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Academic Advising

  • Email Advising

    Please be sure to include your UT EID in ALL email correspondence.

    General advising questions for any PSY advisor: psy-undergrad@utexas.edu

    Psychology majors should email your assigned advisor (info on the right). ALWAYS Include your UT EID! We will try to respond within 2-3 business days; during peak times within 3-5 business days.

  • Zoom Advising

    Anything that cannot be resolved via email will be via Zoom appointment; you will schedule your appointment on Calendly here.

  • Location

    ADVISING OFFICE
    LOCATION: BUR 230 | MAP
    PHONE: 512-471-4410
    EMAIL: psy-undergrad@utexas.edu
    OFFICE HOURS: M-F 9:00-11:00 am & 1:00- 4:00 pm until further notice
    https://coronavirus.utexas.edu/

    MAILING ADDRESS:Undergraduate Advising Office
    College of Liberal Arts, Psychology
    The University of Texas at Austin
    2505 University Avenue, Stop A8100
    Austin, TX 78712 

  • Advisors

    The Psychology advisors see students based on student last name (the last letter in your UT EID); these have recently changed, so please check to see who your advisor is:
    A - C:Grant Overman, BUR 230
    D - I: Jay Brown, BUR 230B
    J - M: David Valenzuela, BUR 230E
    N - R: Summer Cacciotti, BUR 436F
    S - Z: Joel Mendolusky, BUR 230D 

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Academic Advising for Current UT Psychology Majors

 

The Psychology Advising Team is now accepting 30-minute advising appointments for general academic concerns, SUCCESS advising (for scholastic probation), long-term graduation planning, post-graduation planning, advising hold removal, degree requirement questions, etc. Please schedule your advising appointment online with Microsoft Bookings:  

https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/PsychologyAdvisingMajorsOnly@utexas.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/  

Answers to common questions can be found on the Psychology FAQ

Please be sure to include your UT EID in ALL email correspondence. 

General advising questions for any PSY advisor: psy-undergrad@utexas.edu

Answers to frequently asked questions can be found here.

Psychology majors should email their assigned advisor (info on the right). ALWAYS Include your UT EID! We will try to respond within 2-3 business days; during peak times within 3-5 business days.

Anything that cannot be resolved via email will be via Zoom appointment; you will schedule your appointment on Microsoft Bookings here. See here for additional instructions on how to log in to Zoom.

Be sure to check the Psychology FAQ first.

ADVISING OFFICE
LOCATION: SEA 2.210 
PHONE: 512-471-4410 (option to leave voicemail which will be returned in 48-72 business hours)
EMAIL: psy-undergrad@utexas.edu

MAILING ADDRESS: Undergraduate Advising Office
College of Liberal Arts, Psychology
The University of Texas at Austin
2505 University Avenue, Stop A8100
Austin, TX 78712 

  • Psychology majors may meet with any available psychology advisor.
  • If there is a specific advisor a psychology major enjoys working with, they are welcome to email quick questions to that advisor directly.
  • If a psychology major has NOT yet worked with a specific advisor or does not have a specific advisor preference, they are welcome to email quick questions to the advisor assigned to the section of the alphabet that contains their last name (see below).
  • Psychology advisors make every effort to answer email correspondence in a timely manner. Please do not email the same question to multiple advisors.

A-Ch – current Psychology advising staff

Ci– F – Neal Idais, Academic Advising Coordinator

G-K – Katherine Skluzacek, Senior Academic Advisor

L-N – David Valenzuela, Senior Academic Advisor

O-Sh – Summer Cacciotti, Senior Academic Advisor

Si-Z – Joel Mendolusky, Senior Academic Advisor

 

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Incoming students (freshman, non-UT transfers), click here

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