Academic Advising

All Psychology majors must be advised prior to registering for classes. Advising in our department is seasonal, meaning we advise during the 4-5 week window before and during priority registration. Advising for both the summer and fall semesters are done simultaneously during the preceding spring semester. Students are assigned an advisor and typically remain as their advisee until graduation. There are two exceptions: 1) Students who are on academic probation must meet in person with our undergraduate coordinator, Christina Parker christina.parker@southeastern.edu and 2) Students in good academic standing may request to be reassigned to another advisor by contacting scoats@southeastern.edu

2-3 weeks prior to priority registration, students will receive an email from their advisor about advising appointments and procedures. It is the student's responsibility to seek out advising during this time. Students must bring an updated curriculum sheet (see link below) and a tentative list of courses to your advising appointment. Online advising is also available for students in good academic standing. Instructions for online advising in leonet can be found here.  In addition to reviewing the appropriate curriculum sheet, it is imparative that students look over the information provided in the link below titled 'Curriculum Notes and Policies'. Students are responsible for knowing this information and for choosing their classes accordingly.

It is critical that you know your catalogue/curriculum year since course requirements vary by catalogue year. Catalogue year usually coincides with the academic year you became a psychology major at Southeastern. You may verify your catalogue year by checking the student summary section available to you in leonet.

Psychology Undergraduate Curriculum Sheet 

Curriculum Notes and Policies  Catalogue Year Prior to 2017 - 2018

Curriculum Notes and Policies Catalogue Year 2017 - 2018

Find Your Advisor's Name by Clicking Here