Undergraduate Academic Advising

Have an advising question? Be sure to review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below to see if your question has already been asked and answered. Other questions can be answered by making an appointment with an Academic Advisor.

General Undergraduate FAQ

Honours and Specialization FAQ

Academic Advising Appointments

What do academic advisors do?

Academic advisors provide advice about your academic program.  Academic advisors can answer questions about:

  • which program you should be in;
  • whether your progress is satisfactory;
  • what to do if you run into problems in your courses; and
  • graduate school and academic opportunities following graduation.

Academic advisors do not provide career counseling.  For career counselling, you should visit the Career and Placement Services Department.

How can I make an appointment with an acadmic advisor?
If you are currently enrolled in a Psychology program:
  • You can make an appointment with an academic advisor by emailing the main Psychology Department office at psychology.py.reception@concordia.ca.
  • If you have questions about your academic progress you should first obtain a copy of your transcript and use it to complete your program checklist.
  • Advising in the Department of Psychology is reserved exclusively for students currently enrolled in a Psychology program.

If you are not a current student in a Psychology program:

  • Academic advisors in the Department of Psychology will not be able to help you.  Instead, you can call the Student Academic Services Office at (514) 848-2424 ext. 2104 in the Faculty of Arts and Science to make an appointment with an advisor.
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