Collegiate Recovery ProgramCLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION
Kennesaw State University is committed to supporting students who are in recovery from substance use and other process addictions. The Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) is designed to help students connect with each other, access resources necessary for them to succeed academically while sustaining recovery. Successfully achieve their personal and academic goals and participate in programming. Our mission is to create a supportive community where KSU students in recovery can thrive (by):
- Removing any barriers to successful academic progression
- Fostering peer support and accountability
- Normalizing the recovery identity on campus
- Providing information, resources, and consultation to students, families, faculty, and staff
- Providing sober social activities on and off campus
- Providing a dedicated space with caring professionals and student staff
The CRP is structured on a continuum to help support students as they develop in recovery, academically, and other areas of life. These are general guidelines which may be altered to serve the needs of individual students. Students may apply to CRP once they have six months of abstinence-based recovery. Students on medication assisted therapy with six month of sustained recovery are welcome to apply and meet with the program coordinator. For students with less than six months sustained recovery the center offers a full range of recovery support services.
The CRP is not a clinical treatment program; rather it is a recovery program based on social support models & theory. Participants voluntarily agree to respect the confidentiality of others and commit to creating a safe space that is rooted in the principles of recovery.
Students who have a minimum of six months sustained recovery receive:
- Priority registration for class
- Academic advising
- Personality testing
- Personal counseling
- Service opportunities
- Private study room and group space
- Access to Computer Lab with printing
- Out of state tuition waiver (if available)
- On campus housing (sobriety requirement to be determined)
- Professional Development
- Activities and Retreats
- Student Leadership Opportunities
RECOVERY HOUSING FOR COLLEGIATE RECOVERY PROGRAM MEMBERS
The Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery has established The Outfit for students who are in recovery from substance use disorders and are members of the Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP). To be considered for housing in The Outfit, students must apply, interview and be accepted to the program, have been in recovery from substance use disorder for at least six months and sign the Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) housing commitment contract. Students applying to be a part of The Outfit should be committed to the principles of recovery, possess strong ethical responsibility and be dedicated to growing in their recovery and academics.
Each student resident of the Outfit is expected to sign a commitment contract and is responsible for their own recovery, well-being and growth as well as any behavior which may negatively affect the recovery, well-being and growth of another resident of the Outfit.
If you have questions about the application process, please contact:
Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery
Jessica Medovich, Collegiate Recovery Program Coordinator
1085 Canton Place NW, MD 6002
University Village, 6000 Building, UV6134
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Phone: (470) 578-2418
Fax: (470) 578-9203
Or you may contact the Center at (470) 578-2538
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR COLLEGIATE RECOVERY PROGRAM MEMBERS
Allen Family Scholarship in Memory of Laura Bradfield
The purpose of the Allen Family Scholarship in Memory of Laura Bradfield is to provide financial support to students participating in the Collegiate Recovery Program at Kennesaw State University Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery.
Baldwin-Paulson Collegiate Recovery Community Scholarship
The Baldwins established this scholarship to help sustain the work of the Collegiate Recovery Program. "We want to support and acknowledge students who do the hard work of recovering from addiction and express our gratitude for the support shown to our family and our daughter by the staff and peer community while our daughter attended the University".
Christopher J. Simcoe Memorial Scholarship
“It Is with deep gratitude we embrace the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery and the support it provides those, like Christopher, who have a great desire and longing to be well; who never give up the goal. Our hope is that this scholarship, in memory of Christopher, will provide students in recovery with financial assistance toward their college degree, but even more so, be a reminder that they are not alone, recognizing their dally victory In the face of life's challenges.”
Scott E. Duffey Scholarship
William and Betsy Duffey established this endowed scholarship at Kennesaw State University in support of the Collegiate Recovery Program and in honor of their son’s graduation from Kennesaw State University.
William and Betsy Duffey Scholarship
The William S. and Betsy B. Duffey Collegiate Recovery Endowed Scholarship was established by The Honorable William S. Duffey, Jr. and his wife Betsy B. Duffey to provide scholarships to students who are accepted into the Kennesaw State University Collegiate Recovery Program.
Mandy Krasner Memorial Scholarship
The purpose of the Mandy Krasner Memorial Scholarship is to provide financial support to students participating in the Collegiate Recovery Community at the KSU Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery. “Our daughter, Mandy Beth Krasner, was a beautiful, warm, caring, artistic, and energetic young lady. At the age of twelve, we learned of her battle with an eating disorder. At twenty-six years old, this terrible disease ended her life due to an accidental death. This is our way of forever honoring Mandy and remembering Mandy's life.”
Jeremy Leo Letalien Scholarship
Paul and Cathy Letalien established the Jeremy Leo Letalien scholarship to honor the memory of their son, who earned a Bachelor’s Degree of Business Administration in Finance from the Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State. Jeremy graduated with high honors as a member of the Class of 2011. Jeremy passed away January 22, 2013; he was 25 years old.
Lucas Family Scholarship
The Lucas family elected to establish this scholarship in order to help sustain and continue the work of the Center and to support those students who attend Kennesaw State University and do the hard work of recovering from addiction one day at a time. “We are grateful for the support shown to our family during the years our son attended Kennesaw State University.”
The Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery Board Scholarship
The Advisory Board of the Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery established a scholarship to support and make a direct impact on the students who participate in the Collegiate Recovery Program.
Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery Annual General Scholarship
Established by private donors, these scholarships are awarded each year to students with excellent academic achievement and/or those students with financial need. General scholarships are financial awards given to students who represent the high standards of Kennesaw State University and the Collegiate Recovery Program.