Success is your goal – providing the tools is ours
At this time, Psychology undergraduate advisors are continuing to be available to you through phone and video appointments. You can schedule an appointment with an advisor below. You can also contact an advisor directly via email – keep in mind that this may not replace the need for a full appointment. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org from your UMail with any questions.
Our academic advisors are highly trained, and can provide valuable assistance with major/minor declaration, courses and registration, research opportunities, internships, and more. Get more information on expectations and What Psychology Undergraduate Advising can do for you.
You can contact the Psychology advisors via email at
ASIA CAMPUS ADVISINGBook with an Advisor for Asia Campus - Video/Phone
Fall Drop-in Advising Schedule:
- Mondays 1 – 2pm (Zoom Only)
- Tuesdays 9am – 10am (Zoom Only)
- Wednesdays 12pm – 1pm (Zoom and in person: Gardner Commons Room 2455)
Click the link below to join.*
join zoom meeting
*This link will not be available on University Closure Days.
Admission/Declaration Requirements for the Psychology Degree
Apply to the Honors Psychology Major (HBA/HBS)
To be admitted to the Honors Psychology Major, students must be admitted to the Honors College and have (1) of the following posted on their University of Utah academic record:
- PSY 1010/1011: General Psychology with a grade of a B or better at the University of Utah
- Posted Transfer Credit: General Psychology course equivalent with a grade of a B
- Posted Advanced Placement Credit: Psychology AP score of 3 or Higher
- Posted International Baccalaureate Credit: Psychology Standard or Higher Level score of 5 or Higher
Have you met the Honors Psycholog Requirements?
In addition to various university programs, the College of Social and Behavioral Science
and the Department of Psychology offer scholarships, financial awards, and other funding
opportunities. To learn more about program funding please see: Scholarships & Funding.
Exceptional Education Experiences for Students
There are many opportunities for students to gain a deeper level of involvement within the Department of Psychology. These include - but are not limited to - research assistantships, internships, and student groups. Getting involved is key in developing valuable skills, important networks, and enriching your overall educational experience. To learn more about these types of opportunities please see: Exceptional Education Experiences – Research, Internships, & Groups
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