Sophomore Transition


However you plan to use your education, we have many exciting opportunities available for you!

Advisor Contact


Phone: 480-965-7258



Advising Hours

Choose “Advising Calendar” on the Advising website (it varies by month)

How to schedule appointment

Utilize the “Schedule an appointment” link on your MyASU page.

  • Under “Academic Advising” click the blue arrow and then choose your degree plan
  • Make sure you are logged in with your asurite id and password

From the Department of Psychology Advising website

  • Choose the “Make an appointment” tab and follow the instructions
  • You will be prompted to sign in with your asurite id and password if you aren’t already
  • Alternative: click this link

Psychology Student Groups

  • Psi Chi 
    • Psi Chi hosts various events throughout the school year. These events are open to all ASU students unless otherwise stated. Come learn something new and grab some free food!
    • The best way the stay up to date on Psi Chi events, volunteer opportunities, and more is to follow us on social media:
    • Facebook: @PsiChiASU
    • Instagram: @asupsichi
  • Psychology Engagement Team (PET)
    • Our goal is to have fun while we provide outreach to the community in ways that can have a positive impact on someone’s life.\
    • Connect with us:
    • Facebook: @ASU Psychology Engagement Team
    • Instagram: @getpsychedasu


Student Success Center

Located in PSY 202 (Academic Advising Office)

The Student Success Center is a new service designed to provide coaching for students who are looking to improve their understanding of the science of psychology, writing and statistics. 

Students who are enrolled in the foundational courses (PSY 101, 230, 290) and upper division courses are encouraged to come and master new skills with the instruction of our Student Success Coaches. 


Discover Psychology Week

Begins September 27, 2019

  • Career Development Workshops – Networking, Resume Building, and Navigating a Career Fair
  • Graduate School Fair
  • Research and Teaching Assistant Connection
  • Community Service/Volunteer
  • Career and Internship Fair

 Passport and requirements

The Sophomore Transition Passport is yours to keep track of all the exciting things you are learning about Psychology.  You have the opportunity throughout the month of September to engage in a variety of activities and events designed to familiarize you with Psychology.

Experience at least 5 of these opportunities throughout the month of September to complete your Sophomore Transition Passport:

  • Visit the Psychology Advising Office
  • Meet with a Psychology Advisor
  • Meet with the Psychology Student Success Center for coaching
  • Attend Office Hours with one of your PSY faculty
  • Psi Chi Meeting
  • Psychology Engagement Team (PET) Meeting
  • Graduate School workshop
  • Career Development Workshops – Networking
  • Career Development Workshops – Resume Building
  • Career Development Workshops – Navigating a Career Fair
  • Graduate School Fair
  • Research and Teaching Assistant Connection
  • Community Service/Volunteer
  • Career and Internship Fair
  • Psychology Drop In Hours with a Career Advisor in PSY 202 (9/24/19)
  • Feed Our Starving Children – Community Service Event (9/27/19)


Student Health Services

Student Financial Aid

Counseling Services

Sun Devil Fitness Center

Student Clubs/Organizations