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Students are required to complete the core curriculum in order to meet the requirements for graduation.
Major Maps provide a recommended plan of course scheduling to graduate in two (associate) or four (bachelor's) years.
The Honors College academic advising team assists Honors College students with general and honors questions.
The Student Success Collaborative links administrators, advisors, deans, faculty, other staff and students in a coordinated care network.
Find answers to common questions in our knowledge base of frequently asked questions.
At the Atlanta Campus:
If you are a freshmen, sophomore and junior bachelor’s degree seeking student (0-89 earned hours), contact the University Advisement Center.
- STEM, Humanities, Social Science, University Exploratory and Undeclared: 404-413-2300
- Business, Health Sciences, Education, Fine Arts, Policy Studies, and Public Health: 404-413-2630
If you are a senior bachelor’s degree seeking student (90+ earned hours), contact your College Office of Academic of Assistance.
- College of Arts & Sciences: 404-413-5000
- College of the Arts: 404-413-5855
- Andrew Young School of Policy Studies: 404-413-0021
- College of Education and Human Development: 404-413-8000
- Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions: 404-413-1000
- Robinson College of Business: 404-413-7115
- School of Public Health: 404-413-1452
At Perimeter College:
If you are a Perimeter College associate’s degree seeking student, you can contact any of the Perimeter University Advising Center locations.
- Alpharetta: 404-413-2200
- Clarkston: 678-891-3307
- Decatur: 678-891-2354
- Dunwoody: 770-274-5112
- Newton: 770-278-1228
- Online: 678-891-2823
Additional advising information can be found on the Find My Advisor page.
If you are a new student beginning classes in an upcoming semester and wish to change your major, you must wait until after the first week of classes to make the change with your Advisement Office. If you have extenuating circumstances and need to make a change immediately, contact the Office of Admissions in Sparks Hall, Rm. 200 or call 404-413-2500 for assistance.
Only your Georgia State grades are used to determine academic standing. You must earn a 2.0 Georgia State GPA each semester to remain in good standing and a cumulative 2.0 GPA to graduate. Some programs have GPA entrance requirements or GPA minimums to qualify to take specific courses. You can view your GPA in PAWS.
Check out our GPA Calculator.
New students admitted for fall and spring semesters should attend New Student Orientation. Register here. New transfer students must complete an online pre-orientation that can be accessed from the Transfer Advisement page in addition to registering for New Student Orientation. During orientation, students meet with academic advisors to plan their schedules and register for classes, socialize with current and new students and learn their way around campus. Orientation for international students is provided by International Student and Scholar Services.
Log on to your PAWS account to view your transfer credits. Look under the “Student Records” menu and select “View Transfer Credit.” You will see what transfer credit has been reviewed and articulated to Georgia State credit. If you have questions about your transfer credit, consult with your appropriate Academic Advisement office. AP and/or IB credit should also show up in this section. You may want to take a look at the transfer equivalency charts for your school.
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