Current student resources
To monitor progress in your undergraduate program, see program progress checklists. Visit our academic advising (FAQ) page to find answers to Frequently Asked Questions or to make an appointment with an academic advisor.
The Undergraduate Program Office for Psychology students is open from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Mondays to Fridays. See further information below for in-person meetings, Zoom drop-in sessions, and academic advising.
Several of the forms below are PDF files. You can fill out a PDF form by downloading the file and following these instructions. This will work with any version of Adobe Acrobat, including the free Acrobat Reader, but not a web browser or preview application.
There are two paths that students who are currently in a Concordia degree program can take to enter a Psychology program.
1) The Change of Concentration process – please consult the info sheet for admission requirements & info session dates.
2) The Internal Degree Transfer process – please consult the info sheet for admission requirements & info session dates.
Note 1: If you are not in a Concordia degree program and you wish to be admitted to a Psychology program, then you must apply through the admissions process.
Note 2: The Department of Psychology is not accepting applications for the Minor in Psychology program for the foreseeable future.
NON-PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
As a non-Psychology student, you are allowed to enroll directly in a 200-level PSYC course. For a 300-level course, you must request permission by attending a course override registration session. For the Winter 2024 term we will continue doing overrides virtually via Zoom. Do NOT come in person for an override session! See the Winter 2024 schedule below. We will see one student at a time on a first-come first-served basis and there will be a Zoom waiting room. If you are waiting for a while, it is normal, we typically have a lot of requests and we will get to you in time. Be sure to have your student ID and the course for which you wish to register noted and ready for when your turn comes up.
Please remember that there are NO GUARANTEES as students in Psychology always have priority. If a course is CLOSED or WAITLISTED, unfortunately, we cannot help. Always check if the course still has OPEN seats before attempting to register. Also keep in mind that non-Psychology students are permitted a maximum of 1 PSYC course per semester up to a total of 4 courses during their undergraduate degree. Note that PSYC 305, 311, 387, and all 400-level courses are unavailable to students outside of Psychology.
Below is the Winter 2024 schedule for course override registration sessions. The Zoom link for all sessions is https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/4283661190
Monday 15 Jan 2024: 11 am – 12 pm
Tuesday 16 Jan 2024: 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Wednesday 17 Jan 2024: 11 am – 12 pm
Thursday 18 Jan 2024: 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Monday 22 Jan 2024: 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Tuesday 23 Jan 2024: 11 am – 12 pm
Wednesday 24 Jan 2024: 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Thursday 25 Jan 2024: 11 am – 12 pm
Monday 29 Jan 2024 - DNE DEADLINE DAY: 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Please note: All forms must be submitted to Psychology.Forms@concordia.ca.
As of the 2023-2024 academic year, you need to complete an MS Forms Request to be considered for PSYC courses that require departmental permission (except the advance experience courses).
- Undergraduate student and faculty research agreement for honours, specialization, and directed research projects (PSYC 387-487, PSYC 485, PSYC 496)
- Application to do a specialization project (PSYC 485)
- Application to do a directed reading/research project (PSYC 387/483/487)
- Career advising in Psychology
- GPA calculator - Determine the effects of re-taking a course on your GPA (Excel spreadsheet)
- OPQ Requirements
- OPQ Undergraduate Requirements for Clinical Psychology
- Psychology Participant Pool – Earn extra credits in participating courses
- Access card request information for non-CSBN members
- Access card request form for non-CSBN members
- CU Department of Psychology FAQs
- Key request information
- WHAT TO REGISTER FOR – common scenarios
- Why choose Concordia if you are planning to study Psychology
Graduate Program Documents
- Accelerated Admission Assessment Form
- Internal Thesis Committee Approval Form - MA
- Internal Thesis Committee Approval Form - PhD
- Guidelines for Supervisory Relationships
- Graduate Policies and Procedures Manual
- Thesis Progress Report
Clinical Psychology Training Program Forms and Documents
- Form Timeline and Instructions
- Clinical Case Logsheet
- Clinical Hours Summary
- Supervisor Evaluation Form
- Feedback Form
- Extramural Application
- Practicum Letter
- CSST Form
- Link to Concordia University Psychology Internship Program (CUPIP) Documents
Other Graduate Resources
- Information on graduate fellowships
- School of Graduate Studies Graduate Handbooks
- School of Graduate Studies Graduate Student Guide
- School of Graduate Studies Guidelines for the Supervision of Master's Students
- School of Graduate Studies Guidelines for the Superivison of PhD Students
- Canadian Psychological Association Ethical Guidelines for Research Supervision in Psychology
- Canadian Association for Graduate Studies Guiding Principles for Graduate Student Supervision
- Key Request Information
- Access Card Request Information for Non-CSBN Members
- Access Card Request Form for Non-CSBN Members
- How to Obtain a Letter of Support for FAS Graduate Student Conference Travel Award
If you do not find what you are looking for, one of the members of our administrative support team will be happy to help you.