During the first two years at SSU, most students take lower-division major requirements and lower-division GE courses. Faculty advisors can answer questions about the major, provide information about specific courses, and provide information about graduate study in psychology. Students are encouraged to come in for advising before they register for classes, but should note that the two weeks leading up to registration tend to be very busy during office hours. It is better to plan farther in advance. Students should meet with an advisor no later than the second semester of their sophomore year, or if a transfer student, during their first semester at SSU. Students are alphabetically assigned to an advisor.
What are the Psychology Major Requirements?
Please view this video on understand the major requirements.
Preparing for Major Advising
Please view this video on preparing to meet with a Psychology Advisor. While there is more detail in the video that you should know in advance of your meeting, the key ideas are that you will want to be prepared by:
- having looked over your ARR
- noting any specific questions.
You can also visit the School of Social Sciences Advising Resources page for additional advising videos.
Group advising sessions are typically offered in advance of registration and graduation application deadlines. These sessions are effective for both general information and specific questions. All students are encouraged to attend at least one group advising session.
Students can also meet with the GE Advisor assigned to the School of Social Sciences for:
- GE advising
- Review of the ARR (Academic Requirements Report)
- Quick advising questions and referrals
See the Advising Center website for hours and information.
Advisor Office Hours
Tue - Wed:
2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Email for appointment
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. email or zoom
|Matthew Paolucci Callahanemail@example.com|
|Elisa Velasquez-Andradefirstname.lastname@example.org||Available By Appointment Only|