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University of Oklahoma Move-In 2019 — All you need to know!Sooner Parents
KSU is committed to your health and well-being, and helping students of all ages make informed choices. In accordance with federal law, we regularly distribute our Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Policy directly to all students via email (the official mode of communication at KSU). This information, along with other critical policies and procedures, is also included in important university publications, such as the Student Handbook, available online at handbooks.kennesaw.edu.
Click here to review the AOD Policy.
For those wishing to learn more about KSU's educational and programmatic efforts and the work of the KSU Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug (ATOD) Education and Prevention Coalition, or access the most recent Biennial Review that was published in December 2016, please visit this link.
The KSU Student Codes of Conduct, along with the Sexual Misconduct Policy, also include important information all students need to know. The codes and related policies can be directly accessed online here.
The Division of Student Affairs is here to help all students achieve success at KSU and beyond, supporting learning both in and out of the classroom. Visit the Student Affairs website to learn more about the division, departments, services and programs.
If you ever need assistance or have questions or concerns, feel free to contact the Office of the Dean of Students at [email protected] 470-578-6367 (KSU-ODOS). To learn more about our services, such as Administrative Emergency Withdrawals, Voter Registration, Emergency Retention Scholarships, and more, visit our website:
Formal grievances and concerns that cannot be resolved directly and informally with the appropriate department or office should be submitted online here.
Concerns related to individuals exhibiting distress or threatening or dangerous behaviors should be submitted to the Behavioral Response Team (BRT) at brt.kennesaw.edu.
Emergencies requiring immediate attention should always be reported to the University Police at (470) 578-6666 or through the LiveSafe app available for download on your mobile device. If you do not already have the LiveSafe app on your phone please download it now.
Best wishes for a happy, healthy, and productive semester, and GO OWLS!