Adult and Commuter Student Affairs (ACSA) works toward improving the retention, progression, and graduation of adult learner, nontraditional, and commuter students at KSU by creating an environment in which students can thrive. ACSA offers great programs and activities such as peer advising and support, commuter student services, and off-campus housing resources. ACSA is located in Room 261 of the Carmichael Student Center on the Kennesaw Campus. It is a resource center that offers a gathering place where individuals from all backgrounds, ages, ethnicities, and lifestyles can come together to study, socialize and network.
Whether you are a returning or a first time college student, ACSA is here to meet your student service and academic support needs.
Definition of Adult Learner
A student is considered an adult learner or nontraditional by meeting one or more of the following criterion:
- Delayed enrollment into college
- Veterans and active military servicemembers
- Responsible for dependents
- Married or in a domestic partnership
- Financially independent
- 23 years of age or older
Definition of Commuter
A student is considered a commuter student if the individual does not live on campus in university owned housing.
- Student Center 261