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Washington State University
College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology

Undergraduate Mentoring Program

The undergraduate mentoring program pairs outstanding upperclassman in the department with students who have fewer than 60 credits and are intending on majoring in psychology. Mentors are also available for other students within the department through office hours, held weekly in Johnson Tower 224. The mentors are knowledgeable about departmental opportunities, navigating the university, study skills, and general tips for being successful students. In addition to meeting with students in small groups and through office hours, as a group they put on presentations about topics relevant to anyone interested in Psychology or getting involved at the university! If you have any questions about the program, please contact Dr. Blythe Duell (


Complete Tutoring List

Psych 105: Andee & Brianna
Psych 210: Brianna
Psych 311: Andee & Caroline
Psych 312: Andree & Brianna
Psych 321: Andee
Psych 324: Caroline
Psych 333: Brianna
Psych 350: Caroline

Peer Mentors Office Hours and Zoom links:

Brianna Cabral
W 3-4 & Th 10-12

Andee Lane
T 12:10-1:20 & F 10:10-12

Caroline Schutz
Monday & Wednesday 1-2:30PM


Office Hours




Brianna Cabral
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers
Graduation: May 2022 (senior)
Hometown: Brentwood, California
Intended career: Forensic Psychologist
Extracurriculars: McNair Scholars Program, Employee at Holland/Terrell Library, Psi Chi member, Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, Coder in Complex Social Interactions Lab
Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Thompson Flats
Advice for students: Do not be afraid to ask for help, so many students struggle because they are intimidated by their professors. Professors love to help students and will always be there to answer your questions.


Andee Lane
Pronouns: She/Her
Graduation: 2024
Hometown: Nine Mile Falls, WA
Intended career: School Counselor
Extracurriculars: Tri Delta, AKPsi
Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Starbucks in the Spark
Advice for students: Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask questions. There are so many people here willing to help you.


Caroline Schutz
Pronouns: she/her
Graduation: 2024
Hometown: Bend, Oregon
Intended career: Industrial Organizational Psychologist
Extracurriculars: Honors College Student, Intramural soccer, Community service chair for KKG chapter at WSU, journaling, running and exercise
Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Thompson Flats
Advice for students: Don’t feel like you need to please everyone! You come first. Try new things and go on lots of walks around Pullman- it always makes for a better day