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Undergraduate Advising

Students seeking advising should write inquiries to PSYCHADV@HUNTER.CUNY.EDU.

Advisors will be available via e-mail and Zoom calls. 

Advising Hours

2020 Spring Term


Session I

Session II

10:30 - 12:30 PM ----
3:30 - 6:00 PM
10:30 - 12:30 PM
---- 3:30 - 6:00 PM
10:30 - 12:30 PM ---- 3:30 - 6:00 PM
10:30 - 12:30 PM ---- 3:30 - 6:00 PM

10:30 - 12:30 PM ----
No evening advising

Advising is held via e-mail and zoom calls until further notice.
Advising hours may change from week to week, so please check back periodically for the most up-to-date schedule.

-Note: There is no advising held between the hours of 12:30 - 3:30 PM.
- Note: There is no evening advising held on Fridays unless otherwise specified.

Important Dates:
4/07/2020: Classes follow a Wednesday schedule
4/08/2020 - 4/10/2020: Spring Recess
5/14/2020: Last day to withdraw from a course with a grade of 'W'






Maria Helena Reis

Jean Ryan, M.A.

Eli Rodriguez

Phone: 212-772-5550
Office: Room 611, Hunter North



Advising Resources

Notifications and Forms

Please visit the advising office located in the Department of Psychology at Hunter North, Room 611 for the most up-to-date advising forms.

There are also a number of Advising Bulletin Boards in the corridor outside of Hunter North, Room 611. These display a Calendar of Advising Events and information about registration, advising hours, jobs, psychology in the news, and other topics of interest to majors.


Registration Policies

Matriculated Students

Students are encouraged to speak with a psychology advisor to get the most accurate information about pre-requisites in the curriculum. Please note, if a student is dropped from (a) course(s), it may jeopardize any financial aid awards for the current and subsequent semesters. Students are encouraged to speak with their general advisor in the Advising Services located at Hunter East, Room 1119 to confirm financial aid compliance.


Non-Matriculated / Visiting Students

All visiting (non-matriculated / non-degree) students must bring printed copies of all relevant transcripts from previous colleges when meeting with an advisor.

The pre-requisites for all courses are firm and must be met in order to be granted permission. The college mandates departmental consent for any and every class a visiting student wishes to enroll in, regardless if the pre-requisite has been completed in residence. Permissions are not granted over e-mail, therefore, you must visit an advisor in person.

Please refer to the Hunter College Catalog for more information on Psychology courses.


Senior Auditors

Senior auditors are allowed to audit any class ranging from 100 to 300-level, with the exception of PSYCH 248 and PSYCH 250.

Similar to visiting students, the college mandates all senior auditors receive departmental consent for any and every class they wish to enroll. Note: permission is only granted if the class has available seats in the system.


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