Senior Advisement (90+ Credit Hours)
Walk-ins and Appointments
- Monday – Thursday: 9:30-11:00 & 2:30-4:00
- Friday: 9:30-11:00
( May not meet with assigned advisor)
- To schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor, please call our offices at 404-413-5000
- Location: 25 Park Place, Suite 300
- Phone: 404-413-5000
- Fax: 404-413-5008
- Email: [email protected]
- Mailing Address:
A&S Office of Academic Assistance
P.O. Box 4100
Atlanta, GA 30302-4100
Senior ChecklistYou can apply for graduation via your PAWS account: Instructions for applying
You will receive your official graduation audit via your GSU e-mail account. Please review your audit, and see your academic advisor if you have any questions.
Make an appointment with your academic advisor by calling 404-413-5000.
Not sure of who your assigned advisor is? Click here
Visit Career Services for available internships.
Be sure that you have your internship approved through your academic department/faculty advisor to receive course credit.
Also, be sure you've registered for the correct internship course once your internship has been approved.
Meeting with Career Services is a good start for preparing for after college. They can help you with your resume, give you interview feedback, and even help connect you with potential employers.
If you're planning on pursuing a graduate or professional school degree after you receive your bachelor's, be sure to research what programs you're interested in as well as what the entrance requirements are. The Career Services Center provides assistance for GSU students planning to further their education.
Office of Academic Assistance
The Office of Academic Assistance (OAA) advises undergraduates in the College of Arts and Sciences with 90 or more credits. Students may visit 25 Park Place (Suite 300) for brief walk-in consultations or schedule an appointment in person or over the phone. We do not schedule walk-in or same-day appointments.
OAA advisors assist students with:
- Selecting courses and planning schedules
- Identifying tutorial programs and academic resources
- Evaluating degree requirements and time frame for graduation
- Understanding remaining requirements through graduation audits
- Interpreting university policies and regulations
Department undergraduate directors and coordinators are available to consult with students on recommended courses, tutorial programs, signature experiences (e.g., internships, research, study abroad), and careers. Students should visit the department early in their degree program.