The Department of Student Activities is dedicated to the transparency of how your
Student Activities Fee is used at KSU. Here are just a few ways your student activity
fee is put to work through services, resources, activities, and events from the nonacademic
side of college life.
Student Activities fosters a dynamic campus environment by connecting KSU students
to student organizations, campus programs, and events leading to moments of learning,
ownership, community building, and self-discovery. We like to think of ourselves as
a classroom - without walls. Below you will find brief information about the many
things we provide - we hope your KSU experience will be richer because of us!
- Student Media - The Sentinel, Owl Radio, and The Peak are all student-led publications and offer
students the opportunity to gain experience in print, broadcast, online media, advertising,
PR, graphic design, web design, and more.
- Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) - Over 270+ RSOs at KSU provide transformative experiences and opportunities for
students to grow as individuals, leaders, and community members. The Department of
Student Activities works proactively to guide RSOs by providing education, training,
- Large-scale student programs and activities - Kennesaw Activities Board (KAB) and Marietta Activities Council (MAC) are responsible
for turning your student FEES into FUN through concerts, festivals, food, and more.
KSU Day, Homecoming, Weeks of Welcome, and many great events throughout the school
If you would like to learn more about the Student Activities fee, please email email@example.com. See the full list of student fees on the Student Fees website.
All Student Fee funded events are open KSU students and are subject to KSU’s Non-Discrimination Policy, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (which protects people from discrimination
based on race, color or national origin in programs or activities that receive Federal
financial assistance), and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, (which prohibits discrimination or exclusion, on the basis of sex, from any educational program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance).”