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Psychology Undergraduate Advising
N108 Elliott Hall

General Office Hours
M-Th 8:00AM-4:30PM 
F 10:30AM-4:30PM

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Advising Staff
Mike Houlahan, Advising Coordinator
Kelley Redmond, Psychology Advisor
Fatima Garcia, Peer Advisor
Tessa Loeffler, Peer Advisor
Jordan Kassa, Student Office Assistant

We assist undergraduate students in self-understanding through support of their educational, career, and personal development. Please email with any questions or concerns. If you would like to meet with an advisor, please schedule an appointment:

Our Appointment Request form is temporarily down. To schedule an appointment to meet with a Psychology advisor, please email with the following information:
1. Name:
2. Email: 
3. Student ID number:
4. Degree (Psychology BA/BS/minor?):
5. Are you an Honors Student? (Yes/no): 
6. Appointment purpose (what are you looking to discuss with an advisor?): 
7. Availability: 
***Please list specific days and times you are available over the next two (2) weeks. The more blocks of times listed, the more quickly we are able to schedule you.​

Thank you!

Drop-in Academic Advising

Drop-in hours are great for addressing quick (5-10 minute) questions or concerns related to psychology, as well as minor declarations. 

Fall 2016 Drop-in Hours
Mondays, 1:30-4:00pm (Kelley)
Tuesdays, 2:15-3:15pm (Fatima)
Wednesdays, 12:30-3:00pm (Mike)
Thursdays, 10:00-11:00am (Tessa)






PsyCareer Drop-in Hours with Laura from Career Services will be held Mondays from 2:00-4:00pm, in conjunction with Kelley's drop-ins. 

*Be sure to check the Psych Scoop weekly for possible changes to drop-in hours. 

We can help you with:

  • Declaring a major or minor in psychology: Learn more about our undergraduate majors and minors and how to declare.
  • Course planning: Plan your psychology coursework, learn about options, review your progress, and make sure you are on track. Get transfer courses evaluated.
  • Making connections: Get tips for making connections with faculty and other professionals in the field. Learn about our psychology student organizations.
  • Learning engagement: Earn credit in a psychology research laboratory; gain hands-on experience through internships, paid work in the field, or community engagement; and earn credit toward your major while studying abroad.
  • Exploring your future: Explore career options, learn about graduate school, and discover careers available to people with undergraduate degrees in psychology.
  • Staying Informed: Stay in the loop about psychology events, scholarships and awards, career services, and campus resources through Psych Scoop.