Student Engagement and Belonging Initiatives and Services

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.

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Student Engagement and Belonging Advisory Council

The SEBAC at KSU consists of high-achieving KSU students who are recruited to join the program and expand their knowledge of intercultural competence. 
As student leaders, the SEBAC members train hard, volunteer their time, and acquire knowledge and skills to help the Student Engagement and Belonging department in tabling and promoting the department at various university-wide events.

Additionally, SEBAC members are trained to facilitate peer-to-peer workshops and activities. Members are paired with a Center coordinator based on interest and desire to learn, and they assist the Center Coordinators in the planning, coordination, and execution of the various Heritage & History Months and Weeks that the SEB celebrates.

Questions? Email SEB staff below.


  • Enhance teamwork & leadership experience 
  • Develop interpersonal communication, event-planning, and marketing skills 
  • Have a positive impact on the KSU community 
  • Build lasting relationships 


  • Commit to the program for a minimum of one semester
  • Be in good academic standing (2.5 cumulative GPA or above
  • Attend the two required program orientation dates

Crossroads (C-Quad) Space

C-Quad is a space located in Suite 374 of the Carmichael Student Center that is available for registered student organizations' use. This new space can be used for organization officer or committee meetings or organization meetings for smaller groups. The space can accommodate a meeting of up to 12 individuals. Additionally, C-Quad has five computer workstations (including two Macs), a large conference/work table, and a mini-conference room with a dry-erase board that can accommodate four individuals.  This mini-conference room can be reserved separately as well.

If your student organization would like to reserve the space, complete the below Owl Life form.  All reservation requests should be submitted at least 48 hours in advance. Reservations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. 

For additional information, contact Teresa Crossan at 470-578-7724 or

    • Student Organization Meetings (up to 12 students)
    • Student Organization Event Prep/Staging
    • Executive Board Meetings
    • Committee Planning or Work Space
    • Executive Board Office Hours
    • Small Group Meetings/Discussions (up to four students)
    • Space available during Carmichael Student Center normal operating hours.
    • Student Organizations are responsible for removing all trash from space at conclusion of reservation.

SEB Workshops

About Us

The Student Engagement and Belonging (SEB) offer workshops that create supportive spaces for students to engage in meaningful conversations and are designed for various audiences, whether it be as an in-classroom presentation or co-curricular experience (i.e., student organization meeting, student leader training, leadership/diversity conference, etc.).

In order to assist you in selecting an appropriate workshop, our workshops are categorized into one of three clusters: affective, cognitive, and behavioral. For more information about each category, as well as a list of associated workshops, please see the information in the section below.

  • Important Information:

    • We ask that all workshops be requested at least two (2) weeks in advance of the desired presentation date.
    • You will be contacted by a member of our staff within three (3) business days of your submission to confirm the availability of facilitators and for any follow-up inquiries.
    • The minimum number of participants can vary between workshops, but approximately 6-10 is a good starting point (see individual workshops for details). If your group is larger than the indicated maximum number of participants for the workshop, we are happy to split your group up and conduct multiple sessions of the requested workshop(s) to accommodate larger groups. For special requests where splitting a group is not ideal, please inform the SEB staff member who reaches out to schedule your workshop.
    • The requesting entity is asked to provide both the space and technology for presentations. If the workshop is to take place virtually, the requesting entity is asked to set up the virtual meeting and invite all pertinent attendees. SEB will always send the requestor a calendar invite for a virtual MS Teams meeting, which the requesting entity is welcome to use.
    • Each session can be tailored to fit varying time periods; the minimum amount of time needed for facilitation is 50 minutes.
    • If you are unsure of which workshop you need or would like a workshop to cover specific topics not listed above, please fill out the request form and indicate your desired goals and learning outcomes in the form.
    • The general purpose of these workshops is to create interactive spaces to engage in dialogue about social identity and cultural competence. 
    • The intended audience for SEB workshops is KSU students. If you are seeking a workshop for KSU staff and/or faculty or for an external campus partner, please email us at