Student Opportunities

There are plenty of opportunites for CogSci students to get involved in the community! 

Students can do research in campus labs for academic credit (COGS 99s/199s) or become Instructional Assistants (IAs) in COGS classes to practice leadership skills and become more familiar with the material. These are great ways to work with CogSci faculty members who can provide guidance or mentorship.

To build up portflio and networking experience, you can join a CogSci student organization and work with your peers outside of the classroom.

If you are looking for work or an internship on or off campus, you might find something on our Jobs & Internship page

Would you like to study abroad? The Study Abroad office has plenty of resources to help you choose a program and plan your trip.

Undergraduate Advising

Walk-in Advising: 
8 - 12 p.m. & 1 - 3 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Cognitive Science Building
First Floor, CSB 139 & 140

Virtual Advising: (current students)