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 our new and larger location in OMH 131.
It is Intensive Advisement time again for Psychology Majors & Minors and time to receive assitance with your Spring 2014 course scheduling. The Center has extended hours from Monday, October 21st through Friday, November 8th. No appointment necessary. Just drop in during out extended hours.
The Center’s Extended Hours for Psychology Advisement:
FRIDAYS: 8am – 4pm
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!
Find additional help on campus: Tutoring and other Student Support Services
- Wed, Nov 13th (noon to 1pm): Graduate School Workshop
An introduction to graduate study options for Psychology majors. This
workshop will highlight different types of graduate degrees, the application
process, and tips on how to and when to prepare your application. Students of
all class standings who are considering graduate school are welcomed to attend.
Wed, Sept 4th (noon to 1pm): Welcome to the Psychology Major
An introduction to the Psychology major, the Psychology department at USM and its requirements for graduation, and additional opportunities to get
involved and further your academic career.
Wed, Sept 18th (noon to 1pm): Study Skills & Time Management Workshop
An introduction to different study skill habits and time management philosophies.
Wed, Oct 9th (noon to 1pm): APA & Plagiarism
An introduction to APA formatting guidelines, how to properly cite references for APA papers, and how to avoid plagiarizing.
Job Hunt Workshop-Friday, March 22nd 1-2pm in OMH 131. Looking for a job after graduation? Attend this workshop to learn more about an effective job search. All College of Education and Psychology students are welcome to attend.
Graduate School Workshop-Friday, February 15th in OMH 131. Great information was shared by the presenters and all in attendance about how to prepare for graduate school and the application process! Plans will be made to share this workshop again. Keep an eye on our website and department & college facebook pages for information.