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most essential and comprehensive resources available. As an influential voice, the Society's mission is also to advance the human resource profession to ensure that HR is recognized as an essential partner in developing and executing organizational strategy. Founded in 1948, SHRM currently has more than 550 affiliated chapters and members in more than 100 countries.
The Society of Professional Journalists works to improve and protect journalism. The organization is the nation’s most broad-based journalism organization, dedicated to encouraging the free practice of journalism and stimulating high standards of ethical behavior. Founded in 1909 as Sigma Delta Chi, SPJ promotes the free flow of information vital to a well-informed citizenry; works to inspire and educate the next generation of journalists; and protects First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and press.
The purpose of the Kennesaw State University Society of Social Workers is to increase the member's knowledge of the social work profession, involve all students who wish to participate in community service, to develop an understanding of cultural diversity, and to strengthen human relationships while promoting social justice through academic excellence.
Atlanta has been declared by the FBI to be the #1 city in America to be considered "the hub" for human trafficking. STEADFAST is built to raise awareness about human/sex trafficking to the student body of KSU and understand our proximity to one of the most unjust crimes happening in our country. We want to develop leadership skills in the lives of KSU students to take on the responsibility of raising awareness in their own social circles and put the awareness into action by helping to end human/sex trafficking in Atlanta with the help of law enforcement experts and resources of outside organizations and safe houses for rescued individuals that have come out of this injustice. Be steadfast with us and join the fight for justice for those who don't have a voice!
To enhance the public view of chemistry and chemical related sciences through academic and social activities. Visit us on Facebook.
The purpose of STARS is to assist the Office of Admissions and Alumni Affairs with student recruitment activities and special programs. Members will be able to interact with high level alumni, attend VIP events, conduct campus tours, and learn networking skills.
We aim to showcase Anthropology and its sub-disciplines throughout the University by both academic and social means.
The purpose of SGA is to promote understanding and involvement among all members of the campus community. Also to represent and legislate the interest of the student body of KSU on a campus wide, local, state and federal level. ksusga.com
Once you are a student in nursing at Kennesaw State University, you qualify to be a member of our Student Nurses Association (SNA). www.ksusna.com
The Student Organization of Sociology is an organization dedicated to promoting awareness of and interest in the study of Sociology and its related issues and sub-studies (i.e., Gender Studies, Gerontology, Criminology, Deviance, etc.). This will be accomplished through the holding of planned events, guest speakers, and regularly scheduled meetings throughout the year, with some emphasis on community service and involvement, as well as academic achievement and enhancement.
The purpose of our organization is to provide a space for students who are interested in interpersonal violence issues, educating other students about, and preventing interpersonal violence (such as rape, stalking, sexual assault) on campus.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society. SSDP mobilizes and empowers young people to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future, while fighting back against counterproductive Drug War policies, particularly those that directly harm students and youth.
SDA brings the era of swing to Kennesaw State University students while educating and bringing them together through dance music.
Talon is KSU’s student-run feature magazine, serving Kennesaw State with feature articles, opinions and commentary on topics ranging from politics and science to fashion and entertainment. Talon is published several times a semester and is part of KSU Student Media. ksutalon.com and ksusm.com
The Journey is an equipping ministry of intentional discipleship for the next generation. We believe God has called us to raise a generation of lifelong disciples who are growing progressively more and more like Christ. Some of us are new and just beginning the journey; some of us have been on the path for a good long time and most of us are somewhere along the way. We exist to encounter students, engage them with the redeeming love of Jesus, equip them to live like Jesus, and empower them to make disciples for Jesus. We meet on Mondays at 7:30pm. For more information on joining us or getting involved, visit www.thejourneyksu.org or call 404.384.7756.
The purpose of URC is to provide an opportunity for students to join an organization that combines social camaraderie and academics. URC offers students the ability to expand their academic knowledge beyond the classroom. Members are afforded the opportunity to become better students and far better researchers. Any student invested in a successful academic and college career should join URC.
VEG's goal is to promote and educate the student body about vegetarianism. The Vegetarian Experience Guild also aspires to provide a support system for vegetarians as a group of students with similar dietary practices can be vital to maintaining what many see as a challenging way of life.
The purpose of Visions was and still is to stimulate awareness in the visual arts among KSU students, faculty and staff. www.kennesaw.edu/visual_arts/visions/index.shtml
We are a campus ministry devoted to reaching students and sharing the Gospel through outreach activities and weekly worship.
To facilitate Christian community through fellowship, worship, and small groups. To discover our true purposes and identity as our Father in heaven sees us. And to love the unloved and bring hope to the hopeless.
More information forthcoming.
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