Health and Wellness
The overall goal of the Center for Health Promotion and Wellness is to improve the health and wellbeing of students and employees through awareness and education.
CYAAR enables, supports and encourages young adult recovery and wellness by providing programs and engaging in collaborative research and education.
CPS supports the academic mission of Kennesaw State University by enhancing students’ educational, career, and social development. By working in conjunction with other faculty, administrators, and student affairs professionals to develop the whole person.
Sports and Recreation encompasses the Student Recreation Center, the Sports and Recreation Park, as well as the following programs: Club Sports, Fitness Programs, Intramural sports, Outdoor Adventures, Special Events, and Summer Camps. It is our mission to foster the holistic development of KSU Students' physical, social, and leadership development. Click here for more information.
The KSU Health Advisory website provides public health related advisories and information for employees and students and to mitigate any incidence of preventable and infectious diseases within the campus community.
Kennesaw State University’s Student Health Services is operated by WellStar Medical Group. They provide comprehensive primary care with a clinical team comprised of board certified physicians supported by experienced nurse practitioners.
The mission of the Women’s Resource and Interpersonal Violence Prevention Center is to enhance academic performance and empower members of the KSU community to reach their full potential by striving to create an inclusive, supportive, and violence free campus environment.
Active Minds is a grass-roots student led organization with the mission to elevate good mental health on the college campus as well as eliminate the stigma and walls of silence surrounding mental illness!
Established in January 2008, the Collegiate Recovery Community understands the needs of the developing college student in recovery from addiction. By providing a recovery program within the university system, the CRC offers students in recovery from addiction the opportunity for leadership, service and a peer community of support while attaining a college degree. By applying to be a part of the community, students develop commitment, principles and ethical responsibility to grow both in recovery and academically.