News articles

2017

Oct. 17 – Police arrested a part-time accounting professor after finding him unconscious and intoxicated in the Carmichael Student Center on Oct. 5.

Sept. 18 – Out of the thousands of people who attempt to hike the Appalachian Trail each year, roughly one in four actually completes the trip, so it was no small feat when a Kennesaw State alumnus completed the 2,200-mile hike on July 15.

Sept. 15 – A 21 percent increase in summer enrollment this year marks a record high for the number of students taking summer classes.

Aug. 28 – Four physician groups hand-delivered a letter on Aug. 17 to the University System of Georgia chancellor urging him to recommend a new meningitis vaccine to college students across Georgia.

Aug. 21 – University Dining Services will unveil a Panda Express as the Carmichael Student Center’s newest dining option, expected to open in mid-October.

July 17 – University Housing and Residence Life officials are discussing the prospect of building additional on-campus housing for first-year students as enrollment continues to grow.

April 22 – The Horace W. Sturgis Library unveiled metro Atlanta’s first rare book museum on April 22, housed on its ground floor.

Mar. 27 – A student was injured after falling from a third-floor balcony at The Blake apartment complex around 9 p.m. on March 23.

Mar. 27 – Beginning fall 2018, a new formula for calculating admissions eligibility means that some freshmen who meet requirements still may not be accepted at Kennesaw State University.

Mar. 5 – A Kennesaw State University student was killed after being ejected from a car in an early-morning crash Friday, March 3, according to Cobb County police.