Students who Parent

6-Session Parenting Support Program: 
Free for Current KSU Students

Students who parent

What is the Parenting Support Program?

This program is designed to build a support network for students who are parenting while attending Kennesaw State University. The Clinical Director of Children & Family programs shares parenting techniques and skills to help student parents manage the responsibilities of home and school. Participants will become part of a network specially designed to support and enhance their experience as students who parent that will ensure the achievement of their academic goals.

What does the Parenting Support Program consist of?

Each 60-minute session will focus on different relevant topics for positive parenting, such as how to promote positive peer relationships, manage negative behaviors, and how to support their virtual learning during this time of COVID-19. Each participant will receive a Student-Parent Toolkit which contains resources available at KSU and in the community to support parents who attend college.

When is the Parenting Support Program?

It will meet ONLINE through D2L (via Collaborate Ultra) on Tuesdays at 9:00 AM beginning February 2, 2021.

Sessions will be recorded and available asynchronistically through D2L for students unable to attend the live sessions.

How do I register?

Space is limited so please register for this program by emailing with the
SUBJECT LINE: Parent Support Program Registration.

Register via Email

For Questions, Contact:

Dr. Allison Garefino,, 470-578-2233