About Us

Discover new ways of thinking through events, exhibitions, and programs at the Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books (MARB). From a 4000-year old cuneiform tablet to visiting Georgia’s newest art museum, we invite you to explore the cultural opportunities at Kennesaw State University.

The Kennesaw State University Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books houses the Museum of History and Holocaust Education, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Bentley Rare Book Museum, Archives, and Records Management. Established in 2010, the department presents public programs, exhibitions, and educational services to KSU and local communities in an effort to promote preservation of primary sources and media and to encourage dialogue about the past and its significance today.

Museum of History and Holocaust Education

Explore the history of World War II and the Holocaust through compelling exhibitions, personal stories, and film. The Museum is dedicated to education and contemporary dialogue about the past and its significance today. Learn more about our programs at our website historymuseum.kennesaw.edu.

Museum of History and Holocaust Education
KSU Center, 3333 Busbee Drive
Kennesaw GA 30144
historymuseum.kennesaw.edu | 470-578-2083

Zuckerman Museum of Art

Exchange ideas and artful thinking at the Zuckerman Museum of Art. The ZMA regularly presents contemporary work created by local and nationally-recognized artists along with significant pieces from Kennesaw State University’s permanent collection. Our dynamic exhibitions and diverse programming will challenge and inspire you. Come to the ZMA and engage with the vibrant arts community of our region.

Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art
492 Prillaman Way
Kennesaw, GA 30144
zuckerman.kennesaw.edu | 470-578-3223

Bentley Rare Book Museum

Experience the evolution of the written and printed word over 4,000 years. The Bentley Rare Book Museum preserves and makes available a diverse collection of manuscripts, rare books, and fine press materials that enrich our understanding of how society has communicated and transmitted knowledge over generations. Through the development of exhibitions, workshops, lectures, and community outreach, the Bentley Rare Book Museum engages diverse audiences and provides educational opportunities.

Bentley Rare Book Museum
KSU Sturgis Library, 385 Cobb Avenue
Kennesaw, GA 30144
rarebooks.kennesaw.edu | 470-578-6289

KSU Archives

Engage with the building blocks of history at the Kennesaw State University Archives. The Archives identifies, collects, and make accessible records that document the people and organizations of northwest Georgia, as well as the University. Scholars, students, and members of the community can utilize these diverse materials through research at the Archives, exploration of our digital collections, exhibitions, and programming.

Kennesaw State Archives
KSU Sturgis Library, 385 Cobb Avenue
Kennesaw, GA 30144
archives.kennesaw.edu | 470-578-2682

Records Management

The Records Management Division is responsible for establishing a records management system that consistently and effectively addresses the maintenance and recordkeeping activities for required records. Through the implementation of policy, procedures and best practices, the Records Management Division offers quality services to our clients. We are committed to meeting the legal, fiscal and administrative needs of the University.

KSU Sturgis Library
385 Cobb Avenue
Kennesaw, GA 30144
recordsmanagement.kennesaw.edu | 470-578-2682

Butterfly Project

The Butterfly Project, 2014.
Museum of History and Holocaust Education.

Kennesaw State University, 3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw GA 30144
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Phone: 470-578-2083
Email: mhhe@kennesaw.edu
Office Hours: Monday - Friday; 10:00am - 5:00pm