Advising Across Campus
Tykeson College and Career Advising is the academic and career advising destination for all students. Tykeson advisors can help you:
- Navigate academic policies and processes
- Plan/change your classes
- Explore majors, minors, and career paths
- Create a plan for graduation
- Get involved
- Find tutoring and academic support
Tykeson advisors are providing both remote and in-person advising sessions during this academic year. To schedule an advising appointment with Tykeson, log into Navigate with your DuckID. You can also access Tykeson drop-in advising (Mon-Fri 10-3) or live chat with the Intake and Operations Team (Mon-Fri 9-5) at https://advising.uoregon.edu/tykeson, or call 541-346-9200 for help with appointments.
Office of Academic Advising provides wrap-around advising services for exploring students and students with complicated cases, certain kinds of petitions, or those who need more holistic support across multiple units.
There are many opportunities for undergraduate psychology majors and minors to receive advising and help with experiential learning as well as career and graduate school preparation – peer advisors, graduate student and faculty advisors are all available throughout the academic year. For advising questions, please email email@example.com. An advisor will get back to you as soon as possible. When emailing psychology advising, use your UO email account and include your ID number with your question.
Psychology's Peer Advisors
Advisors and Peer Advisors are NOT available for drop-in hours during finals week and break week. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Psychology Faculty and Graduate Student Advisors
Faculty and graduate student advisors are available for help with academic plans, honors programs, career and graduate school preparation.
The email address for Psychology's faculty and grad advisors is email@example.com. All advising queries should be from your UO email account and include your ID number with your question.
FALL drop-in advising schedule (in person except for Tuesday)
- Michael Silverstein: General Advising – Monday 12:30pm-3pm, 230 STB
- Jordan Pennefather: General Advising – Tuesday 11am-1pm (Remote)
- Jagdeep Bala: Transfer Credit Evaluations, Practicum and General Advising – Wednesday 2:30pm-4pm, 225 STB
- Michael Silverstein: General Advising – Wednesday 10am-11:30am, 230 STB
- Jagdeep Bala: Transfer Credit Evaluations, Practicum and General Advising – Thursday 10am-11:30am, 225 STB
- Moriah Stendel: General Advising – Thursday 12:50pm-3:20pm, 230 STB
- Moriah Stendel: General Advising – Friday 1pm-2:30pm, 230 STB
Add Psychology Major
Students interested in declaring psychology as a major should email firstname.lastname@example.org to start new major orientation. New major onboarding workshops and activities are designed so advisors can 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.
Please note: Change of major forms take approximately 3 weeks to process. Students wishing to declare psychology as a major should meet with a psychology advisor to make an appropriate academic plan for upcoming terms.
Add Psychology Minor
Students interested in adding psychology as a minor, or dropping the major/minor, should email email@example.com to make an academic plan and fill out a request form.
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 the psychology undergraduate coordinator, Jeff Davis.
Please note: Change of minor forms take approximately 3 weeks to process. Students wishing to declare psychology as a minor should meet with a psychology advisor to make an appropriate academic plan for upcoming terms.