Kennesaw State University (KSU) students and graduates are known for being flexible, creative, and work-ready. The faculty at KSU’s College of Computing and Software Engineering (CCSE) prepare students for their future careers by providing hands-on learning experiences in and outside of the classroom. CCSE has partnered with many institutions, corporations, and individuals over the years to facilitate these experiences and produce top-notch graduates, and the reputation of CCSE and its graduates continues to attract new students and community partners. CCSE’s partnerships have been essential in providing the highest quality education possible to what now accounts for ten percent of the University’s student population.
Year-on-year growth in enrollment and a greater interest in the areas of STEM mean that CCSE will continue to grow in number and quality. Consequently, the College is broadening collaboration with friends and corporate affiliates to provide interactive, experience-based, cutting-edge educational opportunities for students.
Through the Friends and Corporate Affiliates of CCSE program, the College will launch an innovative initiative that has immediate and lasting effect. The funds raised through this initiative directly impact students and the students’ educational experience at CCSE.
You play a vital role in defining the future of CCSE and our collective ability to shape computing educational experiences for the Metro Atlanta region. We seek your partnership in interacting with and mentoring student teams through projects and in financial support of CCSE’s programming – creating a vibrant culture of creativity.
Through your commitment to support CCSE, we are able to ensure quality of student experience and, through that experience, quality of graduates - the future workforce. As a member of the Friends and Corporate Affiliates Program, we ask that you or your organization make the following philanthropic commitment:
Individuals - $1,500.00 annually, for 5 years
Institutions and corporations - $2,500.00 annually, for 5 years