Kennesaw State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (24)
Kennesaw is a rip-off. The school don't care about you. The WIFI doesn't work, they nickel & dime you for every thing. You can barely get into a class, which then forces you to take online, which of course cost extra $. The extra money that they get from the nickel & dime, is definitely not invested in getting more teachers, or improving the services that's included in your tuition (hint: better WIFI). Paying over $26,000 a year , you should be able to tell where that money is going. As of now, I only know where it's "not " going.
This school is one of the most diverse schools I have attended. The faculty is truly magnificent. They honestly do care about each and every one of their students. They even offer personal research with the students so that the students can work one on one with with professors in a study that will help them further in their career and will truly be memorable.
Kennesaw State University is changing so quickly that anyone who hasn't considered it in the last few years may want to look again. It is on its way to becoming a world-class institution with more graduate programs and several doctoral degrees being offered. The main campus has outstanding facilities (new recreation center, new art museum, new stadiums, award-winning dining services.) The instruction is excellent and I felt the quality of education was top-notch. There are some growing pains, especially in parking, and the university is scrambling to keep up and address the issues. The campus is large, but has amenities that make it feel safe and "homey." A warm, friendly student body and supportive faculty make this a college experience that will be fondly remembered.
Kennesaw State University has given me the tools to make a living as a musician. One of my favorite things about the university was the professors in my major and all the opportunities KSU has to offer in terms of connection with the Atlanta music scene. Students will be given the tools to excel but they must be willing to do the work themselves.
As with every thing else in life, it's what you make it - mingle, eat great food, study hard, party responsibly, get to know people who are not like you and learn more about yourself. I had a great time at KSU and will miss the community I've built for myself away from home. I had four years of helpful professors, supervisors, mentors and friends. While this is not the #1 school in the state by most standards, it's certainly prepared me for a prosperous career (I've been offered a job in my field). A great student is a great student, no matter what. Go Owls!
Kennesaw state was a wonderful school. The biology curriculum and professors adequately prepared me to enter medical school. The university fosters individual talent as well as community involvement. My work with clubs like AMSA was very fulfilling as well as a boost to my resume. I would definitely recommend this institution.
Kennesaw State's Political Science degree is definitely recommended to anyone interested in governmental processes, law creation, law application and politics. Their career services are immensely helpful in finding influential internships for school credit and are eager to help students with their applications and resumes for such positions. The teachers were an invaluable contribution to my education in this field of study and really encouraged me using the skills learned in class in outside jobs in the related field. If anyone is considering political science as their major Kennesaw State University will help push you towards completing the courses towards earning this degree.
The professors were all knowledgeable and helpful. They all wanted students to succeed, but did not coddle. There is a wide range of online courses, which makes scheduling easier. The classes were varied and interesting, and materials were not super expensive.
Kennesaw sees everyone as a number instead of a person. They keep charging you more and more and the money doesn't go towards more parking or more staff. Classes are very limited and hard to get into. Teachers aren't helpful and want you fail. Nursing is the hardest major at Kennesaw. You need at least a 3.85 in just your science classes. The next hardest major is business so if these are your career options I would look at other schools on top of Kennesaw. I would recommend looking at other schools over Kennesaw.
KSU was a great institution that has only seen growth since I started in 2012. For the size of the school, you still are able to get a smaller campus feel when in certain courses pertaining to your major. The integrative studies program did a great job supporting me when choosing which two concentrations I wanted to focus on.