At SFA, we know that attending classes is only part of the college experience – that’s why you’ll find more than 200 student clubs where you can have fun, participate in volunteer work and community service projects and meet other Lumberjacks who share your interests.
For more information about psychology clubs and organizations, you can contact your faculty advisor to find the best fit for your interests.
Members of SFA’s Psychology Club participate in a variety of activities throughout the year. They host interest meetings on various topics, including how to gain admission to graduate school; they volunteer at Rusk State Hospital and donate their time to worthy causes in Nacogdoches, like the Boys and Girls Club and Habitat for Humanity. They also sponsor social activities and fundraisers, such as T-shirt sales and bake sales.
Not a psychology major? No worries. The Psychology Club is open to all students, regardless of their major. To learn more or to pick up a membership form, drop by the Psychology Club bulletin board, which is located on the second floor of the McKibben Education Building.
SFA is home to a very active chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society for psychology. Members participate in research projects, attend conferences, organize guest lectures and participate in a variety of school events and fundraisers. Members also are eligible for unique scholarship opportunities.