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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Science
July 23, 2016
 
 
Canadian Excellence
 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration started on Monday, July 4.  Please check LORIS at the beginning of June to see what your Registration status is before you go into Register

Our courses open up to non-psych majors on Monday, July 25thPlease register for your psych courses by then as you might not get into the psych classes that you need/want if you register after July 24th.  

As of September 2016, UU150 is a prerequisite for courses with a Community Service Learning (CSL) component for Year 1 students, but returning students do not need the UU150 prerequisite.  If you are going to take one of the CSL courses (PS275, PS276, PS282, PS283, PS377, PS379, PS383), please contact Kim Susanna ksusanna@wlu.ca or psychadvising@wlu.ca before registration starts to give you an override (if you don’t have UU150) to get into the course.  Please indicate the term, course number, section, and CRN of each requested CSL course, and put “CSL Course Override Request” in the subject line.


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Dr. Geoff Nelson, Psychology Department Dr. Geoffrey Nelson is Professor of Psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. He has served as Senior Editor of the Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health and Chair of the Community Psychology Section of the Canadian Psychological Association. Dr. Nelson was the recipient in 1999 of the Harry MacNeill award for innovation in community mental health from the American Psychological Foundation. Dr. Nelson was named the University Research Professor for 2004-2005.

Dr. Geoff Nelson
Psychology Department