Programs and Events

Our events cater towards professional development, academic success and social interaction and networking. Ultimately, we are here to help students develop necessary skills for college, the job market and beyond. 

    • Mentor Training Sessions

      Become a peer mentor and register for a comprehensive mentor training session.

      January 11 - 21, Various Locations

    • Alpha Sigma Lambda Informational

      Please join us for an informational about Kennesaw State University’s newest honor society. Alpha Sigma Lambda Upsilon Mu Chapter.

      Thursday, January 12 from 11 am - 12 pm, University Room B Student Center (Kennesaw Campus)

    • Odyssey Mentee Orientation

      The Odyssey Orientation Mentee Meeting is our semester kickoff event. Mentees will have a chance to network with program participants while learning the basics of what the Odyssey Peer Mentoring Program has to offer.

      Monday, January 23 from 11 am - 12 pm in Student Center Ballrooms A-B (Marietta Campus)

    • How to Win a Scholarship Workshop

      Find out in this workshop how to apply for a KSU scholarship and create a winning essay.

      Monday, January  23 from 1 pm - 2 pm in Student Center Leadership (Kennesaw Campus)

    • Odyssey Mentee Orientation

      The Odyssey Orientation Mentee Meeting is our semester kickoff event. Mentees will have a chance to network with program participants while learning the basics of what the Odyssey Peer Mentoring Program has to offer.

      Thursday, January 26 from 11 am - 12 pm in University Room A, Student Center (Kennesaw Campus)

     

    • How to Avoid Plagiarism

      Don’t find out the hard way! Guarantee protection from inadvertent errors! Understanding academic misconduct is vital in the development of strong academic integrity and academic success. This workshop will inform you about what is considered cheating and plagiarism at KSU.

      Wednesday, February 1 from 1 pm - 2 pm in Student Center Leadership Room (Kennesaw Campus)

    • Banking and Investing Brunch Workshop

      Enhance your personal financial management
      skills, learn some techniques for banking and
      investing to better your financial goals and
      future! FREE BRUNCH PROVIDED!

      Thursday, February 2 from 10 am - 11 am in Student Center University Room C-E

    • Networking and Your Personal Brand

      This workshop discusses the art of effective networking. Topics include how to create your personal brand and how to work a room. This is an interactive presentation with role playing and network building exercises.

      Thursday, February 9 from 2 pm - 3 pm in University College Room 200

    • Alpha Sigma Lambda Induction Ceremony

      Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society will be inducting the inaugural class of students
      into KSU's Upsilon Mu Chapter.
      Food will be served!

      Monday, February 20 from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm in Student Center University Room A

      • RSVP by Invitation 
    • How to Win a Scholarship Workshop

      Find out in this workshop how to apply for a KSU scholarship and create a winning essay.

      Wednesday, February  22 from 1 pm - 2 pm in Student Center, Ballroom B (Marietta Campus)

    • Business Etiquette

      Learn the proper way to conduct yourself in a professional environment. This workshop will cover conversation tips, dress advice and more.

      Thursday, February 23 from 2 pm - 3 pm in University College Room 200

    • Money 101: Maximizing Personal Finances

      How you handle your money and the habits you develop now will greatly affect your financial future. In this presentation, financial planning Associates from Henssler Financial will cover everyday, practical financial skills including using interest rates and credit, basic budgeting and tools you can use to manage your finances as you grow into your career. Money 101 will be presented by Peter Lynch, Melanie Wells, CFP®, Jarrett McKenzie, CFP®, CWS®, or Malik Lee, CFP®.

      Monday, February 27 from 12 pm - 1 pm in Student Center Leadership Room (Kennesaw Campus)

     

    • Entrepreneurship Workshop: Begin Turning Your Dreams into Reality

      If you think you don't have the stuff to be an entrepreneur, what you hear may change your mind. If you know you are a natural entrepreneur, get the pointers you need to move forward. Learn about support staff and resources available on campus to open you up to new possibilities.

      Wednesday, March 1 from 1 pm - 2:30 pm in Student Center Leadership Room (Kennesaw Campus)

    • Odyssey Diversity Candy Shop

      Please join us for some free treats and a cool interactive activity. Come network with other students involved in the Odyssey Peer Mentoring Program.

      Monday, March 6 from 11 am - 12 pm in Student Center Room 261 (Kennesaw Campus)


      Walk in participation welcomed

      • Walk in participation welcomed 
    • The Power of Why

      Do you find yourself riding the treadmill of life, everyday checking off boxes, getting some things done, not necessarily the right things that will lead you to desired destination, only to feel exhausted and depleted at the end of the day? Performing at maximum capacity and achieving goals is often the aim, but what if answering a simple question and making a few simple adjustments could shift you and your work life in a more fulfilling and meaningful direction, would you be willing to answer that question and make those adjustments?

      Wednesday, March 8 from 6:30 pm - 9 pm in Student Center University Room A (Kennesaw Campus)

    • Understanding Credit for Financial Success

      Learn the strategies of maintaining good credit scores or learn how to repair bad credit. Your financial decisions now can shape your future for many years to come. Financial Management expert, Al Parker is here to answer your questions concerning credit and how you can utilize positive credit building strategies to leverage your dreams.
      Free lunch refreshments will be served

      Tuesday, March 14 from 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm in Student Center Leadership Room (Kennesaw Campus)

     

     

     

     

 March 2017

 

  • Crucial Conversations Series: Choose Work Consciously

    We’re living in a time of unprecedented possibility! You don’t really want to settle on a career destination without conscious evaluation. Take advantage of this interactive experience, an opportunity to participate in a crucial conversation about your current choices, your transition from school to work, and the work destination that aligns with who you want to be and what you want to do in the world As a participant in this crucial conversation you’ll discuss:
    • The difference between having a job/career and creating the work life you desire.
    • Why it is NOT too late to shift your work life in a new and more meaningful direction.
    • Ways of being that block you from sharing your super powers in the world.
    • The benefits of your already acquired knowledge and experience and how to use these in your work life design process.
    • What you need to be doing right now to facilitate a smooth and successful transition from college to your just right work.


    Wednesday, March 22 from 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
    Bagwell Education Building Room 334

  • 2017 ANTSHE National Conference

    The Office of Adult and Commuter Student Affairs is sponsoring students for free admittance into the 2017 ANTSHE Conference to be held at KSU Center March 23-25. Conference theme, "Addressing the Identity Crisis: Realizing the Value in Non-Traditional Learners in Adult Programs and Initiatives...Mentoring and Mapping Their Needs for 21st Century Success".

    Click here to learn more information about the ANTSHE Conference

    This year conference takes place at KSU Center

  • Money 101: Maximizing Personal Finances

    How you handle your money and the habits you develop now will greatly affect your financial future. In this presentation, financial planning Associates from Henssler Financial will cover everyday, practical financial skills including using interest rates and credit, basic budgeting and tools you can use to manage your finances as you grow into your career. Money 101 will be presented by Peter Lynch, Melanie Wells, CFP®, Jarrett McKenzie, CFP®, CWS®, or Malik Lee, CFP®.

    Monday, March 27 from 12 pm - 1 pm in Student Center University Room C-E (Kennesaw Campus)

  • Entrepreneurship Workshop: Begin Turning Your Dreams into Reality

    If you think you don't have the stuff to be an entrepreneur, what you hear may change your mind. If you know you are a natural entrepreneur, get the pointers you need to move forward. Learn about support staff and resources available on campus to open you up to new possibilities.

    Wednesday, March 29 from 1 pm - 2:30 pm in Student Center Ball Room B (Marietta Campus)

 

 

 

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