Your Council Members

Hello psych students! Our names are Julia, Montana, and Kinsey. We are your council members for the year. This means we sit in on School of Psychology meetings and vote on matters that affect undergraduate students. We would love to raise any concerns or ideas you have about the program to administration. The next department meeting will be held in the first week of December. We are also happy to answer any questions you have or just chat with you about your likes and dislikes of studying psychology at uOttawa! Don’t be afraid to reach out to us at anytime at or over Facebook. If you would prefer to chat in person, Julia has office hours Wednesdays from 2:30-4pm and Thursdays from 1-2:30pm so swing by FSS 2050 and say hello. We can’t wait to meet you!

Updates from Council

December 2018

Exciting changes: The course PSY 4327 Sleep and Dreams has now been changed into a laboratory course.  This means the course now includes a lab component such as a sleep lab experiment or dream analysis lab.  This will be an awesome opportunity to get some experience doing research!
The number of required credits has also dropped from 81 to 54, so third year students can sign up for it as well.  Keep these exciting changes in mind when you’re selecting courses for next year.

January 2019

Professors now have the option to supervise 5 thesis students.

Pilot for Stats and Snacks was a huge success and demonstrated a lot of demand for extra help in both French and English Stats 1 & Stats 2 courses. The students insisted on more standardized stats courses in both French and English, as well as between classes in the same language. 2 possible solutions were brought up:

  • Holding a meeting with all the stats professors to discuss how and what is taught in the classes

  • Changing the syllabus to have more structured and exact topics on what will be taught.