Psychology and Child Development

College of Liberal Arts

Tuesday Newsday: March 29, 2022



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  3. Get involved in the Poly Child Development Club, the Psychology Club and Psi Chi (the National Honors Society for Psychology). 
  4. Get advising. Scroll to the bottom of Tuesday Newsday for information about advising appointments and faculty office hours. 


Shout Outs 


Congratulations! to PSY Major Ariadne Kaylor!

Ariadne's research project on the effects of COVID-19 on individuals with OCD was selected by Cal Poly jurors to represent the university at the virtual 2022 CSU Student Research Competition in the BSS (Behavioral and Social Sciences) category on 4/29 & 4/30/22.

A bit about her research...

"Over the past year I have been conducting research investigating the relationships between OCD symptoms, COVID anxiety, and cognitive distortions. Based on previous research, it was hypothesized that participants with more frequent OCD tendencies would exhibit higher COVID-related anxiety. 157 college student participants completed a survey including a measure of coronavirus anxiety as well as a questionnaire about OCD tendencies that fall within four cognitive distortions. Results supported the hypothesis and provided evidence that a tendency towards overestimation of threat may be a predictor of COVID anxiety. Conclusions from this study improve our ability to predict OCD-like issues for the non-clinical population and inform interventions for individuals already diagnosed during times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. This opportunity has been invaluable in developing my career goals and exploring the area of research that I hope to focus on in graduate school! I am so honored to be chosen to represent Cal Poly in the CSU Research Competition, as well as to present my research as a poster at the Western Psychological Conference in April. Thank you to my faculty advisor, Dr. Freberg!"




The following PSYCD courses have a few seats available...


  • PSY 329 Research Methods Section 02 M/F 12-2 p.m.
  • PSY 405 Abnormal Psychology Section 04  M 6- 8 p.m.
  • PSY 430 Sensation and Perception T/Th 9 -11 a.m.
  • PSY 475 Social Psychology of Prejudice T/Th 2-4 p.m.
  • PSY 461 Senior Project Seminar 
  • PSY 480 Cognitive Neuroscience T/TH 2 - 4 p.m.
  • CD 304 Infant and Toddler Development M/W 12-2 p.m.
  • CD 329 Research Methods (both sections)


Registration Tips

  • Check and Double Check: Correct enrollment is your responsibility. Check your class schedule before the Add/Drop deadline. Make sure you are enrolled in the correct courses and to drop any classes you don't intend on taking. The Add/Drop deadline is Thursday, April 7th. If you need to drop after this, see here for more information.


  • Planning Your Courses: The Tentative Course Offerings page shows what PSYCD courses are being planned for Spring, Summer and AY 22-23


  • Understanding Waitlists: The enrollment system automatically monitors class enrollment.  When a space opens up, the first eligible student from the top of the waitlist is added to the class. Not sure how to waitlist a class? Find instructions here.

  • Instructor Communication: Your faculty receive many emails about course enrollment. If they do not respond to you, it's not because they don't care about your concern. Rather, faculty also have to wait for the automated waitlist process to complete - they do not receive permission codes to add students until after the 4th day of spring classes.  If you have an extenuating circumstance that you believe requires special enrollment consideration, please email Dr. Jipson  Make sure that your subject line is very detailed, e.g., "I'm graduating in spring and I still need CD302"

A 1 unit course to consider for Spring 2022...

The PSY 251 Laboratory in Group Activities (BIPOC First Generation College Students Group Dialogue) course was developed in 2013 to provide students with an opportunity to have a safe environment to engage in dialogue and explore issues that are unique to their experiences as underrepresented individuals who experience marginalization in a PWI.

Topics in the curriculum include social identity, microaggressions, stereotype threat, code switching, impostor syndrome, stress and time management, self-advocacycolorism, assertive communication, balancing responsibilities, college success, and self-compassion. Students are encouraged to discover new strengths and potentials that help them thrive at Cal Poly. Students also learn about resources on campus necessary for their academic success. Part of the success of the program is that it allows students to connect with other students who have similar or shared experiences and faculty/staff mentors.

The class is open to students by permission code and usually enrolls between 5-10 students per section each quarter. Students from all colleges and years, both undergraduate and graduate including transfer students, are welcome to enroll. 

A few non-PSYCD courses to consider for Spring 2022...


EDU 400: Developing Teachers of Color

Focused on developing and supporting teachers of color in elementary and secondary (K-12) education. As a learning community, we will discuss and explore structural factors associated with under-representation of teachers of color, culturally sustaining pedagogies, and resources that support the thriving of teachers of color. 

KINE 412: Physical Activity and Public Health  
Physical Activity and Public Health (KINE 412) is a new class being taught for the first time this spring by Dr. Keadle. The course will cover evaluation and application of evidence-based strategies to promote physical activity at the individual, community, and policy levels. It is 3-unit course with the following prerequisites: CRP 214 or HLTH 298 or KINE 319. 
KINE 470: Promoting Infant and Child Health  
Promoting Infant and Child Health (KINE 470) will be offered TR 2:10-4:00pm during Spring Quarter 2022. KINE 470 will introduce advanced students to theory and research related to the promotion of infant and child health in public health settings, with a particular focus on assessing and promoting early relationships to improve child health outcomes. Students will learn how to assess indicators of infant and child health and apply evidence-based intervention strategies to promote it. As part of this
course, students will become certified in the Parent-Child Interaction Feeding Scale, which is a validated assessment and intervention tool widely used in many maternal-child health focused programs (e.g., Early Head Start, The Nurse-Family Partnership) and related professions (e.g., public health nursing, social work, occupational therapy, infant mental health).For more information or a permission number, please contact Dr. Ventura:  

Department Opportunities


The university’s Common Scholarship Application opened 3/7. The common application is linked from Apps in MyPortal and allows students to apply for all CP scholarships for the 22-23 Academic Year with just one application.

The Scholarship Office encourages students to apply by April 30 in order to maximize the opportunities available, although departments may have different deadlines. Students can apply all the way until Feb. 2023 but most scholarships will be awarded before then. 

Apply for a 2021-22 PSYCD Student Award

The Psychology & Child Development Department has approved the use of limited discretionary funds during the 2021-22 academic year for reimbursement of student expenses related to presenting at a conference (in person or virtual).  This award is also available to graduate students attending workshops or other professional development opportunities

Any Psychology or Child Development major, or Psychology graduate student, who spends personal funds towards such an activity may apply for a PSYCD Student  Award. Students may apply for one conference/workshop reimbursement per academic year. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through June 1, 2022.

Please follow these steps at least 2 weeks before the event (if possible).

  • STEP 1: Fill out the Student Award Application as soon as you know you will be requesting financial support to present at a conference or attending a workshop. You can request the application form from Dr. Jipson (
  • STEP 2: If award application is approved, student will be emailed a Travel Request Form. Student are asked to submit this form at least 10 days prior to the conference.
  • STEP 3: Following the conference, preapproved students must send the following information to Christi Brizzolara (
    • Registration fee receipt
    • Description of your experience at the conference/workshop, and a reflection on how  attendance contributed to your professional growth (1-2 pages)
    • If a conference, evidence of your authorship role, such as an acceptance letter or copy of the conference program that includes your name and the title of your presentation.

Show Off Our Department at the X-Games

Let's fleX how fun it is to be a PSYCD student by hosting the First Annual PSYCD X-Games at this year's Cal Poly Open House.  Join us in stimulating prospective students' brains..literally (shout out to Dr. C who will bring her brain stimulating equipment) and figuratively (shout out to those of you who choose to help plan this event)!

Here's the ask...

Can you think of an interesting Psychology or Child Development eXperiment that would be fun to demo with prospective students? Maybe the Stroop Color & Word test? Piaget's Conservation Tasks? Illusions? The Implicit Associations Test?  Or, maybe you would you like to share your own coursework, research work, or senior project?The goal is to have highly interactive eXperiments and eXperiences for the families and prospective students that come to Open House. 

Use this link to share your ideas for engaging X-Games, flash talks, research posters, etc.

X-Games Ideas and Support Survey

Interested in using social psychology to design a social media campaign focused on collective responses to public health challenges?

Professor Langner is seeking students who have completed at least one social psychology course and have familiarity with social media (e.g., Instagram, TikTok). If you are interested, please email ( and indicate your relevant background, how soon you can start, and whether you are interested in independent study credits for Spring quarter.


Psi Chi


Yoga Fusion with Dr. C
Join me for an invigorating mind-body, music-driven workout! We'll fuse the flow and mindfulness of yoga with the core work of pilates as we explore our strength, balance, flexibility, and breath. All bodies and experience levels welcome; no prior yoga/pilates training needed. Please sign up below. Also, please enter through the Rec center's lobby and you must show your green pass. 
A great way to build up your resume to prepare for your career or graduate school is to get volunteer experience. PSI CHI will be hosting a volunteer event on Sunday April 10th from 10am-12pm at the SLO Botanical Gardens. This is a great opportunity to build connections with fellow peers and open doors for volunteer opportunities. Please fill out the interest form by Wednesday, April 6th to RSVP. Details regarding the event and logistics will be sent to your email.


Psi Chi Membership Scholarship
This year, Cal Poly's Psi Chi chapter is awarding scholarships to those in need; these scholarships will be in the amount of membership dues. We want to provide everyone with the opportunity to join Psi Chi and receive membership benefits, so please apply for the scholarship if you are in financial need. If you have any questions, please email psichislo@calpoly.eduForm Link:
Share your ideas
Psi Chi is devoted to hosting events that interest our members. Please fill out the form below to share what events you'd like to participate in and the times you can attend.Form Link:

Psychology Club


Are you interested in getting more involved with psychology and expanding your network, making new friends, and planning awesome events? We are super stoked to announce that Psychology Club is now accepting applications for next year’s board! Being on board is an excellent way to gain leadership skills, meet other outstanding students, and get involved in the department and community. Holding a board position is a great addition to your academic career, allowing you to connect with faculty, and other students in leadership roles.

Positions available this year include:
Social and DEI Chairs
Treasurer (and Professional Development Chair)
Event Coordinators
Media Liaison

You don’t have to be a psychology/child development major/minor! We are open to anyone. Our current media liaison came in as an architecture major;) Apply here:
Poly Child Development Club

(no planned events this week)



CLA Summer 2021 Undergraduate Research Program (SURP)

Applications are now being accepted for the CLA Summer Undergraduate Research Program.  Up to 15 faculty projects will be available for student applications.  Students must apply by Friday, April 29, 2022.  Please join us for information sessions to address additional questions.  Full details available in the SURP Request for Proposals.

Student Information Meeting will be held virtually April 14th, 11:10am-12pm Questions should be directed to Dawn Neill, Director of Research Engagement and Internationalization, CLA

NEW CLUB: Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science

It's official, SACNAS is a new club on campus, and we are looking to increase our membership!  Are you a student in STEM interested in cultivating a society of diversity, inclusivity, and belonging at Cal Poly? Consider joining the newly created SACNAS chapter at Cal Poly SLO. SACNAS [Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science] is an all-inclusive and supportive organization with opportunities to immerse yourself in research, professional development, and multicultural celebrations. For every academic/career path, SACNAS will connect you to the right people, programs, and resources for you to grow. 
Follow our Instagram page for updates, resources, and links to general meetings.  
Account: @sacnas_calpolyslo Sign up to join the email list here

Opportunities Through CESAME

Learn more here!

Learn more here!

Teacher Assistants in Math and Science (TeAMS)

A paid teaching opportunity with 7th–12th grade students tutoring in a virtual or in-person format. $16/ hour for 6–10 hours per week. Students can apply at Visit the TeAMS website HERE!




CLA Social Media and Digital Content Student Assistant

The College of Liberal Arts is hiring a social media and digital content student assistant the begin training in the 2022 spring quarter. Joining the communications team, this position will manage social media accounts, write short-form news updates, and create/update website content. Day to day tasks will include drafting and posting stories to social media, pitching and execute social media campaigns, compiling stories and events for monthly newsletters and publications, and tracking media mentions and website analytics.

  • Draft and post professionally written social media posts for a variety of audiences including students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and administrators
  • Pitch and execute creative social media campaigns to boost engagement on platforms including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram
  • Research topics and pitch story ideas that are relevant to the College of Liberal Arts and its 17 departments with the opportunity to write for college publications
  • Track and summarize media mentions of CLA faculty, staff and students
  • Assist with routine website news updates, reports, and file/user management
  • Compile monthly reports on social media and website analytics
Required skills include: being an excellent writer with attention to detail, knowledge of AP style and ability to learn Cal Poly editorial style guidelines, professional email communication, ability to comprehend the guidelines of an assignment and then proceed independently with minimal direction, ability to multitask and meet deadlines by working both independently and collaboratively, capacity to enthusiastically contribute to a collaborative and creative environment
This position begins in Spring, lasts through summer, and into the '22/23 academic year. 

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Cara King ( by Friday, April 15

Lab Manager Position: Smith College

The Mind in Development Lab (P.I. Dr. Maya Rosen) in the Neuroscience Program at Smith College (Northampton, MA) invites candidates to apply for a lab manager position beginning September 2022. Our research examines the impact of environmental experience on children’s development. Many of our projects focus on understanding the neural, environmental and cognitive mechanisms explaining disparities in long-term outcomes including academic achievement and mental health. 

Under the supervision of Dr. Rosen, the individual in this position will be involved in managing an active research lab and a large NIH-funded study. The candidate will participate in all aspects of the research process, including recruitment of children and families, preparation of IRB applications, data collection from children and caregivers, programming behavioral tasks, and maintenance of a database for participant recruitment and tracking. These duties will primarily focus on a longitudinal study examining the neural, cognitive and environmental mechanisms linking socioeconomic status and academic achievement. Data collection for this study involves acquisition of functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) and MRI data, intensive measures of the home environment, and cognitive and academic assessments.  

Application review will begin on April 1st. To learn more and apply, please click here.

Memory and Computational Cognition Lab - Rutgers University

The Memory & Computational Cognition Lab (MC2) directed by Dr. Kimele Persaud at Rutgers University – Newark is looking to hire a full-time lab manager/research specialist. This position will manage and contribute to research on understanding how individuals across different groups leverage their prior knowledge and expectations to help encode, store, and reconstruct information from memory. The responsibilities of the lab manager include developing and implementing online and in-person laboratory experiments with both adults and children, scheduling and testing participants, performing data analysis, and other general office related tasks (e.g., sending emails, ordering supplies, hosting lab meetings, etc.). The position requires keen attention to detail, organizational and planning abilities, and excellent interpersonal skills. This position is for an initial contract of one-year, with the possibility of two additional years pending positive performance. The preferred start date is June 15, 2022.  For more information about MCLab research, please visit,

To apply, please email a cover letter, a resume or CV, and the name, title, and email addresses of at least two academic or professional references. Review of application materials will continue until the position is filled. 
Lab Manager Position at the Harvard CoCoDev Labs
The Computational Cognitive Development Laboratories at Harvard University, directed by Drs. Tomer Ullman (Psychology) and Elizabeth Bonawitz (Grad. School of Ed) are currently recruiting a full-time Lab Manager to coordinate and conduct research. The lab manager will be responsible for recruiting and overseeing studies in both labs. (You can learn more about our research here: Ullman, and here: Bonawitz).
The primary role of the lab coordinator will be to support research activities in both labs, including helping to coordinate online research studies with adults, as well as work with local schools and community organizations to recruit participants and organize data collections. The lab coordinator will also be expected to (1) play an active role in training and supervising undergraduate researchers, (2) carry out administrative duties, such as daily record keeping, data management, and equipment purchase, and maintenance of lab participant database, (3) coordinate between two independent research labs, and (4) provide general support of researchers.  The candidate will also have the opportunity to play an active role in research by helping conduct experiments with infants, children, and adults in laboratory and school settings, and gaining experience in computational modeling and programing if desired. Past lab managers have been authors on lab publications and gone on to pursue a PhD in related fields.  Preferred start date is June 1st (with some flexibility), with a 2-year desired commitment. 
  • Bachelor's degree in related scientific field or discipline, or an equivalent combination of education and/or relevant research experience and knowledge of general principles and practices within a discipline and ability to use that knowledge for practical application. 
  • Administrative experience and experience working with children is a plus.
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills, an ability to work independently, and an interest in cognitive psychology are a must. 
  • Computer literacy, including coding experience, and familiarity with statistical analysis and related programs in e.g. R, Python, a plus. 
  • The applicant should be comfortable interacting with children of all ages, with undergraduate students, and especially with parents and community members. 
  • Ability to feign amusement at a continuous barrage of mediocre jokes is encouraged**. 
**Including this.
To apply, please be prepared to upload a cover letter, CV/Resume (that includes a list of relevant coursework and GPA), and the names of 2-3 references in our online portal here: Questions may be directed to (Mr. John Muchovej: The cover letter should describe your relevant coursework, research experience, computer skills, and why you are excited about the position. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis; we will begin reviewing files on March 18th.


Summer Professional Development Award: Temple University Infant & Child Lab

The Temple Infant & Child Lab is offering a summer professional development award to bright, energetic students who are eager to peer into the world of child development. The lab conducts both theoretical and applied research on language acquisition, spatial learning, memory development, and playful learning in children aged 2 years to 7 years. 

Students selected for this award will receive hands-on experience in various aspects of the research process. Each student will train on one or two research projects led by Dr. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and will be paired with a graduate student or post-doctoral fellow mentor who will serve as a resource for questions about their areas of research and graduate school. Each selected student will receive an award of $1,500. This professional development program will take place over 8 weeks during the summer of 2022.

If interested, please send a resume/CV and cover letter to Jelani Medford, Lab Manager, at Applications will be accepted until Monday, April 4th, 2022. Please visit our website for more information about the lab.

Please check Tuesday Newsday archives for past info on opportunities.



Family Care Network Rehabilitation Specialist Position


The Institute of Reading Development: Now Accepting Applications for Summer 2022

The Institute of Reading Development is now hiring summer teachers for our live online reading skills programs for students of all ages. Our programs provide students with the skills, books, and experiences they need to achieve greater success in school and beyond.  There will be opportunities for continued employment with the Institute after the summer. Apply Now  Learn more about us and our reading programs at



Children's Hospital of Philadelphia: Clinical Research Project Manager

The Very Early Onset (VEO) Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research Project Manager will join a highly productive team focused on uncovering underlying genetic and immunologic reasons that may contribute to the development of the disease and may help with providing new treatment options. 

This management role entails providing clinical organizational support for the research in the VEO Program, directed by Dr. Judith Kelsen, MD. We are seeking a full-time clinical research project manager who interfaces with clinical care and research teams for the complete coordination of specific clinical research projects. Coordination responsibilities include, but are not limited to, organizing the recruitment of research participants, interfacing with clinical care and lab staff to schedule research visits, ensuring adherence to study protocols, preparing and submitting regulatory documentation to the Institutional Review Board, ensuring clinical study databases are maintained and up to date, and overseeing clinical research coordinators. Applicants should have experience working in a clinical setting.  

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia: Clinical Research Assistant

The Center for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease is looking for candidate to join the research team assisting with a variety of studies. The successful candidate will be a good multitasker, have great organizational skills and pays close attention to details. The day-to-day responsibilities of this role will be participant recruitment, informed consent, data collection and extraction, sample collection, and communicating with participants and their families. The applicant could work on multiple research studies at any given time and is expected to work comfortably as part of a research team. The focus of the research will be on inflammatory bowel disease.


UCSD Social Cognition and Learning Laboratory: Lab Coordinator Position

The Social Cognition and Learning Laboratory (, directed by Dr. Lindsey Powell, is seeking a full-time lab manager to begin Summer 2022, with a start date in late June or early July preferred.

The lab uses behavioral and neural (fNIRS) methods to investigate the development of social cognition and how it impacts learning from others in infancy and early childhood. The lab manager’s responsibilities will center on research activities including recruiting, scheduling, and testing participants; creating experimental stimuli; and training and managing undergraduate RAs to collect and code data. The position will also involve administrative duties such as maintaining and purchasing lab equipment; maintaining and updating IRB protocols and participant databases; and maintaining the lab website and social media outreach. The lab manager will also organize and attend weekly lab meetings and is encouraged to attend other scientific talks and be a member of the intellectual community at UCSD.

The position will involve working closely with the PI and other senior researchers in the lab, and will present the opportunity to build skills in designing experiments and analyzing, presenting, and publishing data. The position is ideal for a recent college graduate interested in gaining research experience before deciding whether to pursue graduate study.

For the full job posting, and to apply, see here!


Research Coordinator Position Available— Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA 

The Applied Mind and Health (AMH) Lab, directed by Dr. Stacey Doan at Claremont McKenna College in the Department of Psychological Science, seeks a full-time (with benefits) research coordinator/manager beginning the Summer of 2022. Our research focuses on emotions, stress, relationships, and their implications for mental and physical health. Our work is funded by the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation. The research coordinator will work closely with the PI and lab group on a research program investigating how emotions and relationships affect behavior, health, and physiological outcomes in children, adolescents, and young adults. 

Responsibilities include: overseeing day-to-day lab operations, managing, hiring, coordinating, training, and working with undergraduate research assistants, designing and implementing experiments, data management and analysis, participant recruitment and scheduling, conducting literature reviews, maintaining IRB protocols, budgeting, website, etc., planning and leading lab meetings and social events.

Preferred qualifications: a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, extensive research experience in a psychology lab, experience or a desire to learn psychophysiological and hormone data collection and analysis, detail-oriented, excellent organizational and multitasking skills, and ability to work independently, strong interpersonal, communication, and writing skills, strong analytical skills (e.g., experience with SPSS, R.) 

To apply, please submit a cover letter, CV/resume, and a list of potential recommenders to Dr. Doan at Please use the subject line “Lab Coordinator Position." Applications are due May 1, 2022. Questions about this position should be directed to Dr. Stacey Doan at

Associates in Early Intervention: Child Development Specialist Position

 $23-25/ hour for direct client contact/ billable time, plus mileage reimbursement, travel time reimbursement (between home visits), and other benefits. Part time (minimum 20 hrs/week) or Full time.

To apply, contact Julie Johnson:, (805) 260-6975

Kids Connection Developmental Therapy Center

For more information about Bright Life Play School, see here!


Seneca Family of Agencies Support Counselor

See more about the available positions here.

The Boys & Girls Club of the Mid Central Coast

The Boys & Girls Club of the Mid Central Coast (BGCMCC) is opening a new club at Laguna Middle School! The club is hiring for an Assistant Club Director, 3 Youth Development Professionals (YDP) to work Part Time and 2 YDP’s to work during lunchtime. For any questions, please contact Griffin Cook at

Share Your Views with the Student Advisory Committee 

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The PSYCD Student Advisory Committee provides consultation to the faculty on relevant undergraduate and graduate student issues.

They are ready to bring your comments and concerns to the department so email any member directly. Read about and find contact information for the committee members here: Student Advisory Committee   



SPRING 2022 office hours will be posted soon on the PSYCD Website. Remember that these times are reserved for you! Drop in with advising questions, career/graduate school questions, or just to introduce yourself and chat.

  • Remember: Your faculty advisor can serve as your academic and career mentor and their signature is often needed for important paperwork. Be sure to reach out to talk with your faculty advisor on a regular basis. PSY First Year Students and new transfers received an email from the department with the name of your faculty advisor. CD students can find their advisor under Academic Advising on our department website. Students admitted into the PSYCD majors through ICMA will receive an email with advisor information.
  • Returning students can contact the department office if you need to be reminded of your faculty advisor's name and contact information.
  • Dr. Jipson is also available to advise students advise about minors, ICMAs, course schedules, and graduation requirements.*  Her office hours are listed below.  Please use the calendar links below to sign up for appointments.  

*All internship-related questions should be directed to Dr. Julie Garcia.

Dr. Jipson's In-Person Advising

Use this link to schedule:

  • Mondays 11-1/Thursdays 9-11 a.m.: In person advising only. Students can schedule a 15 minute time slot using the In-Person calendar link above, or drop in.  If dropping in, priority will be given to those with an appointment.

Dr. Jipson's Zoom Advising

Use this link to schedule:

  • Tuesdays 1-2 p.m/ Wednesdays 8:30-10:30 a.m.. Zoom advising only.  Students can schedule a 15 minute time slot using the Zoom appointment calendar link.


College of Liberal Arts Advising

CLA Advising is available to assist with registration, academic planning, general education and other degree requirements. referral to support services, advice about major changes, and academic policies and procedures.
CLA Advising Center Hours and Contact Information: 
In-person & Zoom Appointments: 
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 12:00pm & 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Virtual Fridays: 9:00 am - 12:00pm & 1:00pm - 4:00pm
To schedule an appointment, see website. 
Zoom Drop-In Advising: 
Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 12:00pm & 2:00pm – 4:00pm 
(hours extended during busy times, see website)
No in-person drop-in advising
Phone: (805) 756-6200



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