AdvisingTo register for classes, you must have your advising hold removed. Every student must attend a group advising session to have this hold lifted. Advising sessions cover degree requirements, classes to take next, advice for career and grad school preparation and instructions for graduation.
Preparing for an advising appointment
Students must bring a completed copy of the advising booklet to the advising session. You may also need to bring a printed copy of your DegreeWorks if you want personal advice after the session.
Students must bring a completed copy of the advising booklet to the advising session. You may also need to bring a printed copy of your DegreeWorks if you want personal advice after the session. Upperclassmen (students with more than 85 credit hours) might receive an email notification regarding their 90 Credit Hour Checks. If you have received that notification, please sign the confirmation form available here, and email it to Vee Lewis.
Navigating successfully through your major and degree is our shared goal. We are here to assist you. However, it is your responsibility to monitor your progress and meet degree requirements. Attention to detail is essential. You can learn degree and major requirements by using DegreeWorks, the Course Catalog and the Office of Undergraduate Studies website.
Adding a minor
Popular minors for psychology students include biology, communication studies, sociology, forensic and investigative science and business administration.