Finally: Finals Week at KSU

 

It has been a busy semester for our students, and the end is nearly here. But first, they will need to make it through final exams, which begin today and end Dec. 16. Many units across campus are going the extra mile to ensure that students have every opportunity to excel during this home stretch.

To kick off the week, Campus Services hosted Cram Jam last night at the Commons in Kennesaw and Stingers in Marietta, giving students the opportunity to burn some energy with dancing and games as they prepare for their final exams. 

Then today, Student Life will partner with Town Center mall for KSU Night, a holiday savings event and study break, while Housing and Residence Life will provide some much-needed support for students with its Midnight Breakfast study breaks. 

Meanwhile, the student centers on both campuses will stay open 24-hours a day during exam week to provide a place for those late-night study sessions. Plus, Library Services will keep the libraries open a little longer during the week and on the weekend to help students prepare. And The Study location on each campus will continue to be open late nights for students as exams approach. 

As Kennesaw State strives to be a student-centric university, there are always activities we can develop to help students stay on track for graduation. We can’t take their exams for them, but we can give them the support they need to succeed on their own. Best wishes to all of our students on their finals this week.

Pamela Whitten

President

Written By Whitten

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