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Undergraduate Advising

The Undergraduate Advising Office is in the Psychology Department Office, Room 611 Hunter North
Undergraduate Advisors: Dr. Lynne Kemen & Jean Ryan, MA


Advising Hours

Advising hours may change from week to week, so please refer to the following for the coming week's schedule.

If you have a question that you think has a straightforward answer, please email us at Otherwise, please visit us during advising hours.

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

Registration/Advising Policies

Students who do not have the necessary prerequisites will not be permitted to register. The department does regular audits, and you will be dropped from any courses for which you do not have the appropriate prerequisites. This may jeopardize your financial aid or full-time status. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that these requirements have been met.

Please bring your transcripts from all schools when meeting with an advisor.

Graduation audits and U.S. transfer credit evaluation (provide catalog course description) by Inbox only.


Psychology 201 Independent/ Filed Study (3 Credits)

Psychology 201 is not a required class for psychology majors, but it is extremely important for any student who wishes to apply for graduate school.  Click here for more details.


Resources: Notifications and Forms

There are a number of Advising Bulletin Boards in the corridor outside of Room 611HN. 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. Be sure to check the third bulletin board on your left as you leave the Psychology Office. The Advising Calendar on this bulletin board lists all meetings sponsored by the Advising Office. Check the bulletins boards regularly for up-to-date information.


Psychology Major Handbook

Written by current Psychology Majors at Hunter College.


Psychology Major Advice