Historical Videos

The Kennesaw State University Archives is responsible for preserving the history of the university. Records, scrapbooks, newspapers, yearbooks, photographs, and video housed in the repository all help tell the story of the institution. Watch history come alive in these samples of news footage and events that showcase significant moments in Kennesaw State's first fifty years.

The 1975 Carmichael Student Center dedication brought politicians and VIPs from all over the state to Kennesaw Junior College. This gave students the perfect opportunity to demonstrate for a four-year institution.

The conversion of Kennesaw Junior College to four-year status was widely covered by the local media.

President-elect Siegel speaks to the press after her selection as the second president of Kennesaw.

The Office of Admissions produced videos to showcase Kennesaw College for prospective students.

In 1995 the Lady Owls softball team won the first of two back-to-back Division II national championships.

Kennesaw State expanded greatly during the 1990s. The university made a video to highlight all of the changes on campus.

On October 24, 2006 Dr. Daniel Papp was inaugurated as Kennesaw State University's third president.

KSU student Jessie Blowers coordinated a student effort to create the world's largest peace symbol in spring 2012.