Psychology Club

The Psych Club is a student-led organization with a mission of bringing together students who have an interest in psychology.  Meetings feature guest speakers and presentations that educate club members on current issues in psychology, provide insights regarding future careers in psychology, and assist students with making decisions concerning topics such as graduate school and careers in psychology.

Meetings are typically held every other week (Thursday's during convo hour) and lunch is provided.  EVERY PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR IS WELCOME! 

Club Requirements:

  • Attend at least five of the seven possible meetings each semester
  • Pay $5 Psyc Club dues to the Psych Club Treasurer at the beginning of each semester
  • Complete at least 1.5 hours of community service 
    Please email                          with service hours, and include the following:  
                    - Name of Event                
                    - Description of the event/what you did
                    - Event date(s)
                    - Event Location
                    - Number of hours
                    - Event Coordinator                 

2016-2017 Psych Club Officers:

President:  Brienna Wyatt
Secretary:  Emily Gerkin
E-Board:  Megan Schouweiler, Shonni Krengel & Taylor Stover

Spring 2017 Meetings & Events:               

Thursday, February 23rd:

Tashina Martinson, Admissions and Recruitment Specialist, and Dr. Michael Tkach, Assistant Professor, from the Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies will be joining us to discuss their graduate school’s academic opportunities, admissions process, career outlook information, and Minnesota counselor license eligibility information to help connect students to graduate school opportunities in addiction and mental health counseling.   

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a world renowned non-profit organization and leader in addiction and mental health treatment and recovery services with locations across the U.S. and five locations in Minnesota: Center City, Chaska, Plymouth, Maple Grove, and St. Paul. The graduate school is located at the Center City location (50 miles north of the Twin Cities) and educates future leaders in addiction and mental health counseling to improve treatment and recovery from alcohol and drug dependence.

The meeting will be on Thursday, February 23 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in JRCLL 62, and as always lunch will be provided! If you would like to reach out to Hazelden Betty Ford, Tashina kindly provided her contact information which can be found at the end of the email. We look forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Allison Jessee
Psychology Department