Maria Regalado

Maria Regalado teaches PSYC 300, General Principles of Psychology and PSYC 320, Social Psychology courses at Sacramento City College in both the online and face-to-face modalities. Students can contact Dr. Regalado regarding the mandatory orientation for Online PSYC 300 or Online PSYC 320 or other information regarding Online or face-to-face PSYC 300 or PSYC 320 by phone, email, or during office hours.

To Contact


Fall 2017 Online PSYC 300 and Online PSYC 320 Orientations

I will be sending out information regarding the orientation and the course in early August. Please make sure your email account at Sacramento City College is active so that you can receive my emails.

Enrolled and waitlisted students must complete the online orientation in Canvas as soon as the course begins on August 19th. Students who are on the waitlist will need to contact me by email, RegalaM@scc.losrios.edu on August 19th, letting me know you are still interested in registering for the course. I will then send you a permission number in order for you to enroll in the course as soon as possible and complete the online orientation in Canvas. The course website will become available in Canvas by August 19th.

The first assignment you must complete in order to remain enrolled in the course is the mandatory online orientation. Once the Canvas course website opens on August 19th, everything you will need to complete the required orientation successfully can be accessed from the course website in Canvas. This includes the course syllabus and access to the Quizzes area in Canvas where you will complete the required Orientation Quiz once you have read and understand the course syllabus. Completion of the Orientation Quiz with a score of 100% is necessary in order to remain enrolled in the course. You will not be able to continue in the course if you have not completed the Orientation Quiz with a score of 100% by August 27th.

Please let me know if you have any questions. I’m looking forward to interacting with you as we proceed on our journey to seek more understanding about human behaviors and mental processes and as we apply this understanding within the context of life experiences.

Best wishes for a successful beginning,

Dr. Regalado