SDSU Psychology Undergraduate Advising

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☆Advisor of the Week☆
Amy T.
Amy is a Senior, majoring in Psychology, with a minor in Counseling and Social Change. She aspires to obtain a Masters in School Counseling along with an LPCC and become a School Counselor. She is currently the Treasurer of the Counseling and Social Change Club and has applied for the Psi Chi Honors Society and the Psychology Club. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.


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Brianna H.
Brianna is a junior majoring in Psychology and minoring in Counseling and Social Change, ultimately aspiring to conduct research and earn a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a Neuropsychology focus.


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Ally C.
Ally is a senior at SDSU pursuing a major in Psychology and a minor in Counseling and Social Change. She plans to attend graduate school in San Diego to receive her masters degree in School Counseling. In her spare time, Ally enjoys traveling, snowboarding and reading.


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Hayden B.
Hayden is studying Industrial/Organizational Psychology in hopes of pursuing a masters degree in the field.


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Gina M.
Gina is a fourth year here at SDSU working toward her major in Psychology and two minors in Gerontology and Classical Music. She has been involved with the Student Council of Voice Area, Young Life, and Psi Chi. She hopes to further her education in Psychology specifically with the aging population. She just returned from the Disney College Program in Orlando, Florida and hopes to visit Mickey again real soon.


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Meghan B.
Meghan plans to attend graduate school and eventually work as a counselor with refugees.


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Jason Z.
Jason is a junior student veteran at SDSU pursuing major in I/O Psychology and a minor in Chicano Studies. He serves as a Peer Mentor, Treasurer of PsyMORE, and Director of Public Relations for the Psychology Club and Psi Chi. He aspires to obtain a Masters in the IO and ultimately have a career as government consultant. In his free time, Jason enjoys spending time with his daughter and playing tabletop RPG.


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Ollyvia L.

Ollyvia is a junior at SDSU majoring in Psychology and minoring in Marketing. In addition to working as an academic peer advisor, she is also a research assistant in Dr. Devos' Intergroup Relations research lab and a teaching assistant for Dr. Villodas. On the side, Ollyvia runs a photography business and enjoys creating art and design through photography. After her undergraduate studies, she plans to attend graduate school in the hopes of working in consumer research and advertising.


★Advisor Of The Week★

Saloni Patil

Saloni is a second year student at San Diego State University pursuing a BA in Psychology and a minor in Child and Family Development. After graduation, she plans on going to graduate school for either Developmental or Clinical Psychology. Saloni is currently working as a Research Assistant in Dr. Margaret Friend's Infant and Child Development Lab and is a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. In her free time, Saloni likes to spend time with her family and friends, watch the sunset, explore San Diego, and enjoys working out while practicing a healthy lifestyle.


Psychology Undergraduate Peer Advising Spring 2019 Hours! Come on into Life Sciences North 105 for any questions about the psychology major, psychology minor, careers in psychology, or graduate school.


Updated Advising Hours for Finals and SUMMER!


Culture in Mind Workshop! Today at 5:30 pm @ Scripp's Cottage.


Please follow our FIRST ever Psychology Undergraduate Advising INSTAGRAM: psych.advising.sdsu


Camp HOPE America is the first camping and mentoring initiative in the United States to focus on children exposed to domestic violence. Pathways makes up the year-round mentorship component of CHA. Camp HOPE America serves as an effective system-level intervention where trauma exposed children are provided the opportunity to develop positive coping mechanisms that will allow them to thrive in the future. Please watch this video to hear a few words from their founder, counselors, and campers and really get a feel of their world.

All of the magic during their week of camp and the year-round activities wouldn’t be the same without the participation of HOPE Counselors. HOPE Counselors serve as cheerleaders for youth and aid immensely in our goal to end the cycle of violence and change the destinies of youth exposed to trauma. One week can have an unbelievable and significant impact on a child’s life in regards to self-esteem, emotional stability, confidence, and academic performance. Please watch this video to learn about some of the counselors and campers very own HOPE Stories.

If you are interested in learning more about the HOPE Counselor volunteer opportunity feel free to email ([email protected]) or call Melissa Aguiar (619-236-9551 ext. 713). If you would like to join them for a fun filled summer and a life changing year please fill out the online application.


Discussion on Community Healing Through Restorative Practices and Social Enterprise tomorrow April 10th 7pm-9pm at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Theater.


By now you have seen the signs for Early Registration (ER), but you may not know that ER could result in you being dropped from some classes in psychology after you register. The PSY advising office wants to ensure you know the consequences of ER so you can stay on track to graduate!

First, you have to pay tuition and fees or have financial aid, deferment, or a payment installation plan set up prior to registration. See Student Account Services for more information ( You must also have all holds removed, e.g., WPA hold, before you can register.

Second, you must meet any computer-enforced prerequisites for PSY classes by the end of Spring term in order not to be dropped from those classes. In other words, although you may register for any upper division PSY courses in April, the computer will drop you from such classes after spring if you have not met all impaction criteria by May 17th. The Registrar’s Office has made clear that no exceptions will be made.

There are 3 requirements that are computer-enforced in PSY: major status, junior status, and eligibility to take an upper-division writing course (after taking the WPA exam).

Major and junior status restricted courses (offered in Fall): PSY 301, 331, 332, 344, 380 and 410

(360 and 361 are also restricted, but not offered in Fall)

Junior status restricted course: PSY 319, 370

Courses restricted to students eligible to take UD writing course: PSY 301, 410

Note that other upper division courses in PSY often have requirements that are enforced by faculty during the first week of fall classes (e.g., completion of PSY 101, 230, 211, or 260). You must complete faculty-checked prereqs before August 27th.

Photos from SDSU Psychology Undergraduate Advising's post 04/09/2018

Join us for this years Honors Thesis Forum! For more information please see the details below.


We are happy to announce that Psy 496 Forensic Psychology will now be offered in the Fall where as before it was only offered during Summer sessions. We hope you take advantage of this great opportunity!


You are cordially invited to participate in the Psychology Recognition Ceremony (PRC) in Montezuma Hall the morning of May 12th. The PRC is a graduation ceremony offered exclusively to Psychology students graduating in Spring or Summer 2018. The PRC offers a more intimate environment as it highlights students’ successes solely within the major. For the PRC there is no limit on the number of tickets a student may purchase, making it a more suitable option for larger families. Visit the “Graduation 2018 Ceremonies” tab on Blackboard PSY major homeroom for more information.


Wondering how to obtain tickets for the 2018 Psychology Recognition Ceremony? Here are 3 easy steps.


PSY 365 will now be offered ONLINE over SUMMER!

Psychology Undergraduate Advising -- Application for Peer Advising to Train Fall 2018 02/27/2018

Want to help your peers? Become a Psychology Undergraduate Peer Adviser!

What: Advisers work with Psychology students on any questions they may have about the Psychology major and careers in the field of Psychology, and allows you to make connections with faculty and other students. Applications are now available online for entry into Fall 2018's incoming PSY 491 training class. The commitment is 2 semesters. The first will be spent training and the second working in the Peer Advising Office! You will receive 3 units of PSY 491 for each term.
Apply here: Follow this link to the application.

Deadline: The deadline is March 3rd at midnight.

Questions: If you have any questions or would like to meet any of the current advisers, please stop by our office in Life Sciences North 105.

Psychology Undergraduate Advising -- Application for Peer Advising to Train Fall 2018 Applications are due March 3, 2018, however the earlier you submit your application the better. Advisers are required to: • Train in the Fall Semester of 2018, Tues/Thurs 9:30 – 10:45 am and attend mandatory 1-hour adviser meetings on Mondays. • Work during Fall break for a total of 20 hours. ...


Our Spring 2018 Advising Cohort!


Hello Psychology Students!

This is just a friendly reminder that the Psychology Advising Office will be closing for the semester THIS Friday the 8th at 4pm, and will re-open January 3rd.

Please come in to receive any advising you may need before the holidays before we close.

Happy Finals!


Hello Everyone!

Friendly Reminder that the Psych Advising Office will be closed the following upcoming dates:

Nov 22nd- 24th for Thanksgiving

December 11th- January 2nd for Winter Break!!!!

Please note that this means our last day of Advising for the semester is December 8th

We will re-open January 3rd.

Good luck on finals and have a great Winter Break!


Happy Wednesday Psychology Students!

SDSU will be hosting an open house for the School Psychology Program next friday where they will be having current students and faculty answering questions, talking to students about our multicultural psychology program, and grant information!

WHERE: SDSU North Education Building Room 60
WHEN: Friday November 3, 2017
TIME: 4:30-6:30 p.m.

See you there!

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