Meet Your CACM Advising Team

If you're an undergraduate student in the College of Architecture and Construction Management, please use this guide below to find your advisor for your program. Our hardworking advisors provide useful insights to help develop tangible schedules, goals and diverse academic experiences!

academic advisors
  • Last name starts with:
    Your Advisor is:
  • A -E
    Jerry Boswell
  • F - L 
    Janice Malone
  • M - R
    Amy Martin
  • S - Z
    Sara Wilgus
  • Jerry BoswellAcademic Advisor Jerry Boswell received his bachelor's degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He also received his Masters of Education in School Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jerry has previously worked as a Child Protective Services Social Worker with Person County Department of Social Services, and as a High School Counselor with Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools in Winston-Salem, NC. He has developed a wealth of experience working in the human services field. Jerry specializes in building and sustaining relationships with diverse student populations. He values helping and empowering students to become the best versions of themselves.

  • Hilary CuevasHilary Cuevas, Director of Academic Advising for the College of Architecture and Construction Management, earned her Master of Education in Educational Leadership, Higher Education Administration degree from Valdosta State University and her bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations and Advertising from Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia.  Hilary became Director of Advising in November 2022 and first joined the team in January 2020 as a Senior Academic Advisor and Transfer Specialist, building on her previous eight years of education related experience.  Hilary also has experience as a Transfer Advocate Gateway Graduation Coach, an Admissions Coordinator, Manager of tutoring services, and as a Residence Life Coordinator.  Her background in higher education administration includes expertise in higher education policy development and her research interests include retention, students in transition, and public administration.

  • Janice MaloneAcademic Advisor Janice Malone received her Bachelor of Science degree in Integrative Studies from Kennesaw State University and earned a Master of Science degree in First Year Studies from KSU as well.  Janice has been in higher education for 16 years and is passionate about helping students visualize success educationally, personally, professionally.  Janice’s interests lie in life coaching, focusing on an individual’s personal growth and happiness.  She is skilled at providing structured questions to help organize an individual’s thoughts and has excellent critical thinking skills for helping people set tangible objectives.  Janice enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, taking nature walks, and meditation.

  • Amy MartinAcademic Advisor Amy Martin earned both her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and Master of Arts degree in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Ball State University, located in Muncie, Indiana. In addition to her previous teaching and advising experience, Amy has a background in admissions, disability services, and inclusive excellence. Amy is passionate about helping students be successful both in and outside the classroom and about teaching them how to be their own best advocate. In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her pets or reading a good book
  • sara wilgus

    Senior Academic Advisor and Transfer Specialist, Sara Wilgus earned her Associate of Applied Business from Owens Community College (Toledo, Ohio), Bachelor of Applied Science from University of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), and Master of Organizational Leadership from Lourdes University (Sylvania, Ohio) before relocating to Atlanta. She has been with KSU since 2015, most recently as an Academic Advisor with the KSU School of Art and Design and, previously, as a Graduation Coach with the KSU Transfer Advocate Gateway Program working exclusively with underrepresented and low-income students in transition. She brings experience in both higher education and mental health with research focusing on ethics and leadership at the undergraduate level and strategic planning and equity at the graduate level. Sara is on a mission to improve retention, intervention strategies, and student success. She loves bubble gum and fast cars!