How does Advising Work in PBS?
For Psychology Majors:
Psychology majors are welcome to consult with any of the advisors. You are not assigned to a specific advisor.
Click here for a list of the PBS Academic Advisors
And here’s how to reach us!
PBS Advising Center: Tobin Hall 501
Advising Center Open 10-3 Weekdays during fall and spring terms
Last Day for Drop-in is May 17
Advising Appointments and email advice (firstname.lastname@example.org) WILL be available during finals and throughout the summer
Drop-in (in person and on Zoom) is closed during the summer
Please reach us by email or appointment.
In Person: PBS Advising Center
See a Peer Advisor for general questions.
Faculty/staff advisor also available during drop-in.
Make an Appointment
Click here for detailed Instructions to make an appointment
Declare a psych major
Need a Quick Answer? Check out our FAQ!
Need to know more about opportunities, resources, and programs for Psych majors? Use the links to the left!
Need other resources (personal, financial, etc.)? Click Here for Single Stop Resources
Click here to find Tips and Resources for Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing
Need to know requirements?
General Psych BA and BS requirements
Neuroscience Track Requirements
General Education Requirements for students entering as First Year Students
General Education Requirements for students entering as Transfers
CNS College Level Requirements for BA and BS students
Understand Your Academic Requirements Report on SPIRE
Not a Psych Major?
See Major Requirements linked above
Declare a psych major by appointment using Navigate
Ask questions about a potential major or minor by coming to Drop-in Hours (see above)
Learn about a Psychology Minor here
Other Useful links:
- Registrar’s office FAQ (credits, transcripts, etc)
- College of Natural Sciences (foreign language requirement, BS credits, probation or suspension)
- Commonwealth (Honors) College
- Departmental Honors
- Domestic Exchange
- Study Abroad - International Programs Office