Are you returning to the Atlanta area or looking for an online course this summer? Attend Kennesaw State for the summer as a Transient Student. As a guest Owl, you can take classes to transfer back to your home institution.
You are considered a transient student if you are a guest student from another institution for one term. Permission is needed from your home institution to attend KSU, and your home institution must verify that you are eligible to return.
If you wish to continue enrollment as a transient student for a future term, you must reapply and submit a new transient letter by the deadline for the new term you wish to enter.
If you want to earn your degree from KSU, you need to change your status by reapplying and sending all required credentials by the deadline. Courses taken at KSU as a transient student are not counted in meeting transfer admission requirements.
Transient students attending KSU are not guaranteed course availability. Unfortunately, as a transient student you are not eligible to receive financial aid from KSU. Therefore, you must apply for financial aid at the institution where you are degree-seeking, referred to as your home institution. The only exception to this rule is for the HOPE Scholarship or Zell Miller Scholarship. If you are receiving funding from the HOPE or Zell Miller Scholarship, please ask your home institution to send a transient certification to KSU.
- Submit your application and $40 application fee online by our posted deadline for your desired semester of attendance.
- Submit a transient letter from the registrar, department chair, advisor or other appropriate
official from your home institution. The letter must state that you are eligible to
re-enroll and have the home institution's permission to attend KSU as a transient
student for the applicable term. Transient letters may be delivered to us by any of
the following means:
Via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Via fax to 470-578-9169
In person or via mail to:
Kennesaw State University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3391 Town Point Drive, MD 9111
Kennesaw, GA 30144
- Check your application status online online using your NetID and password.
May 2, 2022, is the final Summer 2022 application and document deadline for all students, except Dual Enrollment1. Check the Summer 2022 Academic Calendar and allow yourself plenty of time to apply, be accepted and register prior to the first day of class for the session you wish to attend. You will not be able to register for a class that has already passed the drop/add period.
1 Dual Enrollment Student Application Deadline is March 15, 2022.