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Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Department of Psychology

Undergraduate Study

Academic Advising

Psychology advisors can help you understand the requirements for the major or minor, choose courses to stay on track to complete the major or minor, or discuss graduate school and career plans.
For advising regarding your common curriculum requirements, please see your first year advisor (first-year students) or an academic advisor in the Student Life Academic Advising office, located in Driscoll South, Suite 30 (underneath the bookstore).

We recommend that you are advised (in person or by email) before each registration period and at other times during the year, as needed. We recommend that you come to see an advisor in person at least once each academic year.
Although many students prefer to see the same advisor over time, you are able to see any of the four faculty academic advisors who have available appointments. Please make an appointment to see an advisor (see instructions below), as advising hours are the times that these faculty members have dedicated to advising.

Advising resources

Advisors

If you have an urgent advising question during finals week, or the breaks between these quarters, please email one of the faculty advisers below. We should be able to answer any time-sensitive questions over email, and if the matter cannot wait until the next quarter, we can try to make a special appointment with you.

See instructions for making an advising appointment online.

Please do not contact multiple advisers for the same reason. We discuss many of your questions as a group, so there is no need to write all of us with the same question, either all at once or separately! Thank you.

Dr. Kateri McRae
303-871-3632
Kateri.McRae@du.edu
Frontier Hall, Room 336
2155 S. Race St.

Dr. Pamela Miller
303-871-2713
Pamela.Miller@du.edu
Frontier Hall, Room 147
2155 S. Race St.

Dr. Aimee Reichmann-Decker
303-871-4845 
Aimee.Reichmann-Decker@du.edu
Frontier Hall, Room 138
2155 S. Race St.


You must attend a group or individual advising session by fall quarter of your sophomore year
to learn about the department, opportunities and degree requirements.

If you are a transfer student, you must see an adviser by your second quarter at DU.