Undergraduate Advising Hub

I know what you're thinking. Advisement, again? Whether it's that time of the semester or you're just getting an early start, everything you need to know about getting advised with St. John's Psychology can be found below.

Help! I don't know who my advisor is.

Don't stress! Find your name on this list and you'll see your advisor and their contact information. If you have recently changed majors or do not see your name on this list, email us.

How do I set up an advising appointment?

You have to reach out to your advisor and schedule an appointment with them directly. Our main office cannot make advising appointments on your behalf. If you don't know who your advisor is, you can use this link to check. If you have recently changed majors or do not see your name on this list, please call or email us.

What if I'm a member of a group that registers early (e.g., student-athlete, band member)?

You usually register before seniors. You should reach out to your advisor after the course offerings are posted online. Be sure to tell your advisor that you are a member of a group that registers early so that they know to schedule your appointment early during advisement season.

How do I get my advisement report?


1. Find your advisor on the QR code located on the Psychology bulletin board outside Marillac Hall 409. Advisor information will be sent to you via email.

2. Contact your advisor via email to schedule an appointment at a mutually convenient time during their faculty office hours to get advised

3. Download a copy of your advisement report. This is available through signon.stjohns.edu; click on DegreeWork’s App. This report tells you what courses you need to complete for your major and your degree. Make sure you print out the report and bring it with you to your advisement appointment.

4. Before you see your advisor, refer to your DegreeWorks advisement report to determine what classes you need to fulfill your degree. You can also refer to the web for course offerings @ http://www.stjohns.edu/academics/university-course-offerings.

5. Be sure to complete the top portion of the registration form and fill out the form with the classes you plan to take.

6. Any changes after you hand in your form will need to be approved by your advisor.

7. After you get advised, bring your signed registration form to Psychology department-MAR room 409. We need a copy for our records.

8. You can either walk over to SJH room 145 to receive your priority number or you can wait to receive your prn code via email from the Dean’s office close to the start of your web registration time.

For more information regarding registration, check out website: www.stjohns.edu/academics/office-registrar


What if I'm a member of a group that registers early (e.g., student-athlete, band member)?

You usually register before seniors. You should reach out to your advisor after the course offerings are posted online. Be sure to tell your advisor that you are a member of a group that registers early so that they know to schedule your appointment early during advisement season.

What should I bring to my appointment?

The most important document we need from you is your Academic Advisement Report from DegreeWorks.***

Your advisor will have a digital copy of your major requirements and a registration form. Once completed, our office will forward your registration form and advisement confirmation to the SJC Dean's Office, and they will send you a Priority Registration Number.

To locate the Academic Advisement Report:

- Log in to MySJU

- Click 'Academics'

- Click 'Academic Advisement Report Degree Works'

- Click 'Worksheets'

- Click 'Print'

How do I get my Priority Registration Number (PRN)?

You must be advised in order to obtain a PRN. A PRN is required to access class registration.

After you are advised, our office will forward your registration form and advisement confirmation to the SJC Dean's Office, and they will send you your PRN. Typically, the Dean's Office sends you your PRN close to your date of registration. So if you are advised early, you may not receive your PRN until your registration date is approaching.

​This process may take several days, so give yourself plenty of time.

Some files that may be useful...

Advisor List

Web Registration Instructions

Did we miss a question?

If you've read through this page still have further questions about advisement, please reach out to us at psychology@stjohns.edu.