Since its founding in 1963, Kennesaw State University has a strong tradition of supporting the professional development of faculty, staff, and administrators. In the summer of 1997, under the leadership of President Betty Siegel, and with input from all university employees, the Center for University Learning was established to meet the need for enhanced training in technology, management, supervisory, and office professional skills.

Current University President, Dan Papp, encourages the continuation of the Center’s mission of developing our professionals. We now offer a wide range of training, coaching, and organization development services to our campus community and our partner institutions in the Professional Development Consortium of the University System of Georgia.

Kennesaw State University is nationally recognized by the Chronicle of Higher Education as a “Great College to Work For” and professional development is one of the primary reasons cited for that ranking. In 2013 the Kennesaw State University was identified as one of the top ten large colleges nationally for professional development.

Our Mission is to foster a culture of learning by providing professional, personal and leadership development for university faculty and staff.

Our Vision is to be the premier source of learning and development services for our customers.

2015 Annual Report