KENNESAW, Ga. | Oct 23, 2023
Fifty Kennesaw State University (KSU) students will earn free passports this fall through a sponsorship from Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines that is being administered on campus by the Global Education office. Students must apply by Oct. 24 to be considered.
Delta has committed $51,000 to help increase access to global education experiences and foster international perspectives among students.
The Atlanta Global Research and Education Collaborative (AGREC), consisting of Kennesaw State, Agnes Scott College, Emory University, Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, and Spelman College, is the recipient of this funding. Delta’s sponsorship will fund 50 passports at each partner institution, totaling 300 passports during the 2023-2024 academic year.
“We are excited and grateful to be a part of the passport funding initiative,” said Lexie Baker, interim director of Education Abroad at KSU. “Our goal is to break down barriers for students and acquiring a passport is the first barrier that many students face when trying to study abroad. This can open up a whole new world for them!”
Kennesaw State’s Free Passport Initiative is open to current Kennesaw State University students who are:
More about AGREC
Launched in 2020 and co-created by GSI and the Atlanta Global Studies Center, AGREC aims to build and strengthen collaborative networks of multi-institutional scholars and practitioners to support global research and education initiatives in the Greater Atlanta region, bringing together scholars and experts to address global complex problems.