CoEP Student Advisement and Support Center
The College of Education and Psychology has an Advisement and Support Center to assist all psychology majors and minors! Come see us in OMH 131.
Intensive Advising is Monday, October 6th-Friday, October 24th. The Center staff will be available for extended hours (see below). You can drop in for assistance planning your spring course schedule.
Please come to advising with a printed copy of your Degree Progress Report (DPR) and a tentative proposed schedule. We cannot advise if you do not have a printed DPR! You can print your DPR by following these directions: https://www.dropbox.com/s/drno0mnai6hlcum/Print%20Your%20DPR.docx?dl=0
We also encourage you to use the "Preparation for Psychology Advisement" document: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ay48o7tu1dsqpn/Preparation%20for%20Psychology%20Advisement.docx?dl=0
Finally, please consider taking a brief and anonymous survey regarding whether the Advisement Center is serving your needs and how we can better serve your needs in the future: https://usmep.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3qO1JdFnn9tBDsp
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center staff can assist all undergraduate Psychology majors and minors that would like help with advisement. One of the goals for the Center is to allow faculty to become mentors to students while allowing the Center to help with advising and course scheduling issues.
The Advisement Center can help students with scheduling, adding/dropping classes, a minor in Psychology, suspension and probation, course substitution, second degree seeking, possible electives, graduation paperwork and more!
No appointment is necessary at this time so please drop in during the hours of operation! Extended hours are provided during each semester’s university advising weeks. Psychology majors can now drop in the Advisement Center to be advised each semester and be deemed eligible to enroll by their faculty mentor.
Drop by to see us!