The Office of Academic Assistance (OAA) advises undergraduate seniors in the Robinson College of Business with 90 or more credit hours.
OAA advisors assist students with:
- Building an academic plan for graduation
- Reviewing completed undergraduate transfer credit
- Choosing tracks and electives related to their major
- Understanding college and university policies
- Planning for careers as well as graduate school
- Finding other campus resources when needed
- Meeting degree requirements and audits for graduation clearance
Advisors are available via phone as well as virtually for scheduled and drop-in appointments.
Freshmen – Students who have completed less than 29 hours of coursework seek advisement in the University Advisement Center (UAC).
Sophomores – Students who have completed 30-59 hours of coursework seek advisement in the University Advisement Center (UAC).
Juniors – Students who have completed 60-89 hours of coursework seek advisement in the University Advisement Center (UAC).
Please visit registrar.gsu.edu.
Declaring a Major
If you already attend Georgia State as an undecided major or have less than 42 credit hours, and wish to either declare or change your major to a Robinson major, please meet with your advisor in the University Advisement Center.
Changing from a Non-Business Major
If you already attend a different college within Georgia State but want to change to a business major, visit the Office of Academic Assistance in your college. You will fill out a Change of Major/College form, which will be sent to Robinson's Office of Academic Assistance along with your file.
Changing Your Major within the Robinson College of Business
If you are already a Robinson student but want to change to a different business major, please fill out a Change of Major form.
If you have questions about any of these change of major processes, contact us at either 404-413-7115 or [email protected].
We highly encourage all students to use Georgia State’s GPA calculator.
The university’s Grade Appeal Policy requires students to first contact the instructor to informally address the concern. Once you have discussed the grade with your instructor, and if you remain dissatisfied, contact your academic department chair to inquire about submitting a formal appeal. A student’s appeal will be granted only if the student can prove by preponderance of evidence that a decision was arbitrary, discriminatory, or inequitable.
The appeal must be submitted within 10 business days of the beginning of the academic term (fall, spring, or the 7-week summer term) that follows the term in which the final grade was submitted by the instructor.
Refer to Section 1050.80 of the University Catalog, Student Complaints, Petitions for Policy Waivers and Variances, and Appeals.
Please visit the Registrar's site.
Please visit registrar.gsu.edu/graduation.
senior director, academic assistance and student services