Psychology Peer Advising
Peer Advisers are advanced Psychology students who are trained to provide academic and career information to Psychology Majors and prospective students. They conduct individual sessions with students, group informational sessions, contribute to the Psychology newsletter, and serve as ambassadors of the Department of Psychology Majors at special events. Students train to be peer advisers during their Junior year and serve as advisers, assisting with the training of new students during their senior year. Two credits per semester are earned using these training and service experiences. For more information, contact the Peer Advising Office in Miller 1106, 568-6214.