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Resources for Undergraduate Students

Welcome to the homepage for current bachelor degree students in the Psychology program at the University of Northern Colorado. This page is here to provide you with easy access to resources to make you successful here on campus. 

Across the required and elective hours of our curriculum, you will develop transferable skills in several areas including research design and analysis, the ability to understand human behavior, recognition of and tolerance for diversity, report writing and presentation, establishing rapport in groups, and critical thinking.

We are home to an active chapter of Psi Chi, the national honor society for psychology students. Psi Chi works closely with the program faculty and provides social and preprofessional opportunities to qualifying students. Also, we strongly encourage high achieving students with an affinity for research and an interest in graduate school to consider applying to the University Honors Program.

Advising Information

You are encouraged to meet with your advisor every semester. This is important to do before you register, as your advisor will discuss your schedule and provide you with your personal identification number (PIN). It is a good idea to arrange to meet with your advisor at least one week before your scheduled registration day.

Still have questions? Learn more about advising for the psychology major on the Academic Advising page.

For tips on studying, writing, test taking, and time and stress management or if you want to learn more about coping with test anxiety, go to the Academic Advising Study Tips page.

Read the School of Psychological Sciences Student Academic Integrity Policy