Department of Psychological Sciences
Learn about temporary changes to Academic Advising while Covid-19 safety precautions are in place. Your advisors have not changed, but methods for making appointments and meeting have.
Mrs. Shannon Adamsick
Who Do I speak with?
Academic Advisors are your one-stop resource for most things related to Academic Advising and Registration, but you sometimes have to book appointments with them a week or two in advance; so if you have a quick question or want to talk about specific Psychology courses rather than your overall academic plan, Faculty Advisors are standing by to help.
You should meet with an Academic Advisor if:
- you haven’t met with one of them yet this year
- your questions are about registration holds or Academic Standing
- You are graduating next semester
You should meet with a Faculty Advisor if:
- You want to talk about specific courses
- You want to discuss the field of Psychology or Human Development and Family Studies
- You have a quick question that can’t wait (Advisor Schedules fill quickly during registration periods)
Summer Office Hours
If you join the Teams room during drop-in hours and a faculty advisor is not available, that means they are assisting another student. Please wait and someone will be with you shortly. If you wait for 15-20 minutes and nobody has assisted you in that time, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.