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Advising

Whether pursuing internships or registering for classes, students can turn to their advisors for help. Advisors refer students to appropriate on- and off-campus resources, assist in academic planning, and provide career development support.

Advising office

The first stop in psychology for all academic and career advising is the Psychology Advising Office. The office is staffed by upper-class psychology majors who have been through extensive training and are there to find the best resources for each student who requests services.  Whether it is training on using the Academic Advising Report and Planner in OneIU, helping review a course plan or scheduling an appointment with one of our staff advisors, our Peer Advisors are a terrific resource for you.

Make an Appointment

  • Call 317-274-6765 or stop by the office in LD 123
  • General Advising Questions? Email us or drop in during office hours

Psychology advisors by student last name

  • Jared Trulliner has students with last names  A - G   
  • Beth Goodman has last names H - N   
  • Loukisha Porter has last names O - Z  

Psychology/Neuroscience Peer Advising office

  • Monday: 9:00 - 4:00
  • Tuesday: 9:00 - 4:00
  • Wednesday: 9:00 - 5:00
  • Thursday: 9:00 - 4:00
  • Friday:  noon - 3:00

Resources

If a current student, see the current student section of the admissions page and declare your major in Psychology.

Psychology Resource Center

The Psychology Resource Center, located in LD 129, offers mentoring and support for undergraduate students in their psychology courses.  The center is open approximately 40-50 hours per week, Monday through Friday.  Help is free and available on a walk-in basis.

The PRC's target audience is students enrolled in Introductory Psychology, B110, as well as statistics and research courses including B305, B311, and psychology capstones.  Students may come to the center seeking help with homework exercises, study skills, exam preparation strategies, essay and paper writing, logging into Sona (human research participant pool), and any anything else related to their courses.
 
For assistance for specific courses, contact your instructor or check on the PRC door (LD129).

Other resources

Science Pre-professional & career preparation (PREPS)

  • Learn more about and plan for graduate or professional (medical, dental, law, etc) school
  • Explore career options and evaluate majors based on your interests, skills and values
  • Find jobs, internships and job-shadowing programs
Visit Science career site

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