About Psychology Club
What is Psychology Club?
Psychology Club is a campus organization for anyone interested in psychology—regardless of major. Because there are no GPA requirements or psychology course requirements it is a good organization for students who have not yet met the requirements for Psi Chi but still wish to be involved in a club that is dedicated to advancing scholarship, leadership, and the science of psychology.
How can I get involved?
To become a member of Psychology Club you must fill out an application and pay a $10 membership fee—that’s it!
What does being a member mean?
Once a member of Psychology Club you are encouraged to attend all our meetings and participate in Psychology Club events. These could be fundraising events, community service events, or academic events.
Are there any benefits of joining Psychology Club?
Of course! Joining a campus organization can be a great way to become involved in the campus community. It’s a great way to meet new people with similar interests and a great way to get to know professors. Joining Psychology Club would give you opportunities to learn more about psychology outside of the classroom. There are also leadership opportunities and, of course, Psychology Club is a great extracurricular activity to list on a resume.