Advising

Schedule an appointment with a staff advisor or peer advisor, find advising updates, and find answers to frequently asked advising questions.

Major Advising

Peer Advising

Peer advisors have their own drop-in hours. If you prefer to speak with one of our peer advisors, make sure to come in during their hours, which are listed below.

Peer Advisors

  • Daria Bisharah —  Psychology A.B., Political Science, Spanish triple major
  • Elizabeth Broughton — Psychology B.S. - Math major, Minors in Education and Mathematics
  • Mark Cubillan — Psychology A.B. and NPB double major
  • Spencer Orbegozo — Psychology A.B., Minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • Nour Elgezawi — Psychology A.B., Minor in Education
  • Sarah Poplack — Psychology B.S.

 

They are available for drop-in advising in Young 112A or Young 101.

CONTACT: psychadvising@ucdavis.edu, 530-752-5104

 

DROP-IN HOURS for Winter 2017:

Monday 9 –12, 1–4 p.m.

Tuesday 9 –12, 1–4 p.m.

Wednesday 9-12, 1–4 p.m.

Thursday 9 –12, 1–4 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m.–12 p.m.

Please note: Peer advisors cannot sign forms. You must see a staff advisor for approval of academic plans, and anything that requires a signature. If you are graduating THIS quarter, please see a staff advisor for a graduation check.

** Becoming a Peer Advisor! **

We Will Be Hiring Next Winter 2018!!


Under the supervision and guidance of the Yellow Cluster staff advisors, peer advisors assist current students in a one-on-one setting. They help students with course scheduling and major related questions while providing support when students are stressed, discouraged, or unsure of college or major requirements. Peer advisors will also help conduct degree checks for seniors, go over GE requirements, and make academic plans. Other duties include handling paperwork, composing emails to the department listservs, and working on projects assigned by the staff advisors. Peers may be asked to answer phones or cover the office for short periods of time when the staff advisors are unavailable. Peer advisors are also expected to help out at recruitment events including both freshman and transfer Decision Days in April and May. This is an opportunity to further develop your advising/counseling, leadership, and office skills in a supportive and professional environment.

Pathways to Graduation

These sample program plans present an overview of courses that students majoring in Psychology must complete to obtain an undergraduate degree within either three or four years. Your program plan will differ, depending on previous credit received, your course schedule, available course offerings, and whether you choose to complete a Bachelors of Art or Science. We strongly encourage students to develop a personal program plan in consultation with an academic adviser.

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