Academic Advising
Come see us!

The Psychology department has moved into our new space!  Please come visit us in our new location on the 2nd floor of Berkeley Way West (2121 Berkeley Way at Shattuck).  

 

Undergraduate Advising

To schedule an appointment with a Major Advisor click on either of the names below:

Direct your inquiries about the Undergraduate Program to psychsso@berkeley.edu or stop by the advising office in person.

 

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am - 12pm and 1pm - 4pm, on the second floor of Berkeley Way West. Office Hours apply throughout the semester, except holidays, and as noted here. Students are welcome to stop by for drop-in advising; no appointment necessary.

 

**Please be sure to check in at the front desk, you will be directed to an adviser.

 

  • Student Services Team

    Undergraduate Major Advisers:
    Christine Mullarkey, Jennifer Ochoa

    Graduate Student Services Adviser:
    Julie Aranda

    Scheduling, Enrollment, and Curriculum Planning:
    Dustin Wilson

    Director of Student Services:
    Harumi Quiñones

  • Peer Advising Hours
    Fall 2019 Hours: TBD
  • Vision, Mission, Goals and Outcomes

    Our Vision is to foster the development of self-aware, engaged, well-rounded members of a diverse Psychology Department, campus, and community.

    Our Mission is to support students with personal, academic, and professional development by empowering self-directed learning and informed decision making through collaborative mentoring relationships.

    Our Goal is for advisors and students to share the responsibility of shaping and actualizing a rewarding educational experience:

    Advisors by providing resources and guidance
    Students by taking charge of their personal, professional, and intellectual development.

  • Learning Outcomes for UG students

    Be able to navigate the Psychology Department website and associated Psychology Majors bCourses site for information pertaining to the major.

    Understand the academic requirements of the Psychology major and course sequencing as part of the overall, student-initiated, academic planning process.

    Identify opportunities for personal, professional, and intellectual development by reviewing the Weekly Opportunities (web page) and taking advantage of offerings for portfolio building.

    Learn to reference various campus resources, reference policies & procedures, and to direct inquiries to the appropriate offices (e.g. Registrar’s Office, Student Information Systems, College of Letters & Science, Student Learning Center, Career Counseling Library, Career Center, University Health Services, etc).

    Develop a network and become an active part of the Psychology Department community by attending at least two departmental or student group events per semester.