Classroom Resources

Faculty resources on teaching provide valuable support and professional development opportunities for educators to enhance their instructional practices. These resources often include workshops, seminars, and online courses designed to improve pedagogical skills, incorporate innovative teaching methods, and stay updated on the latest educational research and trends. Additionally, faculty resources may offer access to teaching consultants, peer mentoring programs, and teaching centers where faculty members can collaborate, exchange ideas, and receive guidance on effective teaching strategies. 

Classroom Instructor Stations

The technology in our classrooms is controlled by an Instruction Station.  The station is generally located as part of the desk but may also be built into the wall.  The stations will differ slightly from classroom to classroom, but this PDF guide covers the functions.

Catalogs and Policies

  • The Undergraduate and Graduate catalogs can be found here:  Use the drop-down menu to select the appropriate catalog.
  • University Academic Policies are part of the catalog and consist of several different publications that cover topics such as Grading, Graduation Procedures, Registration, and Transfer Policies.

Course Scheduling Grid & Principles

The course scheduling grid and principles for Fall and Spring semesters.

Classroom Engagement Opportunities


  • Classrooms can partner with CARE Services in a multitude of ways: by hosting Homelessness Awareness Week (HAW) community speakers, hosting a CARE Services event, assisting with planning for our designated events, or by signing up for a pantry sorting shift. To learn more about how to partner with the CARE Services, contact the CARE Services Program Coordinator, Carrie Olsen, at
  • The CPS staff and Student Advisory Board are available to offer the below presentations to your class. 

    Presentation request must be received at least 2-3 weeks in advance of the request date.  Request made less than 2 weeks in advance are not guaranteed to be filled.  A member of the CPS Outreach Team will contact you to discuss your request further. 

    Professor must be present during the presentation.  The below presentations are approximately 30-45 minutes including discussion time. 

    Mental Health 101
    This presentation is focused on identifying the components of mental health, how we utilize them, how they impact our everyday lives, and a few good mental health practices that can be implemented.

    Managing Anxiety and Depression during COVID-19
    This presentation is offered weekly to all KSU students and we are happy to offer it to your class as well. 

    Sources of Strength (S.O.S.) Suicide Prevention
    This presentation is designed to help students identify warning signs, engage in crisis management, understand confidentiality in counseling,develop coping skills, and learn more about resources for getting help.

    If you are interested in a presentation regarding stress and anxiety management, please contact Health & Wellness Promotion.

    Request Presentation
  • Located within the Division of Student Affairs, Student Engagement and Belonging (SEB) serves as home to a vibrant array of programs and services that focus on academic enrichment, campus and community engagement, and identity exploration for all KSU students.

  • Advisors from the Department of Career Planning & Development (CPD) are available to present to your classes for as little as 5 minutes and up to a full class session.  Presentation topics include an overview of our services and resources, how to participate in an internship or co-op experience, and "how to" presentations on resume writing, interviewing, and preparing for a job fair.

    We can also connect you with employers who would love to come and speak with your class.

  • To request a presentation from Department of Student Leadership, please email us with your presentation specifications at

  • All programs are facilitated by certified peer health educators, registered dietitians, or professional health educators and are approximately one hour in length.  However, the program can be tailored to fit your specific needs.

    If you are interested in requesting a program, please complete the request form and submit to Health Promotion and Wellness at least 3-4 weeks prior to your event.

  • In Library Experience Asynchronous Program you'll find a series of online modules on this page that will introduce you to what the library has to offer.

    See LEAP Embedding Instructions at the link below for information on how to put these tutorials in your D2L course.

  • The Office of Emergency Management offers training on a multitude of topics.  If you want any of our training classes taught specifically to your office or department, just contact us at and we will accommodate!

  • Presentations for undergraduate students are co-facilitated by trained undergraduate student leaders engaged in the Safe Space Student Leadership Initiative.

    If your participants are primarily graduate students, please use the Staff/Faculty workshop request from below.

    Both a Basic and an Advanced workshop are available for students:

    • Student Safe Space Basic, 1 hour 15 minutes
      This workshop covers the basics of language, identity terms, legal environment, and campus resources for the GLBTIQ community.
      This workshop is ideal for classroom presentations.
    • Student Safe Space, 2 hours 30 minutes
      This workshop provides a more in-depth exploration of GLBTIQ communities, focusing on building awareness of climate, knowledge of experiences/challenges, and working towards allyship through action. Topics covered include those of the Basic workshop as well as institutional bias, microaggressions, and allyship.
      Because of the emphasis on allyship, participation in this workshop should be voluntary.
      Both of these workshops can be adapted to address the specific needs of your class or student organization.

  • The mission of the ZMA Outreach and Education Program is to provide access to art and ideas that are unique and contemporary. To do so, we:

    • Present experiences that inspire participants through creativity.
    • Employ a variety of learning styles, so participants are an active part of their educational exploration.
    • Develop activities that reach beyond the museum walls by promoting visual literacy.
    • Act as a conduit for interdisciplinary programs through partnerships that challenge what art and a museum can do.

    Upcoming Programs at the Museum

Course Evaluations

  • Schedule for when students can completed course evaluations and when the results will be made available to facutly
  • Direct link to Log In to Watermark Course Evals to retrieve your course evaluations


D2L Brightspace is our official on-line learning platform.  General information and resources can be found on its homepage,

Funding for Student Travel

Grade Appeals

The grade appeals policy is found in the Academic Policies Section of the Undergraduate Catalog - Grading

Owl Express

Owl Express is the name we use for our Banner information system.  Under the Employee Services tab you can update information about your vehicle and parking.  The Faculty Services tab gives you access to your class rosters and schedule.  This is also where you will input your final course grades.  If you do not see the Faculty Services tab you need to submit a Buckley Form.  Information about that form can be found in the FAQ linked below.

Preferred Name

We offer Students, Faculty and Staff the option to use a Preferred name in many of our systems.  To find out more about the option and what systems allow preferred names and which do not, see

Study Abroad

Kennesaw State University offers more than 50 faculty-led study abroad programs in over 40 countries, as well as many foreign exchange and international internship opportunities.

Faculty wishing to propose a study abroad program should visit the Education Abroad website for detailed information on the process and timing for submitting proposals.

As part of the formal proposal review process, the RCHSS International Committee, made up of representatives from each department and school, reviews each proposal confirmed as a complete and timely submission by DGA to make prioritization recommendations to the Dean. Informed by the RCHSS International Committee’s prioritization, the RCHSS Dean will submit program recommendations for the college to the university’s Education Abroad Faculty Standing Committee. The Division of Global Affairs will confirm the final program approval decisions.

Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services (SDS) is the first contact for students with disabilities to arrange accommodations and locate campus and community resources. To access accommodations, students must first connect with SDS and provide the appropriate documentation as outlined by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. Documentation submitted to SDS remains confidential within SDS and is not shared with third parties without written permission from the student. SDS assists in identifying appropriate accommodations and it is the student’s responsibility to submit notice of accommodations to instructors and campus departments as needed.