The Psychology Student Services Office is pleased to share that Christine Mullarkey has joined the team as an Undergraduate Major Advisor. She previously worked on the Student Services team in Summer Sessions, focused on supporting International Students and 90 affiliate organizations around the world. And, her prior experience includes serving in the Study Abroad office at the University of Nevada, clerking in the Legislative Counsel Bureau for the State of Nevada, and 10 years as a Middle School teacher in Albany.
Given her addition to the team, we will return to making scheduled appointments available starting the week following Spring Break.
- Psychology Commencement Registration – 4PM FRIDAY, March 24th
- Changing Grading Option (PNP vs Letter Grade) – 11:59PM FRIDAY, March 24th
Please register here by 4pm on March 24th.
Information about the commencement speaker and ticket sales will be forthcoming. Updates about the Psychology Commencement can be found on the Psychology Commencement Page.
Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
The last day to change your grading option is on Friday, March 24th. You may change your grading option from letter grade to P/NP AND also from P/NP to letter grade using CalCentral.
Please carefully consider all of your options or consult with our office or the College of Letters and Science (206 Evans) if you have any questions before making this change. L&S WILL NOT allow you to switch back after this deadline. Keep this following information in mind when doing so:
- ALL courses that will fulfill Psychology major requirements, both lower and upper division, *MUST* be taken for a letter grade.
A passing grade in ANY Psychology course used to fulfill major requirements is D-, as long as the following conditions are met:
- your overall Psych major GPA is 2.0 or above;
- your Psych upper-division GPA is 2.0 or above.
- Any other Psych courses that you change to P/NP in which you receive a P may not be repeated for a letter grade and used towards the major in the future. You must opt for a different course.
- If you have already fulfilled all major requirements and are taking Psych courses beyond the required upper-division courses, you are welcome to take those excess courses as P/NP as long as all major requirements have already been fulfilled.
- Additional information regarding P/NP courses can be found here: https://ls.berkeley.edu/advising/academic-progress/grades/passednot-pass...
Again, questions regarding courses outside of the Psychology major may be directed to L&S.
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