In light of the university's response to COVID-19, advising appointments are being held remotely via Microsoft Teams. Visit KSU Advising to schedule an advising appointment.
For general questions or assistance with available advising services, please call the Undergraduate Office at 330-672-2872 Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phone Advising hours are scheduled from 1-3:45 p.m. Monday-Wednesday until May 26, Call 330-672-2872 to sign in and an advisor will call you back when you are next on the list. Phone advising hours are meant for questions that can be addressed in a 10-15 minute time frame (e.g. current term concerns or course recommendations for next term). For more time with an advisor, schedule a 30 minute appointment by clicking here.
Additional Dates for fall registration include:
- Thursday April 22 and Friday April 23
- Thursday April 29 and Friday April 30
- Thursday May 6 and Friday May 7
- Thursday May 13 and Friday May 14
If you need an override, please email email@example.com with the following information.
Your KSU ID number or KSU email address
Department and Course Number (e.g. MGMT 24163)
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The keys to a successful career in business are mentors and advisors. The College of Business Administration's team of advisors will do everything from helping you determine a major to directing you to College resources for employment and scholarship opportunities. You are required to meet with advisors once per semester.
Complete the Pre-Advising Packet each semester and bring it with you to every required advising appointment.
View Business University and Major Requirement Sheets. Use these sheets to keep track of your completed courses and to plan out which courses you plan to register for in future terms. Share your completed worksheet with your advisor to discuss during your advising appointment.
Visit the forms library to view Kent State University forms for:
- Graduate Assistantships
- Dissertation and Thesis
- Applications (Letter of Recommendation forms, Re-enrollment forms, etc.)
- Credit Transfer
- Degree Changes
International students have a special advisory staff located in the International Programs Office that recognizes the intricacy of getting a degree in another country. You’re required to meet with advisors once per semester. Additional meetings are recommended to keep your collegiate career on track.
International advising is located in 300E BSA. Senior walk-ins are held Wednesdays from 1 - 4 p.m.
Quick question advising is held Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. - noon.
Discover all that's happening at the College of Business Administration and view our upcoming events. Here you can learn about COBA events on and off campus, as well as other events associated with the college. You can also stay up-to-date by reading our college newsletter and by connecting with us on social media:
We are invested in educating the best and brightest.
Scholarships are available that will aid and fund you in furthering your education. Be sure to check the expansive list of scholarships offered.
We also offer several scholarships for incoming freshman.
COBA students are highly encouraged to take advantage of international learning experiences. You have the option to study globally in multiple programs.
Discover education abroad opportunities that will benefit you professionally, as well as personally.
To find out more about our education abroad opportunities, you can visit our International Programs Office (BSA 300E).
Want to meet with an international advisor to discuss your options?
Education abroad walk-ins are held at the following days and times:
- Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
- Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon
- Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Discover student organizations that make your résumé stand above the rest. Visit the Peer Involvement Advising Center to talk with an advisor about what groups will best bolster your résumé. Additionally, visit the COBA list of student organizations to find business-specific groups or view the Kent State University student organization list to see every on-campus student organization.
The College of Business Administration is the only college at Kent State University to have a satellite office of the university’s Career Services Center. Our internal Career Services Office is available for you to find out more information about job and internship opportunities, career management, résumé assistance and interviewing tips.
Mentors Aiding in Peer Success (MAPS) is a program that provides peer mentoring for students in the College of Business Administration. Mentors meet one on one with mentees to assist with the successful transition to college, academic challenges, opportunities on campus, and personal exploration.
All COBA students are required to own a laptop; these laptops must meet certain technology requirements.
The College of Business Administration TechHelp Service and Repair Center is our on-site technology service center, here to help all students, faculty and staff resolve issues with their personal computers and mobile devices.
- Monday through Thursday:
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday:
For general TechHelp Service and Repair Center information and questions call us at 330-672-TECH or visit our website.
The College of Business Administration has three computer labs for students looking to spend time on class projects and take online exams.
Before coming in to take an exam, be sure to review the rules and computer lab hours.
- Monday through Thursday:
8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Saturday & Sunday:
The College of Business Administration and Kent State University offer a multitude of tools and resources to help you academically succeed. To make your degree path easier, follow the resource links below.