Graduate admission is a collaborative effort among the Office of Academic Assistance and the schools. The Office Academic Assistance oversees the application process, assigning an academic adviser by program of interest. Each school has a graduate director who can provide information about degree requirements, resources and assistantship/fellowship opportunities. Learn more about how to apply.
Students interested in an undergraduate program must first apply and be accepted to Georgia State University through the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
Undergraduate students in the College of the Arts are assigned advisers in coordination with the University Advisement Center. This nationally acclaimed center uses advanced technology and professional advisers to keep undergraduates on track toward their goals. Sophomore/Junior-level students may meet with their assigned adviser in the University Advisement Center, while Senior-level students will meet with their assigned adviser in the Office of Academic Assistance.