Student Organizations

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UCF Psychological Society 

The Psychological Society is a student organization offered at the main campus as well as Regional campuses.  And is for students interested in getting involved with Psychology.  Link with faculty, staff, and professionals in the field, learn about volunteer and research opportunities, and provide students with information about Psychology.  Drop off your application in PSY 323 during their posted office hours. 

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Psi Chi International Honor Society

  As a Psychology major or minor, you can join Psi Chi honor society if you meet their yearly GPA cutoff. This society recognizes scholastic excellence and contributions to the field of Psychology by undergraduate students. Getting involved with Psi Chi at UCF opens a wealth of information and support from the National Psi Chi office: www.psichi.org Drop off application in PSY 323 during their posted office hours.

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The Multicultural Psychological Student Association (MPSA)

  The goal of this organization is to embrace diversity in psychology. They host annual conferences and help with getting involved with psychology in the UCF and Orlando community.

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Western Region Psychology Club 

The mission of the Western Region Psychology Club is to enhance teamwork among students, to establish relationships with peers and faculty, to encourage community engagement, and to aid members in professional and academic advancement in all fields of psychology. The club meets monthly at the South Lake and Ocala regional campuses.

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American Psychological Association- Student Affiliate 

You can become an APA Student Affiliate as a Psychology undergraduate student,  by doing this you will have access to subscriptions, learn about internships and career resources, possible scholarships, and more. To find out how to become an APA Student Affiliate go to:

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Active Minds 

Though not a psychology organization, this is a club you can be a part of to help spread the importance of Mental Health on the college campus. Through campus-wide events and national programs, Active Minds aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues on campuses throughout North America.