How to Visit

When visiting the center as an appointment or walk-in, students can select from three modalities:

1. Face-to-Face
2. Virtual via Microsoft Teams
3. Phone

Face-to-Face:

Students are able to meet with advisors in person during operating hours. Please schedule an appointment by clicking the link below or visit us during our walk-in hours.

Virtual via Microsoft Teams

Students are able to meet with advisors through Microsoft Teams as a virtual meeting during operating hours. Please schedule an appointment by clicking the link below or visit us during our walk-in hours.

Phone:

When scheduling an appointment by phone, please make sure to include the best number to contact you. An Advisor will contact you at the start of your appointment via the number you included in the notes when making this type of appointment.

If you are a walk-in, please call us during walk-in hours to be placed on our queue. Once in the queue, an advisor will reach out to you soon after.

Walk-in Hours:

If you are unable to find an available appointment, visit or contact our office during walk-in times Mon/Tues: 9-11:30 AM and Wed/Thurs: 1-4 PM

You can call 470.578.3211 and ask to speak with the next available advisor or visit our office in Prillaman Hall, suite 1003.

During walk-ins, you may speak with an advisor either in-person, by phone, or virtually through Microsoft Teams as well. 

 

Schedule an appointment

The Wellstar College Advising Center serves Kennesaw State University undergraduate students who are pursuing or considering a major or minor in the Wellstar College. 

The Center is dedicated to helping Wellstar College students develop and succeed academically. We are committed to creating a positive environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect, and diversity is recognized and valued. 

Need help logging into your EAB/Navigate account to schedule an appointment?

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • The Wellstar College Advising Center only serves current KSU students 
  • Academic Advising is a student-centered, collaborative process with the purpose of helping students process and achieve their academic goals. 

  • Wellstar College students now have assigned advisors who all have knowledge about the various Wellstar College programs. To find out who your advisor is log in to Owl Express by clicking here and view your Degree Works (under the registration tab).

  • Although advising is not compulsory after the first year, we strongly encourage you to see an advisor. We can provide information you may not be able to garner on your own, saving you time and frustration.
    • Fulfilling general education requirements
    • Reviewing degree requirements
    • Creating academic plans
    • Readmission to major
    • Connecting with campus resources
    • Determining alternate academic options
    • Review your Degree Works page in Owl Express to get familiar with your program requirements
    • Write questions in advance and bring them with you
    • Bring something to take notes
    • Show up early or on time
  • Walk-in advising is a 10-minute advising session on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Services available during walk-in advising: questions or information on the current or upcoming semester, questions on prerequisite courses, and providing students with resources for growth and autonomy in the registration process. 

    Services NOT available during walk-in advising: long-term planning, schedule building, academic success planning, Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), and major exploration appointments.

  • A gated major means that your declared major may require either a minimum GPA requirement, completed prerequisite courses, or both to be eligible for admission into the program. 5 of the 6 of our Wellstar majors are gated (All except for Integrated Health Science). Be sure to meet with an advisor every semester to determine what program requirements you must meet if your major is gated, what courses you should complete each semester, and ensure you remain on track for graduation. 

  • Some majors require either a minimum GPA requirement, completed prerequisite courses, or both to be eligible for admission into the program. Some also require that students complete an application. Once a student meets the program admission requirements and is accepted into the program, they will drop the “interest” label.

 

 

 

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