Discrimination against another member of the Kennesaw State University community disrupts the community's commitment to being a fair and welcoming environment as expressed in the KSU Non-Discrimination Statement.
Reporting ensures that KSU holds up to its commitment to a campus environment free from discrimination, and also assists KSU in finding ways to better inform and educate others on the importance of diversity, inclusion, and fairness. We all have a part to play in helping KSU fulfill its mission and purpose. One of the best ways you can help is to let us know how we treat each other on campus.
You can report discrimination by visiting the online reporting page or by calling the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at 470-578-2614. Once your report has been submitted, someone from our office will contact you to discuss the options available for reconciliation, unless you indicate otherwise.
Any student, faculty or staff member of KSU can file a report. We also accept reports from individuals who are not immediate members of the KSU community. All details collected, including contact information like name, telephone, and email address is important to the investigation process. All reported forms of discrimination are confidential to the extent possible.