TSU Advisement Center

Assisting Students to Meet Their Educational Goals

Advisement Center LogoThe TSU Advisement Center is located in the Student Success Center (formerly LRC),
on the 2nd floor. The Advisement Center Staff is dedicated to assisting students define and attain their educational goals through academic advisement, encouragement, and referral to needed campus resources. We are available to serve you through scheduled and walk-in appointments 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  You can reach us at 615-963-5531 or advisement@tnstate.edu


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  • On-Site Kiosk


The TSU Advisement Center serves all students under 30 earned credit hours with a focus on the following groups of students:

  • Students who have  not yet chosen a major
  • Students who are on academic probation
  • Students who are returning from academic suspension
  • Students who transfer from other institutions


Wondering if your courses will transfer to TSU?  You can access our Transfer Evaluation System to determine if courses will be equated to a course at TSU.

Have you already been admitted as a transfer student to TSU?  Please plan to attend one of our transfer orientation sessions.  Please direct any questions about orientation to the Office of First-Year Students.


Have you attended a Destination TSU Summer Orientation session? Did you recieve a schedule that needs an adjustment? 
If so, please fill out the Block Schedule Change Form here. 

Reasons for submitting a schedule change form include conflicts with:

• TSU Athletic practice
• TSU Marching Band practice
• Employment schedule
• If you have earned AP or Dual Credit for a course that is on your schedule

Your request will be reviewed by an academic advisor to determine if the change will be approved. You will be notified via the email address provided of whether or not your change request has been approved.


The advisors are available to meet with students on a walk-in basis and through scheduled appointments during each semester.  During peak registration/advisement periods, students are seen on an appointment basis.  Come in and allow us to assist you in meeting your educational goals.






Works with majors in the:

College of Engineering
           * Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
           * Architectural Engineering
           * Civil Engineering
           * Electrical Engineering
           * Mechanical Engineering
           * Computer Science

College of Public Service and Urban Affairs
           * Social Work 
           * Sociology 
           * Urban Studies

College of Liberal Arts
           * History 
           * English
           * Political Science
           * Communication


Terrance Eubanks

Terrance Eubanks




Works with majors in the:

College of Health Sciences (except Nursing)
            * Health Care Administration and Planning
           * Health Information Management
           * Health Sciences
           * Dental Hygiene
           * Cardiorespiratory Care Science
           * Health Sciences
           * HPSS

College of Business
           * Accounting
           * Business Administration
           * Business Information Systems
           * Economics and Finance

College of Liberal Arts
           * Criminal Justice

  Denese Hulbert

Denese Hulbert





Works with majors in the:

College of Education
        * Psychology
        * Elementary Education
        * Early Childhood Education

College of Agricultural Sciences
        * Family and Consumer Sciences
        * Agricultural Sciences

College of Life and Physical Sciences
         * Biology
         * Chemistry
         * Mathematical Sciences

College of Liberal Arts
           * Art
           * Arts and Sciences
           * Music


Barbara Kannard


Barbara Kannard




Works with:

Academic Foci





The Advisement Center Staff believe that in order to have a positive impact on students in the program, we must be student centered. To accomplish this, services provided to students must be holistic in nature and individually applied. When we understand that each person is different culturally, emotionally, morally, and economically, we understand that counseling approaches must vary depending on the individual. We also understand that counseling delivery methods include individual, small and large group sessions, and computer-assisted programs. The highest level of ethical standards, confidentiality and moral integrity should always be practiced. Furthermore, we must recognize that in order to meet the total needs of a student, it is necessary to also seek assistance from resources outside the  STARS program.

Professional Advisor/Faculty/Staff Resources: Advisement Center Logo
Professional Advisor/Faculty/Staff Advisement Manual
Testing Requirements in a Nutshell
Advisement Center Advising Worksheet
AdvisorTrac Login
AdvisorTrac Training Document
Tennessee Transfer Pathways
TSU Transfer Equivalency System
A-100 Guidelines
Tennessee State University General Education Courses

Tennessee Board of Regents Approved General Education Courses:
Tennessee Board of Regents Community Colleges
Tennessee Board of Regents Universities
TBR Policies: General Education and Degree Requirements

Advising Articles
Resources for Advising Transfer Students
The Sequential Advising Model for Group Advising: Modifying Delivery Venues for Freshmen and Transfers
Advising Transfer Students
Applying Theory to Advising Practice