Academics and Support

Important Note: The Department of Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office continues to follow the reopening guidance of the University ( and will update this status as guidance is released. Beginning Monday, September 13, 2021 the Advising Office will be available in the office Monday – Friday from 10:00am – 1:00pm for drop-in only. You may also make use of virtual drop-in advising during these hours at You may schedule an appointment with your specific psychology advisor via Pathways or you may email for general questions. 


One of the most important aspects of getting a college education is asking questions.  The information on this page provides answers to some of the questions you may have.  Just know that there are always many resources to help answer your questions.  If you don’t find it on the website, stop by the office in Sennott Square or email us. 

New Majors

It’s a great feeling when you’ve finally chosen the field that energizes and engages you. As a new major with us, we look forward to working with you.

Degree Requirements

Learn more about our general education and psychology degree requirements.


You’ve made an important commitment to your professional life.  Fortunately, our team works with you every step of the way toward being work or gradaute school ready upon graduation.

Tutoring and Academic Coaching

Study Lab provides tools and resources for you to discover the most efficient and effective ways for you to study. It is home to a large staff of experienced students, who serve as guides and mentors and who understand your challenges, as well as your goals.

Student Resources

There are many resources within the Department of Psychology and throughout the university community to help you plan for your career, explore graduate school, join an organization, or conduct research. We hope you’ll explore the options that may be right for you.