Your adventure is just beginning, and your journey begins now. When you come to Kennesaw
State University, you'll join over 42,000 students throughout the Southeast and 102
countries worldwide. With 11 colleges on two metro Atlanta campuses, Kennesaw State
is the third-largest university in the state and one of the best values in public
education. KSU offers innovative, hands-on learning opportunities and a strong foundation
in critical thinking that will prepare you to lead in your future career and community.
Which type of student are you? Choose your student type to view specific admission requirements.
Freshman / Transfer Freshman
You should apply for Freshman Admission if you are:
- a senior in high school, graduating in the spring, or
- recently graduated high school and have not enrolled in another college or university after graduating.
You should apply for Transfer Freshman admission if you:
- graduated from high school in the last five years,
- attended another college, and have earned less than 30 semester hours or 50 quarter
hours of transferrable college credit.
You should apply as a Transfer student if you:
- graduated from high school
- have earned 30 semester hours or 50 quarter hours of transferable college credit
You should apply for International Admission if you are:
- Not a U.S. Citizen.
- Currently in the U.S. on an F-1 (student) visa.
- Currently living outside the U.S., and will require an F-1 visa to study in the United
- Currently in the U.S. on any other class of visa.
- In the process of applying for Permanent Residency status but have not yet received
the Permanent Residency card.
- Receive a Permanent Residency card.
- Have been educated outside of the U.S.
You are considered an Adult Learner/Non-traditional if you meet the following criteria:
- Previously graduated from high school, or whose high school class graduated, five
or more years ago.
- Earned a high school diploma OR satisfactorily completed the GED.
- If previously attended college, completed fewer than 30 transferable semester hours
of college credit.