NACADA Center for Research
at Kansas State University

"Scholarly Inquiry in Academic Advising and Student Success"

The NACADA Center for Research at Kansas State University is the first global think tank dedicated to research in academic advising and student success and serves as a resource for advancing the scholarly practice and applied research related to academic advising.

  • We need your voice! A series of research studies are about to be launched related to a range of advising issues, including: transitions from COVID; evidence of advising interactions; and focused conversations related to financial matters and career decisions. Participation is always voluntary. Look for details in future official NACADA emails.

  • NACADA is proud to be tightly connected to the 3 graduate programs in academic advising at Kansas State University. Earn a Graduate Certificate or a Master's Degree fully online. And the Ph.D. in Leadership in Academic Advising program enrolls a new cohort every two years (even numbered years). For complete information about K-State's Graduate Programs go to https://coe.ksu.edu/academics/program-areas/academic-advising/

  • Announcing Cohort 3! Information sessions on the doctoral program in Leadership in Academic Advising will be held on:

Wednesday, June 7 at 10:00 am (Central Time) – Register here 

Tuesday, June 20 at 10:00 am (Central Time) – Register here

Thursday, July 6 at 1:00 pm (Central Time) – Register here 

Monday, July 24 at 8:00 pm (Central Time) – Register here 

These four identical sessions will be held via Zoom and will be recorded. Please register for one of the sessions that works for you. Applications for the program are now being accepted, with a due date of December 1, 2023. For more information on all our post-baccalaureate certificate and graduate programs in academic advising go to: https://coe.ksu.edu/academics/program-areas/academic-advising/