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.
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Autumn 2018 Office Hours: Thurs. 1 p.m. - 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.-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
Byrne Hall, Room 451-C
M-TH 9-4 (schedule posted at door)
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
- Bachelor of Arts students (standard, human development, human services, community, industrial organizational) contact Elizabeth Jackson to keep on track with first year requirements.
- Bachelor of Science students (general, cognitive neuroscience, healthcare) contact Jennifer Salazar to keep on track with first year requirements.
Second Year Students
- Contact your faculty advisor to discuss the optimal sequence of your Psychology coursework
Third Year Students
- Bachelor of Arts Students: check in with Elizabeth Jackson for a tentative graduation review prior to the end of the year.
- Bachelor of Science Students: check in with Jennifer Salazar for a tentative graduation review prior to the end of the year.
- Contact your faculty advisor to explore potential career paths and the most appropriate options for fulfilling Experiential Learning.
Fourth Year Students
- Set up a graduation review appointment with Elizabeth Jackson (BA) or Jennifer Salazar (BS), and apply on Campus Connect to notify CSH about your readiness to graduate. In campus connection, go to academic progress, apply for graduation.
- Meet with your faculty advisor to discuss advanced classes and research opportunities best suited for your career plans.
- View the academic calendar
Requirements for majors and minors from all DePaul colleges
(including CSH) and other student information regarding policies and
Recommendations from the Office for Academic Advising Support. The Career Center
also has information that may be helpful.
Time Management Tools
Advising services for students interested in health careers.
Joining is recommended for students considering pre-law or law-related careers.
Useful information for students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology from CUDCP
Various forms required by the College of Science and Health, including forms to declare a Psychology major.
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