For Current Students
Academic Advising Tips for Psych Students
Don’t wait until your Junior Audit to discover you are behind on credits needed for graduation! Once a semester, students are required to navigate through course catalogs and the registration section of WebAdvisor. Registration can be a period of anxiety for many students, but with this handy-dandy guide and checklist about the ins and outs of registration (courtesy of Dr. Traci Giuliano), you will be one step ahead of the game! For more information and a downloadable copy of the guide, please click here.
How to Choose a Research Methods Option for 2016-17
Not sure what the research methods options are or how you should choose one? Read this helpful handout to learn more about the options and how to sign up.
Informal Degree Plans
These documents list department and university requirements in an easy-to-understand format that can be helpful in planning your upcoming schedule. The handouts can also be found outside Dr. Giuliano’s door, Olin 212.
Letters of Recommendation
In order to prepare an appropriate letter of recommendation, faculty members need to have several pieces of information from you (eg. about the program/position for which you are applying, your grades, your strengths, previous experience, etc.) For more information on obtaining a letter of recommendation from a professor, please click here.
Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology. Students become members by joining the chapter at the school where they are enrolled. Psi Chi chapters are operated by student officers and faculty advisors. Together they select and induct the members and carry out the goals of the Society. All chapters register their inductees at the national office, where the membership records are preserved for reference purposes. The total number of memberships preserved at the national office during the first 65 years is over 270,000. Many of these members have gone an to distinguished careers in psychology. For more information, please click here.