Weekly Opportunities - February 27, 2017

Psychology Student Services Workshop:



  • Summer Sessions Enrollment: We have great courses available this summer. Prof. Oliver John and Prof. Aaron Fisher are teaching their awesome courses this year. Remember, whenever they teach, we have a long waitlist! Check out the rest of our course offerings: Psychology Summer 2017
  • Psychology Commencement Ceremony: More information about registration and ticket sales will be made available mid-March.


You can verify this information through CalCentral, under the "My Academics" tab.

If you are receiving your degree this Spring 2017 AND your CalCentral does not reflect that information, the deadline for Spring 2017 "Opt In" requests (aka Adds to the Degree List) is Friday, March 10th. You need to complete and submit a DEGREE LIST ADD FORM to the College of Letters and Science in 206 Evans.


If you are planning to take some courses this Summer 2017 or during the Fall 2017 semester, you need to drop yourself from the degree list by seeing an L&S adviser by Friday, March 3rd. Being on Spring 2017 degree list will prevent you from your Summer 2017 enrollment, and your Fall 2017 Phase I appointment will not be generated.


If you have other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us or stop by our drop-in advising hours (M-F 9-12pm and 1-4pm) in 3305 Tolman. You can also contact the College of Letters and Science and see a college adviser.



Last Friday, February 17th, was the deadline to access CalCentral to add or drop your classes and research credits. At this point, you must submit a petition to the College of Letters and Science if you wish to make any changes to your schedule.



Summer 2017 enrollment began last February 1st, and you may enroll via CalCentral. If you do not have access to enroll for Summer 2017, it could mean that you are on the Spring 2017 degree list. To verify, check My Academics, and under your student photo on the left-hand side, "Expected Graduation Spring 2017." It means that Spring 2017 is your final term of attendance at UC Berkeley, and you will not take any additional coursework as an undergraduate student. Consult a college adviser if you plan on staying for the summer or fall.