Undergraduate Student Services

Hello Psychology Dept Students,

We hope you are all doing well. In this period, as UCLA continues with remote instruction and limits the number of people on campus, the Advising Office is providing remote advising services, as our office on campus remains closed for in person advisingPlease continue to communicate with our office via email at undergraduate@psych.ucla.edu  to address student advising questions and concerns. Please include your full name and UID in all emails.

If you have any enrollment questions regarding Psychology courses, please keep in mind that the department will still be enforcing major and class standing enrollment restrictions. If a class and waitlist are full, you may continue to monitor the course through MyUCLA. As we have done in the past, the Psychology Department does NOT issue any PTE numbers for our courses.

We thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. If you ever have any questions about which campus resource to reach out to, do not hesitate to email our office.

Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office
The Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office regulates the policies and requirements for the Psychology, Psychobiology, and Cognitive Science majors and administers special departmental programs.

Psychology Majors & Minors
The Psychology Department offers three undergraduate degrees: B.A. in Psychology, B.S. in Cognitive Science, and B.S. in Psychobiology.

Psychology Major Online Application
For students who entered UCLA as freshmen.

Faculty/TA Office Hours
Office hours are now available online for faculty who are teaching during the current quarter.

Psychology Course Information & Syllabi
The Psychology Department has over 250 courses. Students can review course offerings and previous course syllabi.

Admission & Transfer Credit Information
Transfer credit is given for work completed at previous institutions and with AP credit.

Scholarships & Awards 
Scholarships are available for students participating in research programs and students who have excelled academically.

Graduate School Information
Psychology graduate students and counselors offer information about graduate study in psychology and the application process for major programs.

Help for New Students
Suggestions for preparing for your UCLA experience.

Frequently Asked Questions
More information about student services, Psychology Department majors and enrollment procedures.

The Structure of Your Degree
An outline of the five parts of the UCLA degree.

Helpful Resources for UCLA Students
Links and locations for services outside of the Psychology Department.

Where to Go and Why
How to decide which student service is appropriate for each of your needs.