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We rely on generous donors like you to help create scholarships for our students, expand our facilities, and grow our endowments. Your support of the College of the Arts will help us continue to create great programs for a new era of artistic integrity and academic achievement. Make a difference in the lives of our students by donating today.

Name A Building, Classroom, or Seat
Do you want to leave a lasting legacy? You may want to consider naming a building or a classroom. Donors may take advantage of numerous opportunities to create a legacy in honor of a loved one. Your loved one's name could become part of the College in perpetuity by naming a scholarship, facility, or performance series.  Or, perhaps you'd like to show your commitment by naming a seat in the Bailey Performance Center.

Create a New Scholarship
Scholarships help ensure the academic and artistic success of talented students. At Kennesaw State University, a minimum gift of $25,000 is required to create an endowed scholarship. These funds are the principal, which will never be spent and exist in perpetuity to benefit students. A benefactor may choose to fully fund an endowment at the beginning or fund it over a period of three to five years. After the initial endowment, the benefactor, friends or family may continue to make gifts to build the endowment in order to benefit more students.

An annual scholarship fund may be created with a minimum commitment of $1,000 for five years. The money is awarded to students yearly, and the fund may be renewed each year at the donor's discretion. Endowed and annual scholarships may be named in someone’s honor, and donors determine the selection criteria of the student recipients. Read more about scholarships.

Support Current Scholarships
Donors may also contribute to scholarships without creating a fund. Gifts of any size may be designated to scholarship funds in the School of Art and Design, the Department of Dance, the School of Music, the Department of Theater & Performance Studies or to the Dean’s General Scholarship Fund.

For more information, please call Kelly Smith at 470-578-3129 or e-mail for details.