Once accepted, you’ll be able to meet with an advisor prior to Orientation. You can use that time to work with your advisor to research possible majors and programs. Our advising teams make sure deciding on the right major for you is a process that uses your interests, strengths, and goals. You’ll register for classes at Orientation, and if you come to an earlier session, you’ll have a wider potential choice of class offerings, dates, and times.
Step 1 - Activate your NetID and set up student email
Step 2 - Orientation
After you set up your email, sign up for Orientation
Steph 3 - Who is my transfer specialist?
Coles College of Business
College of Architecture & Construction Management
College of Humanities & Social Science
College of Science and Mathematics
Southern Poly College of Engineering & Engineering Technology
WellStar College of Health and Human Services
Step 4 - Who is my advisor?
Step 5 - How to make an appointment with an advisor
Be sure to use Net Id (do not include @students.kennesaw.edu) and password
For issues logging in, contact UITS at email@example.com
Step 6 - T-credit evaulation
Does a course in DegreeWorks read as 1T00, 2T00, 3T00 or 4T00? This means that we need to further evaluate the course to see if it is equivalent to a course here at KSU.
Students with international coursework should obtain a course description and submit them for evaluation. Please note that translations may be needed. For translation services please visit: https://www.naces.org/members
Step 1Step 2Step 3
Obtain a course syllabus or a course description from your previous institution*Meet with an academic advisor in your department or submit form if applicable (see below)The course will be evaluated by the department, if applicable, the credit will reflect on DegreeWorks
College of Computing and Software Engineering (CCSE):
College of Science and Mathematics (CSM): https://csm.kennesaw.edu/advising/course-info/coursesubstitutions.php
*Institutions normally keep copies of syllabi, contact the department where the course was taught.
Step 7 - What transfers?
Find out how your classes will transfer to KSU
Step 8 - Advising hold
To help ensure you are on track with requirements and are choosing the best courses to meet your goals, you will be required to meet with your advisor prior to registering for classes.
- All students who have been dismissed and are readmitted for a future term
- All students on academic probation
- All students in their first semester at KSU
How to remove the Advising Hold:
When you meet with your academic advisor, your hold will be removed. You are encouraged to meet with your advisor early to ensure you can register as soon as your time ticket opens! You can find out who your advisor is here, or click here to schedule an appointment.
FACULTY/STAFF ADVISORS: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to have the advising hold removed from a student you advised. Please include the student's name and KSU#. We will email you when the hold has been removed.
Step 9 - Additional resources