Undergraduate 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 Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences (RCHSS) are advised in the (RCHSS) Undergraduate Advising Center.  It is recommended students meet with their advisor at least once a semester, from freshman to senior year.  To schedule an Academic Advising appointment with our advisor, Christine Jacobs, please follow these steps and log in with your NetId and password.

Anthropology: click here

Geography: click here

Geospatial Sciences: click here

 If you are an online learner and would like a virtual appointment, please include "virtual advising" in the comments box. To contact the RCHSS Undergraduate Advising Center, email rchssadvising@kennesaw.edu, call 470-578-7728, or visit Willingham Hall suite 202.