Friday, February 2nd

All are encouraged (but not required) to RSVP for Creed Week events at the Creed Week Owl Life page.

  • Commitment to Fair Play, Sportsmanship & Civility

    Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Campus: Kennesaw
    Location: Kennesaw Student Recreation & Activities Center
    Applicable Creed Tenets: Unity, Respect, Unity, Faitfhulness, Community
    Contact Information:
    Nicole Turner
    nturne36@kennesaw.edu
    470-578-2915

    • Democracy Wall

      Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      Campus: Both
      Location: Kennesaw Library Breezeway & Marietta J Building
      Applicable Creed Tenets: Unity, Respect, Unity, Faitfhulness, Community
      Contact Information:
      Ryan Keesee
      rkeesee@kennesaw.edu
      470-578-7782

      • The Democracy Wall provides space for the campus community to reflect on questions posed on the wall. Visit the Democracy Wall on either campus to share your thoughts and see other perspectives. 

      • Emerging From Within

        Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
        Campus: Both
        Location: Kennesaw Library Breezeway & Marietta J Building
        Applicable Creed Tenets: Unity, Respect, Unity, Faitfhulness, Community
        Contact Information:
        Ryan Keesee
        rkeesee@kennesaw.edu
        470-578-7782

        • "Emerging from Within" is a historical look into the untold stories and life histories of several of KSU's diversity advocates. Theproject aims to generate greater understanding of diversity and inclusion at KSU and to archive the efforts of faculty and staffover time. Some of the featured individuals have retired from the University, others continue to play a central role in making KSUa premier diverse institution. A total of 14 individuals participated in the project. Each person has a unique history and hasovercome obstacles to be part of a growing University in an ever-changing society.Their contributions range from speaking outagainst acts of exclusion and injustice, supporting others through both small and large deeds, establishing programs to meet theneeds of KSU's diverse body, and building bridges between KSU and surrounding marginalized communities. With humility andgrace, these individuals have shared the stories, experiences, and teachings that contributed to their identity and advocacy

        • CARE in Action

          Time: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
          Applicable Creed Tenets: Excellence, Community
          Contact Information:
          Marcy Stidum
          mstidum@kennesaw.edu
          470-578-6600

          • Check out the resources provided by the KSU CARE in Action, and learn to become an an advocate for homeless, foster care
            and food insecure students.

          • Civility

            Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
            Campus: Kennesaw
            Location: Kennesaw Student Center Leadership Room
            Applicable Creed Tenets: Unity, Faithfulness, Community
            Contact Information:
            Kevin Gecowets
            kgecowet@kennesaw.edu
            470-578-4300

            • Traditionally, civility is the virtue and practice of good citizenship. In modern times, we interpret civility as politeness and respect. However, for civility to be an effective and meaningful cultural norm, it must be much more than a veneer of politeness. Civility will explore how diverse populations can create consensus on the definition of civility, while still respecting differences. 

              Registration for this event is required. Please contact Center for University Learning for more details.

            • Creed Week in Academic Advising

              Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
              Campus: Kennesaw
              Location: Various
              Applicable Creed Tenets: Excellence
              Contact Information:
              Chris Hutt
              chutt@kennesaw.edu
              470-578-6274

              • All KSU Advising Centers on both campuses will provide a series of handouts and discussions in their respective offices during Creed Week. Advisors will (as part of the advising appointment) share the tenets of the Creed, and how students can strive for personal and academic excellence through research, scholarship, and other opportunities. Each center will share statistics on the achievements of students, as well as the numbers of students served by the advising community and other KSU Support Services (Writing Center, SMART/ SI, etc).

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