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Why Join Psychology Club

The purpose of the Psychology Club is to help students understand the field of Psychology. It is designed to help Psychology majors, and anyone else interested, to learn more about the field and prepare them for classes, tests, and GRE's.

 

Additional information and assistance to become a part of the Graduate Program is also offered. In addition, this club's purpose is to have fun and meet new people. One of the goals of this club is to make new friends that have similar interests as you, along with similar majors.

How To Join Psychology Club

 The Psychology club is a very active student run club. Students interested in pursuing contact with the diverse field of psychology outside of the classroom are invited to join.

The Psychology Club meets on the first Tuesday of the month (during Fall and Spring terms) in room 147 at the East Campus Graduate School.

The Psychology Club sponsors a wide range of activities including:

-social gatherings
        -field trips
        -panel discussions
        -presentations on career goals
        -graduate school information
        -films
        -charitable activities

Meetings are open to all students.

For more information, or to join, contact: Dr. Jacqueline Massa jmassa@kean.edu 908-737-5892 East Campus 226-F