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The Department of Psychology

The College of Education & Human Service Professions

Kamal Gindy  Peer Advising

Peer advising is a friendly resource for psychology majors and psychology minors to get answers to their questions about classes, scheduling, graduate school preparation, and the benefits of being a psychology major. Stop by and meet us. We are located in Bohannon Hall room 322.  Advisors are willing to meet with you on campus or by email if needed. Please feel free to walk in and ask for one of the peer advisors. We’ll be glad to answer your questions or help you to find resources around campus to answer them.


Peer advisors can help you through the roller coaster ride of college experience by helping with questions about your classes, clubs and activities, Graduation Planner, APAS report, and more! 

Meet them in person in the Psychology Department Bohannon 322 or email them at peerhelp@d.umn.eduYou can also call them at: 726-6215


New this Fall - Online Peer Advising

Office hours will be on Monday and Wednesday between 4-5pm. Kyle Bernier will be online during that time. Feel free to send him an email (, start an instant messenger chat, or a video call. For students without a email, they can email or start a chat. Click Here for the video call.

If you do not want to start a video call, you may start an instant messenger chat in Google Mail. To start a chat, go to the search bar on the left side of the screen. Make sure you are set to "available" by clicking on your profile image. Type in the name Kyle Bernier, however over it, and go to "invite to chat."

We are now on Facebook!


Check out our video: Advisor YouTube Video

Click here to meet the 2015-2016 Psychology Peer Advisors

Peer Advising Group Photo


        Fall 2015

       How Can I Become a Peer Advisor?

The benefits of being a peer advisor

You gain applied psychology experience and an understanding of advising procedures.


How Can Peer Advisors Help Me?

The location, times, and contacts available: