You're seeing this message because you're using an older version of Internet Explorer that is unsupported on our website. Please use these links to upgrade to a modern web browser that fully supports our website and protects your computer from security risks.
The Psychology Club is a student organization that allows Psychology majors, or those interested in Psychology, to participate in a number of activities.
The officers of the club are students who are elected for one year terms. Members of the club can participate in activities designed to enhance their educational goals. For example, we sponsor presentations by guest speakers on a variety of psychologically related topics. We also have workshops on resume writing and applying to graduate schools. Perhaps the best incentive to join Psych Club is for the opportunity to travel to and attend the Eastern Psychological Association Conference each year.
The club also gives students an opportunity to participate in a variety of service and social activities each year. These activities include fund-raising activities such as bake-sales or raffle-ticket sales, community service projects, and psychology club socials. Each semester we have a pizza party or potluck dinner and participate in social activities such as movie nights.
Psych Club typically meets every other week throughout the academic year. Check our bulletin board to see when and where the club will meet, and also for a schedule of upcoming meetings.