The Advisement Center in Psychology
Social Science 399B
Academic advisement for declared psychology majors is handled through the Psychology Undergraduate Advisement Office, located in Social Sciences 399B.
The Advisement Office is run by Ms. Dayna Newton, and is staffed by doctoral students who have been trained as advisors. Students receive advice and information regarding the curriculum required for a bachelor's degree in psychology. Advisors meet with students and go over their audits and offer suggestions for courses to complete requirements in the major. Students can also find information on graduate programs in psychology and career possibilities. Before seeking out the Advisement Office, check Frequently Asked Questions. Please note that some of the files on this website are in Adobe pdf format and require Adobe Acrobat reader (freely available on the web).
Please email the Psychology Advisement Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or call us at 518-442-4865. Click the following for Advisement Office hours.
AVN appointments for psychology majors may NOT be made via email or phone. You must make an appointment on SONA Systems.
This section is designed for students who want more information about courses and requirements related to the psychology major. For a list of courses, please see:
Undergraduate Admission Requirements and Curriculum in Psychology
For a list of courses, please see: Undergraduate Bulletin in Psychology
The Honors Program
The honors program in psychology is a way for exceptional students to gained advanced research training and experience in psychology.
Honors Program in Psychology
Forms and Handouts
For helpful forms for the psychology major and forms for University requirements while you are an undergraduate student, please click here: Forms and Handouts.
Your Future with a Psychology Major
For materials to help you navigate into a career or graduate school in psychology, please click here: Your Future with a Psychology Major.
Psychology is a science. The Department of Psychology has an active faculty across five specialty areas:behavioral neuroscience, clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and social-personality psychology. The faculty work closely with undergraduate and graduate students in all facets of research.
Research Opportunities for Undergraduates in Psychology
Research Specializations in Psychology
Psi Chi - National Honor Society in Psychology
Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students who are making the study of psychology one of their primary interests, and who meet the minimum qualifications. Psi Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Psychological Society (APS). If you are coming from a community or junior college you may have been a part of Psi Beta. You might benefit from a part of Psi Chi at the University at Albany.
For membership requirements and more information: The Albany Chapter of Psi Chi
Psi Chi National Organization