College of Science and Health > Academics > Psychology > Student Resources > Undergraduate Advising
Psychology department main office location: Byrne Hall, room 420General questions: Email us at
To ensure that all students have a smooth and successful experience with the program, we recommend that incoming students contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment with an academic advisor. Additionally, you can also reach out with any questions regarding autumn registration or the degree progress report.
Students who are
applying for graduation may contact email@example.com.
Psychology faculty and staff are working remotely and are
available for questions by email, phone and zoom meetings. You may view your advisor information in Bluestar: CampusConnect > Students Resources > BlueStar Student Support > Choose your Advisor.
We appreciate your patience as we work together as a community to reduce the impact of COVID-19.
[Last Name A-L]Kevin Cato, Undergraduate Psychology AdvisorMondays & Fridays: by remote appointment onlyTuesday - Thursday: in-person or remote appointmentsOffice location: Byrne Hall, Suite 451BEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone:(773) 325-8490
[Last Name M-Z]Richie Heard, Undergraduate Psychology AdvisorMondays & Fridays: by remote appointment onlyTuesday - Thursday: in-person or remote appointmentsOffice location: Byrne Hall, Suite 451CEmail: email@example.comPhone:(773) 325-8490
Theresa Luhrs, PhDDirector, Undergraduate StudiesOffice location: Byrne Hall, Suite 451AEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (773) 325-4256
Use the action plan grid below to gauge your progress and determine the types of academic assistance you might need:
First Year and Newly Declared Students (0-43 Credits)
Second Year Students (44-87 credits)
Third Year Students (88 - 131 credits)
Fourth Year Students (132 credits and above)