Student Advisors and Support Staff

The Office of Student Services at Kent State University’s College of Nursing is here to assist you with all your needs as a student. We are located on the second floor of Henderson Hall, Room 216.

The list below features the advisors and staff in the Office of Student Services. Each nursing student is assigned an advisor upon admission.

You can locate your advisor’s name by logging into FlashLine, clicking on the Student Tools & Courses tab, and looking under the Academic Profile section.

If you are an ADN student, please contact your regional campus coordinator with advising questions.

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Undergraduate Advisors

Advisor

Email Address

Advises

Photo of Natalie KiriazisNatalie Kiriazis

nkiriazi@kent.edu

Pre-Nursing

Katie PetersonKatie Peterson

kacope@kent.edu

Pre-Nursing

Katie BowenKatie Bowen

kebaker@kent.edu

Nursing Sequence

Melissa FennMelissa Fenn

mfenn@kent.edu

Nursing Sequence

Photo of Rachel SchererRachel Scherer

rschere4@kent.edu

Accelerated Nursing Sequence

Andrew SnyderAndrew M. Snyder

asnyde20@kent.edu

RN-to-BSN

Graduate Advisor

Advisor

Email Address

Advises

Jay HaysJay Hays

jwhays@kent.edu

MSN, DNP, Ph.D.

Student Services Administrative and Support Staff

 

Email Address

Role

Curtis GoodCurtis Good
Assistant Dean of Operations and Student Services

cjgood@kent.edu

 

Ruth PittmanRuth Pittman
Administrative Secretary

rpittma1@kent.edu

CastleBranch, Clinical Compliance, General student service concerns in relation to admission, progression, and graduation for the BSN program.

Angela LangAngela Lang
Senior Secretary

agonzaga@kent.edu

General student services concerns in relation to admission and progression for the BSN program.

Terrie AdamsTerrie Adams
Special Assistant

tadams27@kent.edu

Student concerns in relation to MSN/Ph.D./DNP admission, progression, and graduation

Advisor Responsibilities

The College of Nursing’s academic advisors help guide students in the development of meaningful educational plans and appropriate academic choices that are compatible with their career and life goals.

As students work with advisors, they learn to communicate effectively, independently and collaboratively as they focus, gain clarity and develop realistic personal and professional goals.

Academic advisors provide information about current and changing curricular requirements as well as career opportunities and resources. They monitor each student’s progress in meeting program requirements and help students develop the ability to assess their own academic progress.

Nursing student advisors also provide many related services, including interpretation of policies and procedures, assistance in the registration process, assessment of transfer credit, support for students who are at risk, and refer students to campus resources that address academic or personal issues as needed.

Student Responsibilities

Students are responsible for understanding and following academic and program requirements and expectations as well as university policies, procedures and deadlines.

While advising is a shared responsibility between students and advisors, students should be proactive by contacting the appropriate advisor regularly, by being prepared for each advising session and by actively participating in the academic planning process.

Students are expected to follow through with the agreed upon academic plan and notify their advisor if changes or alterations occur. They should utilize the Graduation Planning System (GPS - for catalog years 2010 and beyond) or Kent Academic Progress System (KAPS - for catalog years prior to 2010) reports and program requirement sheets to monitor progress toward degree completion. GPS and KAPS reports can be accessed in FlashLine.