How do I contact the Undergraduate Advising Center? When are you open?
Where is your office located?
We are on the Kennesaw campus in Willingham Hall (building 420), Suite 223. Willingham Hall is located between the Social Sciences building, the English building, and the Library. It is a brick, two-story building located across from the Social Sciences' Starbucks concrete patio along a long, covered concrete column walkway.
For a campus map, please click here.
Our address is 420 Bartow Ave, Kennesaw, GA 30144. For directions and parking, please click here.
How do I make an advising appointment?
All of our advising appointments and made online through EAB.
- You can log in with your NetID and password and click on the blue "Get Advising" button.
- Please choose "Humanities & Social Sciences" as your advising center and then select your major or select probation/readmission advising.
- We only have one location. Please select your advisor and select a time that works for you.
Note: The summary page is not a confirmation of your appointment. Make sure you click the blue "Confirm Appointment" button to schedule your appointment.
For videochat appointments:
We offer videochat appointments only for online students or students that live over one hour from campus.
To schedule a videochat appointment, please follow the steps above to book an appointment. On the summary page in the "Comments" please write "videochat appointment."
On the day of your appointment, just call our office five minutes before the start so we can give you the link and ensure you're set up. We strongly recommend having earbuds or headphones to help with audio feedback. The videochat software is compatible on mobile and most major web browsers (not Internet Explorer).
For non-KSU students that do not have a KSU NetID and password login:
Please email your advisor directly to schedule an appointment time. If you are not sure who your advisor is, please visit our "Who's my advisor?" page. To find their contact information, please click the "Meet the Professional Team" page.
Can I stop by as a walk-in appointment?
Summer Walk-Ins: During summer we accept walk-ins on Wednesdays from 9:00am - 11:00am and 1:00pm - 4:00pm. The fall walk-in schedule will start on Friday, August 3, 2018.
Fall Walk-Ins: Walk-in times for freshmen students are Monday-Friday from 8:30am - 4:30pm. Walk-in times for sophomores, juniors, and seniors are Fridays from 9:00am - 12:00pm.
Please note that students who have been academically dismissed, or are re-admitting from academic dismissal, cannot be advised as a walk-in and should make an appointment online at kennesaw.campus.eab.com.
During the summer semester, we frequently close for orientation. For a list of our office closings, please see here.
Who is my advisor?
To find your advisor for a major in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, please visit this page: "Who's My Advisor?"
If you are pursuing a major outside of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (including a second major), you can find your advisor here: "Contact My Advisor"
If you are looking for advising for a minor, please view the Catalog here, click on your minor program, and an advisor should be listed at the top of the page.
If you can't find your advisor, please feel free to contact our office at 470-578-7728 or at email@example.com and we'd be happy to help.
What’s the difference between a professional advisor, a peer advisor, and a faculty advisor?Peer Advisors are current students, hired and trained to help students with academic advising needs. Peer advisors are current junior or senior students who are sitting where you are now, in the classroom working on their degree. They can give real life experience, peer-to-peer, as they are going through the same processes and dilemmas as the student. The peer advisor has first-hand knowledge in the here and now as a student
Professional advisors have more advising experience and can help with more intense student populations. The professional advisors have dedicated their lives and career to the profession of higher education and helping students succeed. Professional advisors are in the know with Kennesaw State’s rules, regulations, and policy to keep a student on track to graduation.
Faculty advisors are faculty who teach in the field and have an extensive background in the industry for which they are teaching. Faculty advisors will generally see juniors and seniors to develop an academic plan for upper division coursework. Faculty advisors enable a student to develop a professional portfolio and empower the student with career opportunities. Faculty advisors will help match the student’s personal goals with career aspirations and steps on making both a reality.
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