Advising Within Psychology
In order to reduce in-person contact due to COVID-19, all Psychology advising services are offered remotely via Zoom or Teams for drop-in advising. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
- Students, for advising questions, please reach out by emailing email@example.com. An advisor will get back to you as soon as possible.
- To add psychology as your major or minor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. One of our advising team will get back to you with further instructions.
- When emailing psychology advising, use your UO email account and include your ID number with your question.
- When requesting an appointment, please send some times that work for you that week.
- Students can find resources for remote education at https://remote.uoregon.edu/students
Temporary Grade options: See here for detailed information on grading options under the covid-19 contingency.
Psychology advising for majors and minors: All of our advisors are trained to help you to tailor your class schedule to your needs. We can help you with planning all of your requirements — university and major requirements. Please contact us if you are confused, needing help, or just want to chat about your options for a successful experience at the University. You are ultimately responsible for understanding your degree audit and finishing all requirements successfully.
Advisor Contact Info At-a-Glance
The email address for Psychology’s advisors is email@example.com. Their names and office hours information follows.
Jagdeep Bala, Transfer credit evaluations, general advising — Monday 1-3; Zoom link for Monday advising:
Andrew Fridman, General advising — Tuesday 11-1; Zoom link for Tuesday advising: https://zoom.us/j/98471504187?pwd=bEpvM1FQanR4ZzhKL2RpcTRhUmdvUT09
Cianna Bedford-Petersen, General advising — Wednesday 9-11; Zoom link for Wednesday advising:
Andrew Fridman — Wednesday 4-6; Zoom link for Wednesday advising: https://zoom.us/j/95114884486?pwd=bGNwcHViSGNNM3VhTkhld0VmRTIyZz09
Jagdeep Bala — Thursday 11-1; Zoom link for Thursday advising:
Cianna Bedford-Petersen — Friday 1-3; Zoom link for Friday advising:
Add Psychology Major
In order to add psychology as a major, students must go through onboarding and academic planning with psychology advisors. Students interested in declaring psychology as a major should email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a new major orientation. Advisors will help students become familiar with the psychology curriculum, develop academic plans keeping graduation timelines in mind, become aware of resources in the department, and succeed as a psychology major.
In addition, students will fill out forms to declare/add psychology as a major. Once your form is processed by our department, it will take approximately three weeks for the registrar’s office to process the request and update student information in DuckWeb.
Add Psychology Minor
Students interested in adding psychology as a minor, or dropping the major/minor, should email email@example.com to set up a new minor orientation. Advisors will work with you on an academic plan that meets your goals for the minor. Once your form is processed by our department, it will take approximately three weeks for the registrar’s office to process the request and update student information in DuckWeb.
When DuckWeb shows psychology as your major or minor, you should be able to register for restricted courses if you have the prerequisites. If you have any questions regarding changing your major or minor to psychology or have problems registering for psychology courses, email Cindy Salmon.
Please note: Change of major/minor forms take approximately 3 weeks to process. Students wishing to declare psychology as a major/minor should meet with a psychology advisor to make an appropriate academic plan for upcoming terms.
Additional Advising Resources:
Tykeson College and Career Advising is the academic and career advising destination for all students who:
- Have not yet declared a major, referred to as exploring students
- Are considering another major or exploring other majors
- Want to explore career options and opportunities
- Are declared majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences
Students with declared majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences should also continue to seek advice from faculty when they are looking for specific information about their chosen major or detailed information about their major department and its curricular and co-curricular offerings.