Academic Advisor Selection Process

Students may request an academic advisor in the Psychology Department based upon faculty availability and a matching of interests. To request an academic advisor in the Psychology Department, complete the following steps:

  1. Approach a faculty member and ask if they would be willing to serve as your academic advisor. Students are encouraged to meet with their potential advisors in person to better facilitate the academic advising process.
  2. If a faculty member is available and agrees to be your advisor, complete the Advisor Change Request Form available on the Academic Advising website. The form can be found under the Online Forms tab on the left-hand side of the webpage.
  3. Upon submission, the form will be automatically sent to the potential advisor for consideration. You will be notified by email of the advisor's decision.

If you do not know who to ask in the Psychology Department to be your academic advisor, please contact the Department Coordinator for suggestions at trramler@csbsju.edu, or by phone at ex. 3314 or 5484.

 

Please see below for a complete list of faculty in the Psychology Department and their availability to take on new advisees:

 

Faculty Member

Advisee Availability

Dr. Pam Bacon

Unavailable for new advisees

Dr. Ben Faber

Unavailable for new advisees

Dr. Jan Holtz

Available for new advisees

Dr. Aubrey Immelman

Unavailable for new advisees

Dr. Bob Kachelski

Available for new advisees

Dr. Michael Livingston

Unavailable for new advisees
(Study Abroad Fall 2014)

Dr. Rodger Narloch

Available for new advisees

Dr. Lisa Platt

 Unavailable for new advisees

Dr. Laura Sinville

Available for new advisees

Dr. Steve Stelzner

Unavailable for new advisees (Sabbatical Fall 2014)

Dr. Linda Tennison

Available for new advisees

Dr. Richard Wielkiewicz

Available for new advisees