Department of Psychology
Department of Psychology

Registration Information

Spring registration is Monday, October 28th-November 8th,  2019

Registration advising is NOT required for psychology majors. Still want advising? Go here first. 
Here’s how you can prepare yourself for registration!

1. Check your Registration Information Sheet (RIS) for your registration times and any bars; for questions about how access times are assigned, click here.

2. Review your Degree Audit to see which requirements you lack. Click “Access IDA Now”⇒ “Audit Results” on the left side—there should already be a recent audit. 

3. Look at your degree plan

4. Look at the Spring 2020 course schedule, out Wednesday, October 16th for class options.

5. Check pre-requisites by clicking on the unique number (blue 5-digit # on course schedule). The Psychology Department strictly enforces pre-requisites for psychology courses. 


We will offer registration advising as both walk ins & appointments from October 14th-November 8th. 
APPOINTMENTS: 1:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m., 20 minutes. Students who show up 10+ min. late need to come in during walk-ins the next day.

WALK-INS8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., 15 minutes or less, for quick issues.

You will have assigned times for advising, based on your registration time:

-If you are a senior or have priority registration*Oct. 14-18.
-If your access time is October 31 - November 1Oct. 21-25.
-If your access time is November 4 - 5Oct. 28–Nov. 1.
-If your access time is November 6 - 7Nov. 4-7.
-Nov. 8th: Walk-ins only; 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

We will be opening up booking one week at a time, on the preceding Thursday. All booking will be online, unless there are special circumstances.

*How do I know if I have priority registration? Generally you will already know if this applies to you; some examples include: student athletes, students with certain accommodations through SSD,  etc.

Other Helpful Tips!

1. If you are taking a prerequisite course (such as Math, hours to Upper-division standing) outside UT--you must transfer it to UT beforehand, and/or show proof of completion in the course before you add the course. Documentation (such as a grade report) can be submitted to the Psychology Advising Office in-person in BUR 230 or via email to

2. Graduating Seniors: Registration issues with Psychology courses? Come in as soon as possible! 

3. You can review Past Course Syllabi using the syllabi database

4. Check out our list of suggested electives; the list may be found in BUR 230.

5. If you are NOT able to come to advising during your assigned days, you will be bale to make an appointment after registration to have your advisor check your schedule. 

6. All other appointment types will start again Tuesday, November 12.

PHONE: (512) 471-4410
HOURS: Monday–Friday: 8 AM–12 PM, 1 PM–5 PM

The Psychology advisors see students based on student last name:

A - E: Allison CawveyBUR 230C
F - K: Jay BrownBUR 230B
L - Q: David ValenzuelaBUR 230E
R - Z: Joel Mendolusky, BUR 230D 

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