Undergraduate Advising

All students must use Path@Penn to declare a major or minor. Please see the link on the left side of this page titled "Declaring a Psychology Major" for more information about the process.

The undergraduate advising team is happy to discuss the details of the Psychology major, Psychology minor, or the Consumer Psychology minor. We also can help with various issues throughout your undergraduate experience such as course selection, research guidance, and post-college discussions.

Current office hours are by appointment.

 

Spring 2023 office hours (starting January 11, 2023):

 

Dr. Geoff Goodwin, Director of Undergraduate Studies (dus@psych.upenn.edu)

Thursdays 3pm-5pm in Levin 123

 

Dr. Caroline Connolly, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies (cconn@psych.upenn.edu)

Mondays and Wednesdays 10am-12pm in Levin 123 (no office hours on 4/3 and 4/5)

Office hours will be held via Zoom on 1/18: https://upenn.zoom.us/j/95638191377?pwd=TkY1VU52MHlyN29ON2IvblFNVXVoZz09

 

Ms. Claire Ingulli, Undergraduate Coordinator (cingulli@psych.upenn.edu)

T, R, and F from 11am-5:00pm.  Levin Bldg., Room 120

 

Junior advising: 

All Psychology Majors have a mandatory Junior Advising meeting in the Fall semester of their Junior year. This is an opportunity for questions, and launching broader discussions about your future. In this meeting, we review your performance in the major, discuss your progress, and consider your future plans.

Junior advising is mandatory. Juniors will be placed on registration hold for the forthcoming Spring semester until after this meeting. This registration hold will be waived only in cases of study abroad during the Fall semester of Junior year. These study abroad students are required to come in for Junior Advising when they return to campus.