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Our advisors are here for you every step of the way — to answer questions, offer advice and to celebrate your successes. Go here to learn more about the undergraduate degrees offered by the Department of Psychological Science and Get Psyched!

Meet with a Psychology Peer Advisor if you have any of the following questions.

  • Degree planning
  • When you might graduate/how many credits you still need
  • What electives to choose
  • Choosing a minor
  • Which classes count for the psychology minor or for major requirements
  • Study skills
  • How to get connected in our department
  • What a Research Assistantship is and how to apply for one
  • What a Teaching Assistantship is and how to apply for one
  • What an Internship is and how to apply for one
  • What to do if you aren’t performing as well as you hoped in a class

PSYC Peer Advisors are available for online consultation during the hours listed below.

Days and times are hyperlinked to Zoom chatrooms that will be open during Peer Advising hours. Simply click to join on the day and within the specified time frame to connect with a peer advisor.

*No appointment needed! You may simply connect and meet with a peer advisor.

*You may also email Peer Advisors at:

Meet with a professional or faculty advisors if you have the following questions:

  • Discussions about graduate school possibilities and application materials
  • Discussions about careers and moving into the workforce
  • Requesting an appeal or an academic adjustment
  • Course equivalency questions
  • Consortium agreements

Professional and faculty advising requires an appointment.

You can schedule an appointment with an advisor through the above contact points. All advising for our Juniors and Seniors occurs via Zoom for the Spring and Summer 2020 semesters. Psychology Advising is here to assist you!

Scheduled advising appointments are 30 minutes and are encouraged for students who have an academic hold, need career/grad school planning, or have questions about academic success strategies or how to get involved at Boise State and in the department. Students can also see an advisor to learn how to transfer to Boise State’s psychology degree program; inquire about research opportunities, and find out about internships.  It is often helpful to bring paper copies of your documentation with you to these appointments (e.g., unofficial copy of transcripts, transfer evaluation report, academic progress report, etc.).

Click here for more information about obtaining a minor in Psychology and its program requirements.

Note to all students: If you find yourself in a situation here at Boise State where you are getting bounced around from University office to office, or your feel like no one is really listening to you, or you are getting the run-around, we want you to tell us.  You should contact the Department Chair Dr. Eric Landrum at or contact the Department Associate Chair Dr. Cynthia Campbell at