Survey for Intergroup Communication
The success of this course depends on the diversity of its students. Please share some of your demographic information with us so we can get a sense of who is in the course. After completing this survey you do not need to reach out any further;
NOTE: Completion does not guarantee your spot in the class. Permission codes will be distributed to selected students by December 16, 2019. Receiving a code does NOT guarantee entry into PSYCH 103. Class on the first day is mandatory. If you are enrolled and miss the first day of class, your seat will be forfeited. Similarly, if you are waitlisted, you may have the opportunity to gain entry into PSYCH 103 if you attend the first day of class.
Please do not contact Hazel Markus or Dereca Blackmon for questions about enrollment. Any enrollment inquiries should be directed to Head TA Eli Neal (
) after December 16th.
Thank you for your interest in PSYCH 103 and we hope to see you in class!
What is your name? (as it appears in the Stanford directory)
What is your student ID number?
What is your class year?
What is your Major?
Have you taken Psych 103F (facilitation training) in a previous quarter?
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