Advising

Advising

ACADEMIC ADVISING

If you need assistance selecting classes for next term you have many options. 

 Technology-Assisted Advising: Use the SMART PLANNER. Login to your Student Center.  The SMART PLANNER is located just above your academic requirements.  The planner will populate with your graduate requirement, but you can make adjustments and select which course you’d prefer to take to fulfill the requirements. 

 The Sears Center for Psychology Department: Schedule a meeting with a Peer Advisor first before meeting with an major advisor. 

 Major Academic Advisor: Setup a appointment with Academic Advisor

  • Mo Chatterji, Academic Advisor
    • Call Psychology department to schedule an appointment: 310-243-3427. if there is no answer, please leave a message and we will return your call.

Helpful Resources:

The year you began your studies at CSUDH is your catalog year. 


Updated September 24, 2021

Please make sure you touch base with an advisor at least one time this semester.  Your first appointment can be held with a Peer advisor.  The peer advisors can tell you: if you are taking the correct Psychology courses, determine if the Psychology courses you have taken will fulfill the requirements for the Psychology degree, and make substitution requests*. 

*After reviewing your academic requirements page, you may find that you have not received credit for a psychology course you completed.  You will need to make a substitution request.   

Click on the links to make an appointment with a Peer Advisor.  The peer advisor will send you a zoom link so you can set up a meeting.   

 

PEER ADVISING FALL 2021 HOURS 

 Monday 

 Tuesday 

 Wednesday 

 Thursday 

 Friday 


The Psychology Department advising takes via Zoom appointment. Click on the links to make an appointment with a Peer Advisor. 

Students who are contemplating or have decided upon a major or minor in psychology or who have interest in taking psychology courses as electives should see an advisor at their first opportunity. It is in each students best interest to see an advisor at least once a semester.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Carl Sneed