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Psychological Science Advisors

Our advisors are here for you every step of the way — to answer questions, offer advice, and 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 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 major requirements
  • Study skills
  • How to get connected in our department
  • What a research assistantship is and how to apply
  • What a teaching assistantship is and how to apply
  • What an internship is and how to apply
  • What to do if you aren’t performing as well as you hoped in a class

Fall Psychology Advising Walk-In Office Hours*:

  • Monday: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm MT – EDU 628
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am – 12:00 noon MT – ZOOM
  • Wednesday: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm MT – EDU 628
  • Thursday: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm MT – EDU 628
  • Friday:
    • 9:00 am – 1:00 pm MT – EDU 628
    • 10:00 am – 12:00noon MT – ZOOM
  • Saturday: 10:00 am – 12:00noon MT – ZOOM

*Walk-in office hours are subject to change.

The ZOOM link for peer advising is:
The Meeting ID is: 972 6893 9080

Freshmen and sophomores can meet with an advisor in the Center for Advising and Student Success. Information for scheduling an appointment is on their website.

You may also email our Psychology Peer Advising team at with any questions.

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

To request an appeal or an academic adjustment, or if you have course equivalency questions, you can contact the Department Chair, Dr. Eric Landrum, at or contact the Department Associate Chair, Dr. Cynthia Campbell, at

    • Note to all students: Should you find yourself in a situation here at Boise State where you are getting bounced around from University office to office, feel like no one is really listening to you, or you are getting the run-around, we want to help. Please contact Dr. Landrum or Dr. Campbell and let us know how we can help.