Advising

Academic Advising involves engaging with a student to help the student process and achieve his/her goals. Advising sessions are a collaborative process to help students understand the curriculum as well as develop personal and educational goals. Academic Advising is not telling a student what to do, but talking about options that can help a student achieve his/her goals for success.

All students in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) are advised in the CHSS Undergraduate Advising Center.  To schedule an Academic Advising appointment with Christine Jacobs, please click here. Log in with your NetId and password and follow the steps. If you are an online learner and would like a virtual appointment, please include "virtual advising" in the comments box. To contact the CHSS Undergraduate Advising Center, email chssadvising@kennesaw.edu, call 470-578-7728, or visit Willingham Hall suite 223.

Find out information about academic advising for each of our degree programs by clicking on the particular program below. Before meeting with an advisor, you may also want to review some of the frequently asked questions (FAQs) about each of our degree programs. 

Additionally, if you would like to discuss your career plans, what courses would be best for applying to graduate school in a specific area, or the possibility of doing internships or research projects, contact the following faculty for help:

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