As an undergraduate student at CSU, you have access to a large number of resources both on and off-campus to assist you reaching your academic, personal and professional goals. Within the Department of Psychology, the Advising Team can be instrumental in helping to connect you with those resources that might be most beneficial to your specific needs.
Faculty within our department are a great resource for our undergraduate students. The Department of Psychology has approximately 35 psychologists on its teaching staff, including several who are internationally known in their specialty areas. All hold a doctoral degree, and their interests across research, teaching and service are varied. The department provides high-quality teaching and mentoring to undergraduate (and graduate) students and several faculty members have won awards for excellence in teaching.
Other resources in the Psychology Department include various student organizations.
Here are some of the many additional resources that students find to be helpful.
Accelerated Psychology Program
Beginning Fall 2020, Colorado State University will provide access to Accelerated Programs which can assist students in accelerating their graduation date.
Adult Learner and Veteran Services (ALVS)
ALVS aims to support non-traditional students in their transition to Colorado State University by providing a broad range of resources to aid in the advancement of adult and veteran students both academically and professionally.
Resumes, mock interviews, career tools, job fairs, workshops and more.
Appointments can be made in advance and drop-in hours are offered daily.
CSU Health Network
On-campus medical services, counseling services, health insurance, spiritual care, mindfulness, health education and prevention services, and more.
Eagle Feather Tutoring
A free service available to students in a drop-in or appointment basis in the NACC office.
The current schedule for one-on-one tutoring can be found here.
Opportunities in international research, internship, and studying abroad.
Earn credits to fulfill major or general elective requirements.
Health Professions Advising
For students interested in moving into any health profession.
Professions include dental hygiene, genetic counseling, health administration, respiratory therapy, radiologic technology, anesthesiology assistant, chiropractic, dentistry, medicine, naturopathic medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, optometry, public health, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician’s assistant, podiatry, and veterinary care.
Office of Financial Aid
Information to help you pay your bill, find scholarships, apply for financial aid, upload required documents and more.
Psi Chi and Psychology Student Alliance
Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology.
Once you meet certain standards required by Psi Chi and the Association of College Honor Societies, you have the opportunity to join.
Psychology Student Alliance (PSA).
PSA is a student-led organization that partners with Psi Chi, hosting monthly meetings, service events, and social events for students interested in Psychology
Undergraduates of any year or major are able to join.
Psychological Services Center
A community mental health agency affiliated with the Psychology Department of CSU.
Offers therapy and psychological evaluation services for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
Psychology Computer Lab – located in BSB basement room 009.
This lab available to Psychology student and houses 15 desktop computers, and 1 printer.
Information regarding transcripts, diplomas, RamWeb, transfer credits, enrollment and degree verification, FERPA, repeat/delete policies, planned leave, and more.
Student Disability Center
Providing support for both temporary or permanent limitations including illness/health conditions (physical and mental health).
Limitations include, but are not limited to, mobility, hearing, seeing, and learning.
Chronic illness/health conditions include, but are not limited to, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, celiac, and concussion.
Student Case Management
Student Case Management & Referral Coordination provides crisis prevention and intervention services to help students connect with and navigate resources and services available.
Situations include medical, mental health, behavioral, personal or family crisis, illness or injury.
Student Diversity Programs and Services
CSU takes great efforts to enhance, appreciate and support diversity and multi-culturalism.
These offices include Asian Pacific American Cultural Center (APACC), Black/African American Cultural Center (B/AACC), El Centro, Pride Resource Center, Native American Cultural Center (NACC), Student Disability Center, and Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC).
TILT Learning Programs and Tutoring
Tutoring available in Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, Statistics, and more.
Workshops including time management, stress reduction, overcoming procrastination, networking and more.
Organized study groups.
The Writing Center offers a free service to all students, staff, faculty and alumni as well as Fort Collins Community.
Face-to-face and online consultations are available from all disciplines, and consultants can assist writers in any stage of the writing process.