Welcome to CCSE Advising

KSU's College of Computing and Software Engineering (CCSE) provides academic advising for prospective and current students in both undergraduate and graduate programs. View the options below to get started!

Spring 2024 Regular Drop-In advising Hours Kudos for CCSE Advising 


Scheduling an Appointment

Scheduling an advising appointment in the College of Computing and Software Engineering at KSU is a seamless process designed to support your course plan for your major. Our dedicated advisors are here to assist you in achieving your goals, whether it's course planning, degree progress or exploring academic and professional opportunities in your time at Kennesaw State. Find the advisor here at CCSE that can best assist you with your concerns by selecting your user group at KSU (graduate or undergraduate). Once you've identified your advisor, schedule your first appointment after being accepted at Kennesaw State.

To schedule an appointment, simply follow our user-friendly appointment booking system and take the first step toward academic success. For further assistance, we've provided a step-by-step process sheet below for how to use our booking service effectively.

We look forward to helping you navigate your educational path within the dynamic world of computing and software engineering!

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Speak With My Advisor

The CCSE Academic Advising Team is here to help current and prospective students of computer science, software engineering, information technology and computer game design & development. We are proud, dedicated and excited to serve and support the most important people on campus – students!

You can arrange to speak with a CCSE Academic Advisor by either scheduling an on-campus, phone or video appointment or visiting our office during walk-in hours without prior appointment. 

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Learn About Resources

KSU is a large institution with many resources, all aimed at providing the best college experience we can for our students.  And to get the most out of college you need to know what it offers – there is much more to college than classes.