Welcome to the RCHSS Undergraduate Advising Center!

For inquiries regarding block scheduling please call 470-578-7974 or email askadvising@kennesaw.edu.
If you are not a student in Radow College, you can find the contact information for the advising center in your college at https://advising.kennesaw.edu/aboutus/contact_us.php

Advising Appointments

Meet With An Advisor

Schedule a 30-minute appointment to meet with your Academic Advisor. This option is best for discussing your plan for future semesters, review your graduation progress, or address advising-related holds.

*Students later than 10 minutes to their appiontment may be considered a no-show and will need to reschedule their appointment.

Note: Our office will be closed  on the following KSU holidays:

  • May 27
  • June 19
  • July 4

Drop-In Advising for Summer

Our Summer Drop-in schedule is effective May 28 through July 25.

Students can drop-in (virtually or in-person) to meet with an Academic Advisor that is on duty to ask quick questions. These meetings are usually no more than 15 minutes long and can be subject to a wait time. Please note the updated days and times.

Drop-In Advising Only

  • Monday, 9-11:30 AM
  • Wednesday, 1-4:00 PM
  • Thursday, 1:30-4:00 PM

Drop-in Instructions: Drop-in advising is first come, first served (virtually or in-person) and cannot be scheduled. 

  • Virtual Drop-ins:
    • Call (470) 578-7728 to request to meet with a drop-in advisor and provide your KSU ID#.
    • When the advisor is ready, they will email you a Microsoft Teams link to join.
    • Have your KSU email open! 
    • Once your email notification is sent, it's important to log in ASAP.
  • Face-to-Face Drop-ins:
    • Come to 202 Willingham Hall
    • Sign-up for advising at the front desk.  
    • Relax in our waiting area for the first available advisor to call you back.

In order for us to best assist you please be here no later than 15 minutes before the listed advising end time. Please have your student ID# ready so we can correctly check you in.


You can find registration information through the Office of the Registrar.

To stay up to date with deadlines, please refer to the Academic Calendar on the Registrar's website. Individual time tickets are assigned to each student and can be viewed in Owl Express. 

Academic Advising Information

RCHSS advisors are excited to work with you and help you prepare for your time at KSU! The Undergraduate Advising Center (UAC) offers both face-to-face and virtual, 30-minute, advising appointments Monday-Friday. 

In order for us to best assist you, please be here no later than 15 minutes before the listed advising end time if you would like to do a drop in. You can call 470-578-7728 for a virtual drop in or come to our office in Willingham Hall, suite 202, for an in person drop in.  Please have your student ID# ready so we can correctly check you in.

Newly Accepted Freshman and Transfer Students:

We're so excited to welcome you to our campus community! It's vital that you meet with your major advisor prior to orientation. Schedule your appointment, using the link above, as soon as you are accepted to KSU. The day of your appointment, please be sure to bring a copy of all unofficial documents showing any transfer credits so we may better advise you. We don't know about your transfer credit unless you tell us! If you need assistance scheduling an appointment, please call our office at 470-578-7728. 

Prior to your appointment, please visit the websites below for important next steps.

Next Steps for Accepted Freshman Students

Next Steps for Accepted Transfer Students

About Us

The Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences (RCHSS) Undergraduate Advising Center serves students who have declared a major, minor, an interest, or are considering a major, in the College. We assist students with appropriate course selection, fulfilling general education requirements, understanding pre-requisite requirements for their major, creating academic plans, and finding and referring students to other campus resources for their academic success.

Advising is an integral approach in a student’s progression toward graduation. An advisor typically assists with the following:

  • Removing holds
  • Future course planning 
  • Review of program requirements
  • Strategies for student success
  • Readmitting from academic dismissal
  • Dropping or withdrawing from courses
  • Internship information for your major
  • Referrals to campus services and offices
  • Navigating curriculum and university policies
  • Course Program of Study
  • Double Owl Pathways
  • Review of transfer credits
  • Academic standing and academic standing appeals
  • SAP Appeals
  • Staying on track for graduation 

Best plan of action: prepare, plan, produce. It's always best to schedule your appointments well in advance of the opening of registration. In the Fall, plan to meet with your advisor between September 10 and October 10. In the Spring, plan to schedule between February 1 and March 1. Advisors are typically booked well in advance of registration, so it's best to be proactive.