Museums, Archives, and Rare Books

The Kennesaw State University Department of Museums, Archives, and Rare Books (MARB) presents exhibitions, public programs, collections, and educational services supporting KSU’s mission and encouraging dialogue about the past and its significance today.

The Department’s five units, Special Projects, the Bentley Rare Book Museum (BRBM), the KSU Archives, Records and Information Management (RIM), and the Museum of History and Holocaust Education (MHHE), are essential to the KSU student experience and function as a “welcome mat” to the university. MARB also serves as a bridge between KSU and local, regional, and international communities.

MARB reports to the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, a reflection of its broad scope and services to KSU and the community.


 
Visit the Museum of History and Holocaust Education's website to access lesson modules that support students, faculty, and staff at Kennesaw State University and other universities impacted by the public health emergency related to coronavirus (COVID-19) and the temporary transition to remote instruction and learning.

 

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