Advising in the Department of Psychology
Psychology Faculty/Staff Advising
All psychology majors are encouraged to seek out advice about psychology course recommendations, career advice, or any questions you have about the psychology major. To schedule an appointment or meet with faculty/staff in psychology, please email at email@example.com. For questions about registration or waitlist for courses in Psychology: Please go to this link to submit your request.
Advising Walk-in Hours
For your convenience, walk-in hours for questions about courses and curriculum are provided during Fall and Spring semesters (from the first day of classes until the last day of classes. Please visit the Peer Advisors located in room 226 of Thach Hall, or send email to them. Peer Advisors also meet with prospective students, provide an overview of psychology at Auburn and other information about Auburn University as a whole. Walk-In hours for peer advisors are:
- Mondays 1:00-2:00 pm (Alex), and 2:00-3:00 pm (Elena)
- Tuesdays 8:50-10:50 am (Elena)
- Wednesdays 10:00-12:00 pm (Alex)
- Thursdays 8:50-10:50 am (Elena)
- Fridays 10:00-12:00 pm (Alex)
College of Liberal Arts Advising
Once you officially declare psychology as a major, the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) will keep your academic folder and will maintain all official records. You will be assigned an academic advisor within the CLA based on your last name. Click here to be directed to CLA advisor contact page. Be sure to check with the CLA advisors regarding the accuracy of the number of credit hours you may have accumulated toward graduation at least one full semester before you plan on graduating. All freshmen and first semester sophomores must also visit the CLA advising office during the registration period for general consultation regarding their academic progress. Your CLA advisor will answer all questions regarding the university core. Psychology advisors do not provide information or advice regarding general education (the “core”) requirements, requirements for graduation from Auburn University, or perform credit checks regarding the accuracy of the number of credit hours students have accumulated.
Last Updated: January 23, 2018