Welcome to Psychology

The Psychology Department at the University of Guelph is in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The Department offers undergraduate honours programs leading to a B.A. or B.Sc. degree. The number of Psychology majors across these programs exceeds 750.

Graduate Studies are offered in 4 areas of study. Graduate studies in Psychology - Details

To learn more about the Undergraduate Course Credit Structure and more see the FAQ.

Winter'20 Course selection - closed

Summer'20 Course selection

The S20 schedule will be posted on Webadvisor on Tuesday February 18.

Undergraduate course selection for S20 will open on March 2 using course selection windows. You can read more about S20 course selection and the windows here

Waiver requests (Psychology courses)

Course instructors DO NOT sign waivers.

If it is possible for a restriction to be lifted from a course, this has been done.

Course selection FAQ's - https://www.uoguelph.ca/registrar/courseselectionfaq

BA independent study information: https://www.uoguelph.ca/psychology/page/ba-independent-study

BSc independent study information: https://www.uoguelph.ca/psychology/page/bsc-independent-study

Honours thesis information: https://www.uoguelph.ca/psychology/page/undergraduate-honours-thesis

Psychology Faculty Advisors
drop in advising hours or by appointment

Elena Choleris (NEUR major/minor)

Advising hours: Tuesday/Thursday 4:30-5:30

email: echoleri@uoguelph.ca
MCKN 4020


Chris Fiacconi (PSYC major/minor, PBC)

Advising hours: Tuesday/Thursday 12:00-1:00

email: cfiaccon@uoguelph.ca

MCKN 3019


Dan Meegan (PSYC and PSYC co-op)

Advising hours Tuesday 12:30-2:00


MCKN 3018


Leanne Son Hing (PSYC and honours thesis)

Advising hours: Thursday 3:30-4:30

email: sonhing@uoguelph.ca

MCKN 3010

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Graduate Programs

Be sure to check out the deadlines for our graduate programs so your application is submitted on time.