Your Dean of Students is your advocate and resource to help maximize your success at KSU and beyond. The formal roles of the Office of the Dean of Students include oversight for all student conduct, problem resolution, behavioral and crisis response, administrative emergency withdrawals, policy review and compliance, and student advocacy and support.

In addition to the formal functions of this office, the Dean of Students collaborates across all areas and constituents within the greater university community to enhance the student experience. This includes not only service to students but also collaborations with parents, alumni, community members, faculty, staff, and campus administrators. In some ways the Dean of Students office is similar to a hotel concierge - when you are not sure where to turn and need guidance, we will always be happy to help. If we cannot resolve your needs we will connect you with the appropriate offices and individuals who can.

Thank you for choosing to be a part of the KSU family, and we look forward to your lifelong engagement in our community!

 

Spring Break Safety Message

Spring Break is almost here! Many of you may be looking forward to a much needed break from your studies and some fun activities with friends and family.  Whether you are staying local or traveling to far off places, your safety is important to us. Make this spring break memorable and safe by remembering a few tips:

1. LiveSafe App works on and off campus so make sure you have the app on your phone.  The SafeWalk feature is a great way to make sure friends arrive safely at their destination.  For more details visit: http://livesafe.kennesaw.edu/

2. If you are traveling internationally, visit KSU’s International Safety and Security site for important details and to register with OnCall International: http://dga.kennesaw.edu/internationalrisk/index.php

3. Make Responsible Choices - Know your surroundings, and make sure your emergency contact has all of your details.  If you choose to drink, be mindful of local law, trust your instincts and form a buddy system.

4. More tips on Spring Break Health and Safety can be found here - https://www.cdc.gov/family/springbreak/index.htm

Have a great break!

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