Are you planning to attend graduate school?
The Career Development Center (CDC)
Located on the second floor of Glendening Hall (211), the CDCenter is a great resource for professional/graduate school research, career exploration and internship/employment opportunities.
Join MentorNet! What is graduate school really like? How can you make the most of your first "real" job? The CDC's MentorNet directory gives students and recent graduates the opportunity to learn about graduate study and the world of work by connecting with professionals in their field of interest. Relevant mentors can be easily identified by searching the database according to major, graduate degree, occupation, location, or keyword. Contact the Career Development Center at email@example.com to obtain a unique username and password.
The Psyc Student Lounge
With a great view of the pond next to Campus Drive, this space on the first floor of Goodpaster Hall (between rooms 127 & 128) is a nice place to study for a while or wait for meetings.
--See the Psychology Student Information Center next to GH123 for hard copy versions of Recommendation Request Form, Career, Grad School, Academic Planning, Degree Requirement, ACE Declaration and SMP info--
Current Psyc Class Tutors (Need some help? Don't be afraid to ask for it! That's what tutors and TAs are here for!)
Planning Your Psychology Major (What courses to take and when)
Getting Started on Your SMP in Psychology (Who, what, when, why & the Declaration of Intent Form)
Wiki for Effective Psyc Presentations (Instructions for Large Format Posters & Lectures w/ PPT Examples & Templates)
Psychology Research Fund (Information and application form)
Career Planning & Links (Careers in psychology & courses you might want to consider)
Graduate School Info (GRE Tips, What to include in Personal Statements, etc)
Recommendation Request Form (must use to request letters of recommendation from Psychology professors- for grad school or job applications)
GPA Calculator (allows you to enter grades for up to 50 courses)
APA Style Help
Undergraduate Psychology Journals (Submit your work for publication)