Welcome to Graduate Study in the College of Arts and Sciences
We are thrilled to have you join us! Each fall and spring semester, the Office of Graduate Services will host registration activities, including our Check-In events. Each fall, these activities will be paired with a day-long university orientation and college activities for all incoming graduate students.
This friendly service will introduce you to the online GSU student portal, PAWS. We will walk you through the process of:
- Activating your CampusID
- Setting up your student email
- Registering for classes
- Knowing your requirements for health insurance
- Understanding what tuition and fees you owe
- Addressing any registration restrictions
- Submitting immunization records
The Office of Graduate Services will host online information sessions for prospective students interested in learning more about our exciting programs within the College of Arts and Sciences. Advisors representing all departments will be at hand to answer your questions about the application process, admission requirements, the rigors of graduate school, living in Atlanta, and anything else!
Upcoming online information sessions via Slack.com (all times are Eastern Standard Time):
Tuesday, January 31, 12 pm – 2 pm
Monday, February 27, 1 pm – 3 pm
Friday, March 31, 2 pm – 4 pm
For international students ACCEPTED for Fall 2017 semester, we will host online sessions to provide assistance with enrollment tasks and practical information as you begin your relocation preparation. During these sessions, we will be joined by advisors from the International Student & Scholar’s Services Office to discuss:
· Why you should study at GSU;
· Pack your bags! How to prepare from your home country;
· Life at GSU and in Atlanta.
ACCEPTED International student sessions via Slack.com (all times are Eastern Standard Time):
Monday, June 26, 9 – 11 am
Friday, July 28, 9 – 11 am
Directions and parking for December registration events.
Newly Admitted Students
Newly admitted students with questions may either contact the New Student Advisor or the appropriate Graduate Director.
The New Student Advisor, Mariam Qureshi, is here to lend a helpful hand and see that your transition to graduate school runs smoothly.
The Graduate Director can provide information about degree requirements, course selection, and assistantship/fellowship opportunities.