Schedule an academic advising appointment online with the following links.
Current USF Students (Have your U# ready)
If you are NOT a current USF Student
To Cancel an Appointment
Cancel appointments using eScheduler. eScheduler will restrict access to any student who fails to
attend or cancel their advising appointment.
If you fail to show up for a scheduled advising appointment without canceling prior to your appointment time, you will be
counted as a no show. No shows waste the time of our advisors and take valuable appointment times away from other students.
Undergraduate Studies - Psychology Advising
The Psychology Department maintains an office dedicated solely to advising undergraduates,
both those students who are majoring in Psychology as well as those who are pursuing
a minor. Our mission is to provide information and support that will enable students
to achieve their academic goals. We want to be sure our students stay on track as
they complete the requirements for their degree. To do this, we recommend students
contact an advisor at least once each semester to discuss their progress and plan
for future semesters. We can also discuss with students plans for their futures,
including careers in the discipline and post graduate education. You should also take
advantage of the many resources available to students at
The Career Center.
If you have a quick advising question that does not require a face-to-face meeting with an advisor, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and U-number in the email.
Undergraduate Course Permits
If you would like to request special permission to enroll in a psychology
course at the Tampa campus, please use the Course Permit Request Form. All request will be processed within 2 business days. You will be contacted
if your request for special permission was denied. This request DOES NOT register
for you. You will still be required to add the course(s) via OASIS.
Course Permit Request Form for Undergraduate courses ONLY (For graduate course permits, please visit http://psychology.usf.edu/forms/GradCrsePermit.aspx.)
Please Note: All psychology majors are required to complete
the prerequisites prior to enrolling in 4000 level psychology courses
(See Major Requirements).
D/F Rule and Course Withdrawal Policies
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The advising office will be holding walk-in advising on the following days from 1-4pm:
- Monday, August 22
- Wednesday, August 24
- Thursday, August 25
Walk-in advising is for urgent fall registration questions only and advising sessions are limited to 15 minutes per student. Please do not attend walk-ins to discuss graduate school, careers, research, etc. Come to the advising area of the PCD building (4th floor, near room 4114) to sign in.
Regular advising appointments will be available on non-walk in days. Please use the link on the right hand side of this page to schedule an advising appointment. Quick questions may be emailed to email@example.com (please include your name and U-number if you are a USF student).
Psi Chi Honor Society
Psi Chi Honor Society for Psychology is accepting applications for membership! Applications are due by February 10 and can be found online at http://psychology.usf.edu/psichi.aspx. Psi Chi provides recognition for academic success in psychology, encourage student research, offers various awards and grants, and members are eligible for special offers. Also, check us out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/usfpsichi.
Scholarships for Undergraduate Students
The department offers two scholarships for Psychology undergraduate students. The Stephen and Phillip Deibler Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior Psychology major at USF who plans to pursue graduate study in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. The PAR Scholarship for Excellence in Psychology is awarded annually to an exceptional Psychology major at USF who anticipates graduating in the spring or summer of the following year and pursuing graduate work in Psychology. Please visit our Awards and Scholarships page for requirements, applications, and deadlines.