Office Location:

Life Sciences North Room 105


Looking to become a peer advisor? Please refer to the following page for more information.


Psychology Advising Hours

January 3rd – February 7th
Virtual appointments are offered through EAB Navigate



Steps to make an appointment:*
  1. Log into EAB Navigate using your SDSUid and password. 
  2. Once you are signed in, select the blue “Get Assistance” button. 
  3. Select “Academic Advising” to identify the type of appointment. 
  4. Select one of the following services: Career & Internships Advising, Major Advising, Minor Advising. NOTE: If you are from a different department, select “Major/Minor Exploration/Change” as the service otherwise you will not be able to see our location.
  5. Pick a date for when you’d like to meet with an advisor. Select “Find Available Time”.
  6. Look for available appointments under “COS: Psychology”. If we do not have any available appointments for the date you selected, you will be able to click through the provided calendar to view our available appointments through the month.
  7. For optimal availability, leave the “Staff” category blank.
  8. Once you select a date and time for your appointment, you will be able to review your appointment details. You will have the option to add your questions/what you want to discuss to the Comments section, which will help our advisers prepare for your appointment. 
  9. Select the blue “Schedule” button at the bottom right of the page to confirm your appointment with an adviser. Save the Zoom link that is provided in the “Details” section as well as the date and time of your appointment. 
  10. Note: You will need to access your degree evaluation and/or transcript(s) online in order for your advisor to best assist you.

*Only current and incoming SDSU students will be able to access the EAB Navigate system. If you are an incoming SDSU student, please be sure to activate your SDSUid email first, as your SDSUid email will be needed to log into the EAB Navigate system.

If you are a prospective student, please email your questions to


Topics That Can Be Handled Through Appointments:

  • Class Scheduling. We can review your DARS and provide a checklist that outlines the Psychology major/minor requirements that you have left. We can also review courses that are in your schedule planner on WebPortal and determine how they fit into your Psychology requirements.
    • Incoming transfer students: If you would like to plan courses for the upcoming semester(s), please ensure that you have electronic copies of your unofficial transcript(s) as this is what we will use to gauge which Psychology courses are likely to meet our prep and major requirements when SDSU reviews your records. We recommend having these ready and downloaded on your computer for easy access.
  • Declaration forms for the major, emphasis or a minor. We can review your records, provide information on requirements, and complete declaration forms if appropriate. Note: Transfer students cannot declare the major until impaction criteria are completed. However, we can still assist with planning classes.

Topics That Can Be Handled Through Email:

  • Course Eligibility questions. During early registration, course eligibility is not checked. If you sign up for a course and receive a “Contingency” warning, we can check what prerequisite you may not have. Similarly, if you are a transfer student who is trying to meet impaction criteria to declare the Psychology major and have difficulty signing up for upper division courses, we may be able to help. We can also answer any general questions you may have regarding the completion of pre-requisite courses and other Psychology requirements.
    • Use subject heading: Course Eligibility, provide student rank (e.g., junior, senior).
    • Include this information: Course number and section (if applicable).
  • A petition/RAAR is used when you want to see if a course taken at another institution can be equivalent to an SDSU psychology major/minor requirement.
    • Use subject heading: Petitions, provide student rank (e.g., junior, senior).
    • Include this information: The course number from SDSU and the course number, course name, college name, and a syllabus from the other institution. If you do not still have your syllabus, try contacting your former professor or department offering the course before contacting us.
  • IS3D course approvals/petitions. Most IS3D forms can be addressed without an appointment. Scan and attach paperwork in an email to us.
    • Use subject heading: IS3D, provide student rank (e.g., junior, senior).
    • Include this information: Attach form.

For all email questions, be sure to include your first, middle and last name and your rank (e.g., junior, senior, etc.) along with any information requested above. If you have multiple questions, they can go in one email but please adjust the subject heading accordingly. If you have other questions not addressed above, you can email us as well. We can then advise you on whether or not an appointment is needed.

Summer 2021 

Orientation Information for Incoming Students

Welcome to Psychology!

Please make sure to watch the psychology video prepared for your orientation (Freshmen videoTransfer video). It contains information about courses that you have taken and what to do if they do not show up as transferring in to meet a psychology requirement. There are special notes about exceptions that impact some courses you can register for in Fall 2021.

Below is information linked to help you understand psychology degree requirements, a schedule planner for psychology, course prerequisites, courses to help prep for careers, relevant experiences, clubs, and more!

SDSU Transfer Admission Planner (TAP; to check if your previous courses will transfer in for psychology requirements)

Scheduling Courses

Freshman Scheduler

Sophomore Scheduler

Junior Scheduler

Senior Scheduler


Course Prerequisites List for F21  

Courses by Career Path 

Relevant Experiences (PSY 490s classes) 

Psychology-related Clubs and Organizations 

Complementary Minors for Psychology

If you have questions, please see below for information on how to contact us!

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