Dr. Ivan Pulinkala is named Dean of the College of the Arts.
Dr. Ivan Pulinkala is named interim dean of the College of the Arts.
The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art becomes part of the College of the Arts.
The Dance Theater on the KSU Marietta campus opens.
The Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Katherine Scott established the Katherine Scott Rehearsal Hall Endowment, and the rehearsal hall in the Bailey Performance Center was named in her honor.
Kennesaw State University committed to establishing new facilities at Chastain Pointe.
The College of the Arts established its first Board of Advisors.
The School of Art and Design was named one of the "Top Design Schools" by Graphic Design USA.
The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art, part of the Department of Museums, Archives & Rare Books, opens.
The Malinda Jolley Mortin Gallery opens with a generous endowment gift.
Dr. Patty Poulter becomes the second dean of the College of the Arts, following Joe Meeks's retirement.
Black Box Theater named Onyx Theater.
Department of Dance and Department of Theatre and Performance Studies are separated.
Department of Visual Arts becomes School of Art and Design.
Art history major created.
Dance Studios opened at Chastain Pointe.
Department of Theatre and Performance Studies becomes Department of Theatre, Performance Studies and Dance.
Wilson Building Annex opens.
First graduate program—MAT in Art—launched.
Dance major created.
Department of Music becomes the School of Music.
KSU designated an “All-Steinway School.”
Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center opens.
The Don Russell Clayton Gallery and Anna Henriequez Atrium opens in the Bailey Center.
Accreditation received from National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
School of the Arts becomes College of the Arts.
Department of Theater becomes Department of Theatre and Performance Studies.
Visual Arts Building opens.
First Annual Benefit Gala presented--In six years, this event raised more than $1 million for scholarships.
Accreditation received from the National Association of Schools of Theatre.
School of the Arts created.
KSC becomes Kennesaw State University.
Department of Music and Performing Arts split into Department of Music and Department of Theater.
Joe Mack Wilson Building opens.
Howard Logan Stillwell Theater opens.
Fine Arts Gallery opens.
Kennesaw College renamed Kennesaw State College.
Department of Visual Arts created.
Accreditation received from the National Association of Schools of Music.
Department of Music renamed Department of Music and Performing Arts.
School of Arts and Behavioral Sciences created.
Department of Music created.
Kennesaw College awards first four-year degrees—Music major Marty Barrett Ansorge is the first graduate.
Music Building opens.
KJC becomes Kennesaw College.
Permanent Collection of Art started.
Kennesaw Junior College opens its doors; programs include music and art.