Psychology Undergraduate Office

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Advising Office

The Psychology Undergraduate Office provides academic advising and a wealth of general resources for Psychology undergraduate students.

The advising office also runs a number of information sessions throughout the year and handles the majority of program and course applications as well as undergraduate summer fellowship programs.


    Julia Marussi

                    Undergraduate Program Coordinator (on leave)

                        Email: undergrad.psych [at] | Phone: 514.398.6121 | Room 469


    Tanya Aiello

                    Student Advising Administrator

                        Email: undergrad.psych [at] | Phone: 514.396.1598 | Room 471


    Paola Carvajal

                    Chief Academic Advisor

                        Email: undergrad.psych [at] | Phone: 514.398.6122 | Room 470


Location & Hours

Location: Department of Psychology, 2001 McGill College, Room 469

To schedule an appointment with an advisor, please see below.

Please note we do not accept drop-ins, advising will be through appointment only.

Academic Advising

Departmental advisors assist students in program planning. To schedule an appointment with Paola or Tanya, please click on the link below. The advising schedule is updated at the end of each week for the following week (typically on Fridays). 

NOTE: If you have questions about graduation, verifying credits for psych program, graduate schools, course equivalencies, OPQ, study abroad, etc., please make an appointment with Paola or Tanya. For advising about Freshman and elective courses, please contact an advisor in your Faculty (Faculty of Arts or Science).   

Note to Psychology students: If you are requesting a permit for a psychology course, please send your request to undergrad.psych [at] Do not book an appointment for this request.

Paola Carvajal: Weekly advising schedule (zoom or in-person)

Tanya Aiello: Weekly advising schedule (zoom or in-person)

When should you see an advisor?

  • Once a year to approve your course selection.
  • If you wish to withdraw from a required course. 
  • If you are seeking course/program equivalency for any studies undertaken abroad.
  • If you are experiencing extenuating circumstances. 
  • If you need general guidance for your studies.
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