Audit - Students are not permitted to receive retroactive credit at any future date for
their participation in a course as an auditor nor change from an audit to a credit
status while enrolled in a course. Audited courses are counted at full value in computing
the student’s course load for fee purposes.
A student wishing to change his/her classification from an auditor to a degree-seeking student must reapply for admission for a future term in the appropriate category and meet all pertinent requirements and deadlines.
Audited courses do not qualify for educational benefits or financial assistance under social security laws, veterans or other federal and state programs.
❑ Submit transcripts from either a high school reflecting graduation or an accredited college or university showing credits earned.
❑ If you apply for in-state tuition, you must provide proof of lawful presence prior to enrollment.
❑ If you are a legal resident of Georgia aged 62 years and older, you may qualify for the Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver.
❑ Prior to enrolling in courses you must provide proof of immunization as required by the University System of Georgia. Please see http://immunizations.kennesaw.edu/ for further information.
Official transcripts from high schools or colleges must be sent directly from the institution to:
Kennesaw State University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
3391 Town Point Drive, MD 9111
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Transcripts should be submitted directly to KSU from the sending institution, issued within one year of the term of application and contain current information.
All applicants who qualify as in-state for tuition classification must also provide Lawful Presence Verification.
Admission to Kennesaw State University is a selective process. Meeting the application deadline or minimum standards does not guarantee acceptance. It is the responsibility of the applicant to review the admission standards and deadlines in advance to understand the likelihood of eligibility.