Psychology Peer Advising
The Peer Advising Center, located in room Psy 206, is an academic advising service for psychology students as well as an educational experience for Peer Advisers. Peer Advisers are undergraduate psychology majors who serve for one year to assist and advise psychology students. The Peer Advising office is a resource for all psychology students including majors, minors, pre-majors, graduate students, psychology alumni and all others interested in psychology at “The Beach.” We invite you to come in and take advantage of these resources at any time. Remember, no appointments are necessary, so stop in any time! Email us with any of your questions at: email@example.com. Please note that any student wishing to make an appointment to see the psychology undergraduate advisor MUST visit Peer Advising first.
Major Advising vs. General Academic Advising
Peer Advising specializes in undergraduate psychology major advising only. Peer Advisers can help students decide which courses will be beneficial for graduate school and specific careers. They can also help clarify requirements for the major and assist students in planning which courses to take for their next semester. Peer Adviser do not advise student on university requirements that apply to all CSULB students.
Students in need of general academic advising should drop by or make an appointment with ATLAS, the advising center for College of Liberal Arts students in Ph1-104.
Links Helpful to Undergraduates
ATLAS – College of Liberal Arts Advising Center (CLA major, minor, and GE advising)
University Center for Undergraduate Advising (Horn Center – GE advising)