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Meet Our Donors

Our donors make a major impact on the programs, colleges and scholarships they support through their philanthropy. Whether its a donor supporting a campus initiative or funding a scholarship, the student experience at KSU is significantly improved and enhanced when donors connect with the causes that are important to them.

  • Coca-Cola donates $1.25 million to support Kennesaw State scholarship program

    Kennesaw State University has received a $1.25 million donation from The Coca-Cola Foundation for the creation of a scholarship program supporting first-generation students.

  • Construction management department raises $140,000 for scholarships, facility improvements

    An annual fundraiser held to support Kennesaw State University’s construction management department reached new heights this year by collecting more than $140,000 for scholarships and the development of teaching facilities.

  • Michael J. Coles College of Business receives $3.25 million to launch new economic center

    The Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University has launched a new center to study the economic and social factors that impact economic prosperity.

  • College of Science and Mathematics recognizes 2017 Birla Carbon Scholars

    Kennesaw State University senior Rebecca Webster’s research project on the parasitic Harper’s Dodder (Cuscuta harperi) plant’s ability to select certain plant hosts based on smell won the Top Poster Award at the Birla Carbon Symposium, at which the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) officially recognized 10 new Birla Carbon Scholars.

  • Donor's gift targets at-risk students on Kennesaw State's Marietta Campus

    A $45,000 gift from The American Opportunity Foundation will soon provide emergency, on-campus housing and scholarships for students at risk for homelessness on Kennesaw State University’s Marietta Campus.

  • Alumnus, wife continue support of KSU with endowed scholarships

    Chris Pike ’84 and his wife Debbie Pike have been major contributors to Kennesaw State University in many ways. Both are trustees of the KSU Foundation and have impacted the institution and lives of students for several years.

  • Longtime trustee Prillaman establishes endowed scholarship in wife's name, receives award from WellStar Foundation

    Bob Prillaman, a trustee of the Kennesaw State University Foundation for more than 31 years, and his wife Lillias have established an endowed scholarship for deserving KSU students majoring in the visual arts through the College of the Arts.

  • Kennesaw State announces Katherine Scott Rehearsal Hall Endowment

    Encouraged at an early age by her mother, Katherine Scott followed her passion for music and the arts – and it led her to donate $500,000 to Kennesaw State University’s School of Music.

  • Jim and Ann Wallace endow Onyx Theater

    The anonymous couple behind one of the most significant gifts in the history of the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies stepped into the limelight on March 22, almost five years to the day after secretly bestowing a $250,000 gift to name Kennesaw State’s then-new black box theater as the Onyx Theater.

  • Ellen, Shepherd Long endow scholarship for women in civil engineering

    Shepherd Long, a trustee of the Kennesaw State University Foundation, and his wife Ellen have established an endowed scholarship to support Kennesaw State University students who are women majoring in civil engineering.

  • Doug and Robin Shore

    For years, Doug and Robin Shore have been making contributions to Kennesaw State University. Now, their names indelibly will be linked to the Michael J. Coles College of Business.

  • Michael Leven

    Michael A. Leven adds name, clout to new School of Culinary Sustainability and Hospitality.

  • Lockheed Martin Supports Math Education

    Lockheed Martin is partnering with Kennesaw State University to invest dollars and talent in high school students interested in mathematics.

  • Bill & Nina Beddingfield

    For Bill and Nina Beddingfield, supporting the arts at Kennesaw State University is more than a gift to the students; it also serves as a tribute to Bill’s mother, Florence.

  • Joesph Cook

    Joseph Cook, a retired professor from Florida and one of Kennesaw State’s newest supporters, has established scholarships in honor of two individuals who have impacted his life.

  • Virginia Hinton

    KSU retiree Virginia Hinton has recently committed to a planned gift to benefit the KSU Retiree Legacy Scholarship, established by members of the KSU Retiree Association.

  • Lockheed Martin

    Lockheed Martin recently established a scholarship for students interested in science and technology.

  • The Rich Foundation, Inc.

    The Rich Foundation, Inc. recently awarded a substantial gift to The Academy for Inclusive Learning and Social Growth at Kennesaw State University.

  • Rosa Bobia

    Rosa Bobia established the Dr. Rosa Bobia Endowed Scholarship for students studying Modern Language and Culture or African and African Diaspora Studies.

  • Oral Moses

    Oral Moses, Professor Emeritus of Voice and Music Literature since 1984, established the Dr. Oral L. Moses Endowed Scholarship in May 2013.

  • Marina Koether

    As a chemistry professor, Marina Koether works to inspire more women to pursue the sciences.

  • Ann D. Smith

    Recently retired, Smith was inspired by her experiences at KSU to endow the Ann D. Smith Scholarship with the assistance of the Bagwell College of Education.

  • Cam Graham

    Having earned degrees from both Kennesaw Junior College as well as Kennesaw State University, Cam Graham elected to give back in hopes that KSU will continue to evolve.

  • Tom Scott

    Tom Scott has been part of KSU history for 45 years, having served as the first faculty member to teach the Georgia history course.

  • Mary Lou Fish

    With two granddaughters now enrolled, twenty-one years of service to Kennesaw State established more than a career; it established a family tradition.

  • Assistance League of Atlanta

    Over the past decade, Assistance League of Atlanta has awarded funds to forty-six KSU students through their annual scholarship.

  • Betsey and William Duffey

    The Duffeys were instrumental in helping establish the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery (CYAAR), a program for students struggling with and recovering from addiction.

  • Lil and Bob Prillaman

    Lil and Bob Prillaman are longtime community leaders. Bob is a KSU Foundation trustee, a loyal supporter of the WellStar School of Nursing as well as co-chair of KSU’s first-ever comprehensive capital campaign.

  • Ruth Ann Harnisch

    Ruth Ann Harnisch, president and founder of the The Harnisch Foundation, is very clear about what she expects when it comes to her charitable contributions.

  • Gene and Pat Henssler

    Gene and Pat Henssler and the partners of the Henssler Financial Group established the Student Management Fund at the Coles Collge of Business.

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