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The Psychology department’s main office is located in Byrne Hall, room 420. To ensure that all students have a smooth and successful experience with the program, we recommend that all students schedule a time to meet with our Academic Advising staff to receive orientation to the department and to be assigned to a faculty advisor.
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Director of Undergraduate Studies
Byrne Hall, Room 451-Atluhrs@depaul.edu
Autumn 2018 Office Hours: Thurs. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Elizabeth T. Jackson
Undergraduate Academic Advisor
Byrne Hall, Room 451-B
(773) 325-4789 (best call-in time 8:30 AM M-TH)
Office Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Walk-in and appointments (schedule in Bluestar), Fri. by arrangement
First Week/Autumn Quarter: walk-ins only
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Advising and Research (for Bachelor of Science degree students)
McGowan South, Suite 400
Appointments: Schedule in Bluestar or call front desk 773-325-1573
First Week/Autumn Quarter: walk-ins only
Peer MentorsByrne Hall, Room 451-CPSYadvising@depaul.eduM-TH 9-4 (schedule posted at door)
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First Year and Newly Declared Students
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