The Department of Psychology cordially invites you to:
THE FALL MAJORS FORUM
For Psychology and Neuroscience & Behavior
THURSDAY, Nov. 8
7:10 PM in 200B Schermerhorn Hall
Preprofessional Advising and the Office of Global Programs present:
Pre-med Study Abroad Information Session
Tuesday, October 23rd
401 Lerner Hall
Pre-Med & Study Abroad - It's possible and encouraged!!
Come to this session to learn more about the many benefits. Join recently returned students to learn about hot to be both premed and have a study abroad experience.
Beginning at 10 pm on Friday, October 12th, Nightline re-opened for service.
Students can call Nightline to talk about any issue: anxiety, drugs, conflict, relationships, love, family, health, roommates, addiction, regrets, procrastination, exams, problems, abuse, self-harm, confusion, time-management, ANYTHING. If you know a student struggling, or in need of speaking to someone, suggest Nightline as one of many Columbia resources.
10:00 p.m. - 3:00 a.m. Nightly
**FOR SEAS SOPHOMORES ONLY!!
It is time to declare your major!
The SEAS Major Declaration Web page is now live. When you are ready, please click here to declare: http://www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu/csa/seas_majordec/declare.php
Are you a SEAS student Interested in studying in Paris?
Trying to figure out what is possible and how you can earn the right credits needed for your major?
Then come to a meeting with Florence Mayo-Quenette, Director of International Student Programs at Ecole Centrale, located just 30 minutes by public transportation from Paris, to learn more.
Wednesday, November 7th
Handling Stress & Student Wellness
By Will Hughes CC '13
**The deadline for application to the Student Travel Grant program has been extended to October 26
TIPS FOR FIRST-YEARS
1) Professors are friendly- office hours are a good thing.
2) No one expects you to figure everything out as soon as you get here.
3) It’s not a competition on who can sleep the least or stress out the most.
4) You’re not going to be a New Yorker in a day- it’s okay if you get off on the wrong subway stop.
5) Find your library- try different study spaces.
6) Student rush tickets and the TIC are good deals.